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Anthony Randall Unfolds His Life Story in Finding His True Self and Acceptance

California, USA – WEBWIRE

“My Life As A Black Gay Man” is a truthful recount of an author with all his struggles with acceptance and deep desire wanting to be in love couples with seeking a group of people who he can be himself with and grow. Acceptance with respect for both similarities and differences in others will open doors to many opportunities.

The author outset his story by recounting in early years when he knows already at age of eight that something is very different in him. He also narrated his family story- the struggles and perseverance of his mother while witnessing the act of his abusive father. “The life of an openly gay man is a challenge that no one should have to do alone. Randall hopes that his story will help others who have struggled with acceptance and hopefully finding their true selves.”

In this generation, people are now starting to open their minds and embrace the idea of acceptance for the world is diverse. “Diversity” is defined as a range of many people or things that are very different from each other. Diversity is not something to be afraid of. It should be something that we celebrate and promote. It can help people come out of their own ‘bubble’ and teach them something new about the world we live in. Inclusion is about moving beyond simple tolerance of the things that make us different and embracing and celebrating the eye-opening ideas that diversity can bring to a whole host of settings whether in our family, workplace, or community.

This story was shared in bringing hope that somehow, will help someone else. This is definitely a must-read.

Book copies are available at and other online book retailers.

My Life As A Black Gay Man
Written by: Anthony Randall
Published by: Bookbaby
Published date: December 22, 2022
Kindle Price: $8.99

About the Author

Emmy Award winning actor Leslie Jordan writes: Anthony Randall is the author of ‘My Life As A Black Gay Man.’ When reading Anthony’s book, I am reminded of the resiliency of the human spirit. Having also grown up gay in the same era, and survived many of the same trials and tribulations, it was like revisiting my past. And the past of most gay men our age. The difference, however, was I did get support from members of my immediate family. It seemed to me that Anthony was adrift with NO ONE to turn to or shield him from the storms of a gay adolescent under siege. But like myself, much of the homo phobia he encountered was from within. Internal homophobia is a bitch. To lay night after night staring at the ceiling awash in the shame of it all is a test that no child of God should have to endure and self-hate attached to Anthony’s story. May we all read of Anthony’s trip to self-love and redemption, may we all learn the lessons needed so our next generation may be free of the shame and self-hate attached to Anthony’s story. May we all shine as Anthony has learned to do.”

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