What others are saying about Gay and Healthy in a Sick Society

The newest book by Dr. Minor

A 2004 Independent Publisher Book Award Finalist

One of the "Best Gay Books of 2003" by Jesse Monteagudo, "The Book Nook"

Named "Book of the Week" by www.Mensfuff.org for January 5-11, 2004

"Our favorite book about the importance of how we, as GLBT persons, choose to see ourselves....This book examines relationships and core issues.....This book will inspire and awaken you in new ways!"
— Dotti Berry, Gay Into Straight America

"Robert Minor's gift for clarity turns this amazing new book into the most compelling and consequential reading experience conceivable. I cheered his illuminating viewpoints from cover to cover. As a stellar contribution to current dialogues, Gay and Healthy in a Sick Society will remain unsurpassed for many years to come.
 — Jack Nichols, author of The Gay Agenda: Talking Back to the Fundamentalists, and past editor of GayToday.com

"Dr. Minor demonstrates that a sex-positive and gay-positive perspective on life naturally results in socially and ethically desirable attitudes and behaviors. In transcending polarized gender roles and gender expectations, gay people represent a beacon to a society hopelessly drowning in negative anti-sexual and life-denying attitudes. Minor holds up that light for all to see. Readable, entertaining and unfailingly sensible, his analyses of modern life, especially modern gay life, from GayToday and Liberty Press deserve this second incarnation in Gay and Healthy in a Sick Society."
Toby Johnson, author of GAY PERSPECTIVE: Things Our Homosexuality Tells Us about the Nature of God and the Universe and GAY SPIRITUALITY: The Role of Gay Identity in the Transformation of Human Consciousness, and founding editor of White Crane Journal

"This is a drop dead gorgeous book. Its penetrating insights and powerful relevancy carry a knock out punch to all foes of diversity. An inspiring challenge for clear thinking people of every sexual orientation."
— Rev. Paul Smith, author of Is It Okay to Call God Mother? Considering the Feminine Face of God.