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2005 top 10:

2005 top 10:


The Commitment Should Dan Savage and his partner marry? What will their son think? In hilarious first-person, Savage took on the far right to answer those questions.

Little Chapel on the River Lesbian columnist and New Yorker Gwendolyn Bounds falls under the spell of a tiny upstate town and of the tavern that formed its social hub.

Breakfast With Tiffany Edwin John Wintle, a 40-year-old gay man, adjusts to life with his teen niece in this memoir. The disorientation of parenthood, condensed.

The Man Who Invented Rock Hudson Robert Hofler's thorough, gossipy biography of superagent Henry Willson empties Hollywood closets as never before.

On the Ice Lesbian adventurer Gretchen Legler heads to Antarctica to nurse a broken heart. Guess where she finds her soul mate! Truly romantic and lyrically written.

Freedom in This Village Gay African-American writers illuminate their lives. Edited by superstar E. Lynn Harris, who's determined to do good things with his success.

My One-Night Stand With Cancer Young lesbian playwright Tania Katan's hugely readable, fiercely funny--sexy, even--memoir of her bouts with breast cancer.

The Intimate World of Abraham Lincoln The late C.A. Tripp's controversial, well-researched tome convincingly argues that Abe preferred the company of men.

When I Knew Who says coffee-table books can't be savvy and political as well as fun? Robert Trachtenberg's collection of 80-plus queer friends' childhood moments has it all.

The Rivals Newsday columnist Johnette Howard's page-turning tale of how Martina Navratilova and Chris Evert lifted one another to tennis immortality.

In a category all its own

And Tango Makes Three Should be required reading after family trips to March of the Penguins: a kids' picture book about two penguin dads and their little one.

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