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A NOT TOO GAY LIFE

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by J. N. Pratley

Introverted Zeke, a budding biophysicist, and extroverted Marion, an aspiring humanistic psychologist, find the differences in their temperaments provocative and enticing, and the two are immediately attracted to each other. They are soon inseparable, and after graduation they both accept academic jobs in California. The counterculture and sexual freedom of 1960s California provide the perfect environment for Zeke and Marion, and they flourish both in their professions and in their relationship. But when Zeke feels their lifestyle has become too extreme, Marion and Zeke begin to argue, and a sharp division between their respective philosophies drives them into the arms of other lovers.  

202 pages, paperback

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Author J. N. Pratley
Publishers CreateSpace
Year of Publication 2017

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A NOT TOO GAY LIFE
J. N. Pratley

Introverted Zeke, a budding biophysicist, and extroverted Marion, an aspiring humanistic psychologist, find the differences in their temperaments provocative and enticing, and the two are immediately attracted to each other. They are soon inseparable, and after graduation they both accept academic jobs in California. The counterculture and sexual freedom of 1960s California provide the perfect environment for Zeke and Marion, and they flourish both in their professions and in their relationship. But when Zeke feels their lifestyle has become too extreme, Marion and Zeke begin to argue, and a sharp division between their respective philosophies drives them into the arms of other lovers.  

202 pages, paperback

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A NOT TOO GAY LIFE

A NOT TOO GAY LIFE

by J. N. Pratley

Introverted Zeke, a budding biophysicist, and extroverted Marion, an aspiring humanistic psychologist, find the differences in their temperaments provocative and enticing, and the two are immediately attracted to each other. They are soon inseparable, and after graduation they both accept academic jobs in California. The counterculture and sexual freedom of 1960s California provide the perfect environment for Zeke and Marion, and they flourish both in their professions and in their relationship. But when Zeke feels their lifestyle has become too extreme, Marion and Zeke begin to argue, and a sharp division between their respective philosophies drives them into the arms of other lovers.  

202 pages, paperback