Autor: WILLIAM RUSSELL
Idioma: WILLIAM RUSSELL
In 1949 Jake Black, a young Kansan farmhand, discovers life is unscripted when he is guided to San Francisco by a bad boy poet and becomes an acclaimed painter. “Youre not artificial, thats the taste of fame.” New dazzling drag queen neighbors open his eyes and join the adventure of doing good. Clairvoyants, past lifetimes, gay concerts, ancient Egypt, and the beat generation become the background of when the seed of gay pride was cautiously planted, and a 10,000 dollar a jar beauty cream keeps the rich supporting higher education and the gang laughing and doing good. Do Good contains explicit sex and controversial subjects that may offend.