"Real Life is a wonderful read. It teaches us a lot about who we are and how we are all different. A very clear story line with fascinating characters. It certainly made me appreciate what I have in this REAL LIFE of mine."
A clinical psychologist, writer and gay activist reflects on what it means to be gay today through moving stories of friends and patients in the aftermath of the AIDS epidemic and shifting social values.
In 1983 New York, Michael tries to forget about his father's anger, the pressure of school, and the threat of AIDS by escaping to The Echo, where he dances with abandon and attracts the interest of another boy.