1. How does Paul Monette feel about growing up gay?
(a) That it is as adventurous as the westerns of the 1950s shows.
(b) That it is as normal as any other American boy.
(c) That he has no milestones or story.
(d) It is rich with gossip and drama.
2. How old is Monette as he writes his autobiography "Becoming a Man: Half a Life Story?"
3. What modern health issue does this book say is more prevalent amongst gay men than straight men?
4. Who does Monette compare gays' plight to?
(a) African slaves.
(b) The Irish.
(c) Jews from WWII.
5. What word choice is Monette aware of but feels the need to use?
(c) "Us" and "them."
6. In order to forgive, Monette must learn to do what first?
(a) Accept his sexuality.
(b) Not forget.
7. What stops when Monette finally comes out of the closet?
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