By Paul Flynn
Paul Flynn charts this wonderful pop cultural and societal U-turn through the cultural milestones that effected change—from Manchester’s self-selection as Britain’s homosexual capital to the real-time romance of Elton John and David Furnish’s eventual marriage. together with candid interviews from significant protagonists, comparable to Kylie, Russell T Davies, Will younger, Holly Johnson and Lord Chris Smith, in addition to the relative unknowns the most important to the homosexual group, we see how an not likely crew of bedfellows fought for equality either entrance of level and within the wings.
This is the tale of Britain’s brothers, cousins and sons. occasionally it's the tale in their fathers and husbands. it's certainly one of public outrage and private loss, the (not continually criminal) highs and the determined lows, and the ultimate collective victory as homosexual males have been ultimate known, pretty much as good As You.