Jocks: true stories of America's gay male athletes

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Alyson Books, 1998 - Social Science - 236 pages
Find out what happens when the final closet door--that of men in sports--finally swings open. Is there life for gay athletes after coming out to their teammates? Journalist Dan Woog, himself an openly gay soccer coach, interviewed dozens of gay jocks and offers over 25 inspiring stories of men who are truly today's champions.

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User Review  - ChrisWeir - LibraryThing

Stories of gay athletes. Amazing reading this now and how things have changed since the time this was published in 1997. Stories of athletes and coaches and how they have/are dealing with being gay at the time of writing. Read full review

Jocks: True Stories of America's Gay Male Athletes

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Over two dozen personal profiles of high school and college coaches and athletes succinctly and sensitively dispute the contention that "gay jock" is an oxymoron. (LJ 2/1/98) Read full review

Contents

The Tennis Player
15
The Hockey Referee
35
The Wrestlers 5 2
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