Best Book Publishers UK | Austin Macauley Publishers

By: Maxwell Hayden

An Ordinary Child

Pages: 186 Ratings:
Book Format: Choose an option

*Available directly from our distributors, click the Available On tab below

Born in 1966, before it was legal to be gay in the United Kingdom. This is the personal and sometimes graphic account of a boy’s journey of sexual enlightenment through five decades. Told in short accounts the reader gets an insight into the life of a gay man. Discovering a crazy gay life only to face prejudice with the discovery of HIV in the 1980s. His travels take him through personal relationships and employment disputes. The historic changing attitudes and lowering of the age of consent in the 1990s. The introduction of civil partnership in the 2000s and eventually gay marriage in the 2010s. If the control of a relationship lies with whoever cares least, we will all go to hell!

Maxwell was an artistic child. His mother and grandfather were both artists. He first worked in the property industry and then moved into interior and fashion design. Later, life took him into property development and garden design. After more relationships than Elizabeth Taylor, but without getting to keep the jewels, he now spends a major part of his life travelling, all in the appropriate style!

Customer Reviews
0 reviews
0 reviews
Write a Review
Your post will be reviewed and published soon. Multiple reviews on one book from the same IP address will be deleted.

We use cookies on this site to enhance your user experience and for marketing purposes.
By clicking any link on this page you are giving your consent for us to set cookies