“No” Elizabeth Avedon answered abruptly when I asked her to write an article about Antonio Lopez’s upcoming book by Twin Palms publishers. “Why?” I asked, taken aback. Because the book, as sublime as it may be, is pain, a lifestyle that has disappeared, deaths that are still painful. The comment was so true. The book covers 15 unique years in our history, 1969-1984. Those when sexual freedom, hetero or homosexual, was born.I knew Antonio Lopez well, and his accomplice and soul brother Juan, too.
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