BY Advocate.com Editors
September 20 2011 5:00 AM ET
Conversations and Cosmopolitans
In one of those happy-ending coming out stories you wish
would happen to you but in reality you only ever read about, Conversations
and Cosmopolitans: Awkward Moments, Mixed Drinks and How A Mother and Son
Finally Shared Who They Really Are by
Robert Rave and Jane Rave (St. Martin’s Press, $14.99) tells the story of a gay
novelist’s unique, seemingly-nothing-is-off-limits relationship with his
mother. From Robert’s manscaping adventures to Jane’s experiences as a
small-town pregnant teenager, Conversations tells the funny, heartfelt inside story of a relationship that became stronger after a gay son and his mother let down their guards and opened up to each other. — Winston
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