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Books, Videos & DVDs


Are You Guys Brothers? Book Cover

Are You Guys Brothers?, a question asked of male couples throughout the world, is a very personal and candid look at the topic through the lens of an immensely happy and successful 32-year relationship. This book is funny, deeply moving, and highly instructive, of particular interest to gay men and women who seek guidance in building and maintaining their relationships, and to heterosexual men and women worldwide who want to better understand not only gay people but also how to get past the roadblocks to intimacy in their own relationships.

"No one has done a better job of chronicling what it is like to be gay in America."

– U.S. Representative Barney Frank

Image of the cover of Gay Issues in the WorkplaceGAY ISSUES IN THE WORKPLACE (1993)
Gay Issues in the Workplace is the perfect book to give to a heterosexual colleague or manager at work. It is popularly used as a text for corporate diversity workshops and was distributed to members of Congress by the Human Rights Campaign.

"Clear, well-organized and straightforward, McNaught's book is an excellent resource. This is a book for gays to read and share with their colleagues and, when possible, their employers...a significant index of how lesbians and gay men are transforming society by being out in the workplace."

– Genre

Image of the cover of Now That I'm Out, What Do I Do?NOW THAT I'M OUT, WHAT DO I DO? Thoughts on Living Deliberately (1997)
Now That I'm Out, What Do I Do? intimately explores the personal challenges and rewards of integrating a gay identity into all aspects of a person's life. Like On Being Gay, it has generated letters of appreciation from all over the world.

"Getting there may be half the battle, but until now no one had really addressed what we should do once we've arrived. McNaught, one of our most prominent sexuality educators, comes to our rescue with a practical primer that's both informative and fun to read."

– The Advocate

Image of the cover of On Being Gay - Thoughts On Family, Faith, And LoveON BEING GAY Thoughts On Family, Faith, And Love (1986, 1994)
People who are coming out, and those who love them, have consistently found On Being Gay to be a comforting and encouraging resource. It's now considered a classic and is used as a text in a variety of college courses.

"On Being Gay fills an obvious need. It deserves to be read—and put into practice—by all men and women still struggling against homosexuality in themselves, their families, their friends or the same sex couple they avoid on a daily basis."

– Philadelphia Inquirer

Sex Camp Book CoverSEX CAMP
A lighthearted fictional story based on the very real Annual Workshop on Sexuality, the nationally-renowned training that has been held for nearly thirty years at an Episcopal Church-owned retreat facility in upstate New York. To learn more about the book, please click on the book cover image.

"In his book 'SEX CAMP,' Brian McNaught ventures into places where most people fear to tread. His searing honesty combines with an overt ability to pose issues about human sexuality that desperately need to be faced, lest we continue to violate those who do not fit our security boxes. I commend his work but only to those among us who are courageous and radically open."

– Bishop John Shelby Spong

Videos & DVDs

Cover of Anyone can be an Ally

Brian introduces a new video explaining what to say, and how to create a respectful workplace that is inclusive of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender co-workers.
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Image of the cover of Gay Issues in the Workplace (designed for presentation)GAY ISSUES IN THE WORKPLACE (designed for presentation) 25 min. (1993) $195
"Nice job! ... an excellent introduction ... for non-gay managers and an important aid for gay workers to show the larger issues to their employers."

– Art Bain, editor and publisher, The Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Corporate Newsletter

Image of the cover of Gay/Straight:Can We Talk?GAY/STRAIGHT: CAN WE TALK? Building Bridges of Understanding 58 min. (1997) $24.95
"McNaught asserts, 'The issue of homosexuality is a very difficult one for many people. Turn on a talk show or read a letter to the editor and it's easy to understand that many people are wrestling with this. Yet, I believe, with honesty, patience and love that people with seemingly impossible differences can build bridges of mutual respect and admiration'."

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Image of the cover of Growing Up Gay and LesbianGROWING UP GAY AND LESBIAN 57 min. (1993) $24.95
"In a national debate often marked by hyperbole and hostility from both sides, McNaught brings compassion, tranquility, and a genuine willingness to work with people to the discussion ... An outstanding presentation."

– Video Librarian

Image of the cover of Homophobia in the WorkplaceHOMOPHOBIA IN THE WORKPLACE 58 min. (1993) $24.95
"You can personally believe what you want about the moral aspects of homosexuality and still be an ally in the fight against discrimination ... Brian McNaught points out in this outstanding seminar modeled on his award-winning presentation to audiences in corporate America."

– Video Librarian

Image of the cover of On Being Gay - A Conversation with Brian McNaughtON BEING GAY A Conversation with Brian McNaught 70 min. (1986, 1994) $24.95
"Highly recommended for ... heterosexual audiences, ... religious groups and young people struggling with the issues of sexual orientation."

– SIECUS Report

Image of the cover of Understanding and Managing Gay and Transgender Issues in the WorkplaceUNDERSTANDING AND MANAGING GAY AND TRANSGENDER ISSUES IN THE WORKPLACE Part One (36 min.):$495 / Complete 4 Part Set (145 min.):$895
This extraordinarily engaging and powerful presentation seeks to build bridges of understanding on gay and transgender issues in the workplace, and to make allies of all employees in the company's goal of empowering a diverse workforce. It captures renowned presenter Brian McNaught at his very best with an audience of corporate employees who enthusiastically respond to him and the pertinent information and personal perspective he offers.