By Craig Seymour
All i'll naked is the tale of a mild-mannered graduate scholar who “took the line much less clothed,” a choice that may switch his lifestyles without end. within the Nineteen Nineties, while Washington, D.C.’s homosexual membership scene used to be notoriously no-holds-barred, Craig Seymour launched into his amazing trip, the entire whereas attempting to continue his newfound vocation a mystery from his mom and dad and continue a dating together with his boyfriend, Seth. alongside the way in which he met a few unforgettable characters: the fifty-year-old divorced guy who’s passionate about a twenty-one-year-old dancer; the distinguished drag diva who hailed from a small city in rural Virginia; and the numerous immediately men who have been “gay for pay.” Seymour provides readers either the highs (money, adoration, camaraderie) and the lows (an ill-fated test at prostitution, a humiliating porn audition). finally coming fresh approximately his mystery identification, Seymour breaks via taboos and makes his approach from booty-baring stripper to Ph.D.-bearing educational, taking a detour into big name journalism and memorably crossing paths with Janet Jackson, Mariah Carey, and Mary J. Blige alongside the best way. Hilarious, insightful, and touching, All i may naked proves that typically the “wrong choice” can result in the proper place.
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All I Could Bare: : My Life in the Strip Clubs of Gay Washington, D.C. by Craig Seymour