David Ledain

David Ledain is based in West Sussex, in the UK. He identifies as a CIS gay man and his pronouns are, he/him. He writes male gay non-fiction and tells the stories of men affected by these issues via compelling and honest interviews. His books are underpinned with research from history and modern-day, scientific knowledge. He is passionate about telling the LGBTQ+ story and is actively involved with Queer Britain Museum. He is also one of the participants on the Rainbow Dads Podcast.

‘I am always happy to talk about my books and LGBTQ+ issues, so any podcasters or bloggers are welcome to get in touch.’

Links to books:

Gay Dad – Ten True Stories of Divorced Gay Men with Kids, Living in the UK Today

The Forbidden Fruit – Male Homosexuality: A Culture and History Guide

Having Gay Sex – A Guide to Male Homosexual Sex

You can follow David on Twitter and Facebook @davidledain

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