Two Boys Kissing Characters

David Levithan
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Cooper

Cooper is a closeted 17-year-old gay youth. Cooper knows he is gay, but hides it from his family and everyone at school. Secretly, he explores gay sex dating sites and gay social media where he talks to strangers. Because of the cover, Cooper feels lost and alone. When his parents discover he is gay, Cooper’s father throws Cooper into a wall, compelling Cooper to flee the house. Cooper goes into a downward spiral, hooking up with a random adult male from the internet, feeling he will never find a place to fit in, and ultimately seeking to commit suicide. He is saved by a number of passers-by, including a policeman who tells Cooper it is his lucky day even if Cooper doesn’t realize it yet.

Chorus

The chorus serves as narrators for the novel. The chorus consists of an unknown number of unidentified gay men who...

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