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LOVE ME AS I AM: Gay men reflect on their lives, with Ade Adeniji, Darren Brady & Francois Lubbe Back to Events »

Tuesday 23rd October 2012 6:30pm - 7:30pm 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event, Free Event

After Stonewall and the removal of Section 28, has coming of age really got easier for gay teenagers? Foyles hosts the launch of an anthology, Love Me as I Am, by Ade Adeniji & Darren Brady (founders of The Quest for Gay Men) and Francois Lubbe. Their collection brings together a variety of reflections by gay men on the adolescent experiences that shaped their lives. Join us for readings by contributors, a discussion on the anthology's context and a chance to put forward your own questions and contributions.

 

Venue: the Gallery at Foyles, Third Floor, 113 - 119 Charing Road, London WC2H 0EB
Tickets: Free, but need to be reserved by adding the required number to the basket below or by emailing events@foyles.co.uk. No physical tickets will be issued: the order confirmation you will receive after adding ticket/s to your basket is your proof of reservation.

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