white, edmund


white, edmund

American writer of novels, short fiction, and nonfiction whose critically acclaimed work focuses on male homosexual society in America. His studies of evolving attitudes toward homosexuality and of the impact of AIDS on homosexual communities in the United States are significant contributions to contemporary sociological and social history.

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