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Older Man Younger Man is a memoir of the relationship between a middle-aged man and a man 30 years his junior, from their first meeting, through the challenges of living together across a wide age-gap, to a climactic confession of shame and regret, the terror of loss from a life-threatening disease, and, ultimately, the triumph of love. This is a passionate, bittersweet story of a powerful love that transcends gender, bridges generations, defies convention, and brings to the partners the richness of spiritual fulfillment.

The relationship between an older man and a younger man is one of the last taboos left in our culture's sexual closet. Older Man Younger Man is the first book to address an inter-generational gay male relationship as a path of spiritual redemption.

What makes this book unique and special is its presentation of the pairing between an older man and a much younger man as a healthy, successful relationship and as a spiritual journey.

©2011 Joseph Dispenza (P)2015 Joseph Dispenza

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  • Ronald D. Brown
  • 27-06-18

Unnecessary poems and descriptions

The writer injected unnecessary poems in every chapter and provide descriptions of his genitals that was unneeded. Both distracted from the story.