Good as you: from prejudice to pride, a gay British history
London Ebury Press, 2017.
'Good As You' is the 30 year history of British gay culture - from the identification of the HIV virus in 1984, through Manchester's self-selection as Britain's gay capital, to Eastenders' Colin and Barry's first primetime televised gay kiss and the real-time romance of Elton John and David Furnish's eventual marriage. Including candid interviews from major protagonists such as Kylie, Russell T. Davies and Holly Johnson, as well as the relative unknowns crucial to the gay community, Flynn charts the fight for equality both front of stage and in the wings.
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