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I loved the '90's miniseries "Tales of the City" with Laura Linney and Olympia Dukakis. In Logical Family Maupin not only chronicles his life but also the time where there was a pivotal transition in the awareness and acceptance/non-acceptance of sexual identity. He was actively involved at a time where AIDS was epidemic, Rock Hudson's sexuality was questionable, Harvey Milk was murdered, and Anita Bryant was on her anti-gay crusade. The book was easy to read as Maupin paralleled his upbringing and life to the greater events and commentary of a homophobic time.

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