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Mama's boy: a memoir

Mama's boy: a memoir

Black, Dustin Lance, author

Raised in a military, Mormon household outside San Antonio, Texas, Dustin Lance Black always found inspiration in his plucky, determined mother. Having contracted polio as a small girl, she endured leg braces and iron lungs, and was repeatedly told that she could never have children or live a normal life. Defying expectations, she raised Black and his two brothers, built a career, escaped two abusive husbands, and eventually moved the family to a new life in Northern California. While Black struggled to come to terms with his sexuality - something antithetical to his mother's religious views - she remained his source of strength and his guiding light. Later, she would stand by his side when he helped bring the historic gay marriage case to the U.S. Supreme Court

Hardback, Book. English.
Published London: John Murray, 2019
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Statement of responsibility: Dustin Lance Black
ISBN: 1473665442, 9781473665446
Physical Description: 406 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 23 cm
Subject: Gay/Lesbian Interest.; Gay men United States Biography.; Screenwriters United States Biography.; Biography.; Political activists United States Biography.; Black, Dustin Lance.