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I was having a conversation with a man I like and we were talking about genres and the types of authors he likes. He likes drama books and when I named 3 authors he said that E. Lynn Harris is one of his favorites. E. Lynn Harris was one of the first African American male authors that featured black male characters who were either on the Down Low (hiding their homosexuality) or living openly gay.

 

Do you think this means the guy I'm talking to may be bisexual or is having those types of feelings? Or that he just genuinely appreciates the writing? (He has a Bachelor's degree in English and is an English professor).

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Famous LGBT authors are part of every English curriculum. An English professor would certainly have an even more in depth knowledge, without necessarily being gay... Just to name a few...

 

Oscar Wilde

Walt Whitman

Tennessee Williams

Virginia Woolf

Truman Capote

T. S. Eliot

D. H. Lawrence

Allen Ginsberg

Or that he just genuinely appreciates the writing? (He has a Bachelor's degree in English and is an English professor).
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