Join us for the second GAPIMNY book club meeting with a discussion of Quentin Lee’s Dress Like a Boy.
Book Description: It’s Edward Ng’s last year at Berkeley. Amidst campus protests, warehouse raves, and grad school applications, Edward is torn between sticking out in a non-monogamous relationship with his flaky bisexual lover and consummating his unfinished affair with his closeted younger cousin.
Sexy, funny and honest, DRESS LIKE A BOY is an idiosyncratic epic of sexual experimentation and intellectual coming of age that foretells the imminent vision of a generation that has come of age in the early 90s when feminism, gay politics and multiculturalism intersected, when the personal became political.
Location The LGBT Center
208 W 13th St, Room 203
RSVP to [email protected] by Friday, October 19, midnight.