ARE YOU GUYS BROTHERS?
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
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
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
ON 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