A Rhythm...

"A rhythm that only queers can hear"

This is my first attempt at writing. It is a story about Clarence, a black southern boy, who fights for his identity. It sounds autobiographical and many of the things that Clarence experiences in the book, I have also experienced as a gay person. But the book is not totally autobiographical. I am not Clarence, but I have a great sympathy for Clarence, who is a courageous person. Clarence does not allow intolerance to dishearten him. He does not surrender his principles or accept intolerance. Clarence is a fighter and we follow him in his development as a worthy human being in a world of brutal people. The book was first self published by Trafford under the title "Yearning to Touch the Sky". It will be in the near future published by Kindle under the title "A Rhythm That Only Queers Can Hear." Given the heated debate about gay marriages in the West and the assertion in Africa that homosexuality is not indigenous to African people, this story would be enlightening for many people in America, Europe and Africa, who are intolerant or make stupid comments about gays without any historical, antropological or scientific knowledge supporting their claims, but ignorant ideals based upon their religious feelings.