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For many gay men, drama is an essential spice of life. They'll spend the rent money on shoes, spread more gossip than E!, and let every minor incident be cause for a major scene. While often mistaken for harmless fun, in reality it scares off friends, irritates family and coworkers, and sends strangers running for cover. But finally there is hope. Drama Queen is the essenti For many gay men, drama is an essential spice of life. They'll spend the rent money on shoes, spread more gossip than E!, and let every minor incident be cause for a major scene. While often mistaken for harmless fun, in reality it scares off friends, irritates family and coworkers, and sends strangers running for cover. But finally there is hope. Drama Queen is the essential guide for recognizing, acknowledging, and turning down the volume for every drama-loving man. From drama's roll call (the Gym Addict, the Big Ho, the gossipy Public Address System) to the laws of friendship ("Return calls - in this lifetime") to quizzes to help identify your own DQ (Drama Quotient) ("Is Aveda's twenty-four-hour hair emergency hotline on speed dial?"), Drama Queen explores the unique and often misunderstood dynamics of our lives. From compulsive spending ("What would Tom Ford wear to mow grass?") to building careers ("There will always be 'school nights'") to the puzzling ritual of courtship ("Fax me sometime"), Drama Queen is fast, funny, and delivers a healthier option than accepting the worst and expecting the world.


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For many gay men, drama is an essential spice of life. They'll spend the rent money on shoes, spread more gossip than E!, and let every minor incident be cause for a major scene. While often mistaken for harmless fun, in reality it scares off friends, irritates family and coworkers, and sends strangers running for cover. But finally there is hope. Drama Queen is the essenti For many gay men, drama is an essential spice of life. They'll spend the rent money on shoes, spread more gossip than E!, and let every minor incident be cause for a major scene. While often mistaken for harmless fun, in reality it scares off friends, irritates family and coworkers, and sends strangers running for cover. But finally there is hope. Drama Queen is the essential guide for recognizing, acknowledging, and turning down the volume for every drama-loving man. From drama's roll call (the Gym Addict, the Big Ho, the gossipy Public Address System) to the laws of friendship ("Return calls - in this lifetime") to quizzes to help identify your own DQ (Drama Quotient) ("Is Aveda's twenty-four-hour hair emergency hotline on speed dial?"), Drama Queen explores the unique and often misunderstood dynamics of our lives. From compulsive spending ("What would Tom Ford wear to mow grass?") to building careers ("There will always be 'school nights'") to the puzzling ritual of courtship ("Fax me sometime"), Drama Queen is fast, funny, and delivers a healthier option than accepting the worst and expecting the world.

32 review for Drama Queen: The Gay Man's Guide to an Uncomplicated Life

  1. 4 out of 5

    Cathleen Ash

    Have you seen Queer Eye for the Straight Guy? Even they could take a lesson from Patrick! Even if you’re not a gay man seeking an uncomplicated life, you’ll love this book! Price’s hysterical guide details the drama queens in our lives - I’m sure you’ll recognize quite a few of your friends in the stereotypes he provides. The book takes you on a ride - from Drama is an Elective and the Common Delusions of a Drama Queen to I Hate My Job is Not a Healthy Mantra. The book covers more than people - i Have you seen Queer Eye for the Straight Guy? Even they could take a lesson from Patrick! Even if you’re not a gay man seeking an uncomplicated life, you’ll love this book! Price’s hysterical guide details the drama queens in our lives - I’m sure you’ll recognize quite a few of your friends in the stereotypes he provides. The book takes you on a ride - from Drama is an Elective and the Common Delusions of a Drama Queen to I Hate My Job is Not a Healthy Mantra. The book covers more than people - it talks about jobs and Credit (How You Get Screwed), along with tips: One Way to Cut Spending (prop: cut fake credit card with scissors), and How to Have the Right Attitude. The best part, though, are the constant tips and tricks Price sprinkles throughout the book - on how to let the Drama go - like when he tells you how to Beat Stress: § Remember to breathe § To regain a sense of control when feeling swamped, start a checklist and immediately cross “write a checklist” off of your to do items. You will feel like you’ve already accomplished something § Manage your time § Most importantly - recognize what you have control over and what you don’t - and then let it go. § Put all of this into action before maniacally chanting “find the happy place” and you’re likely to actually get there! Everyone CAN get there - if they read Drama Queen by Patrick Price.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ronald Wilcox

    Funny take on gay life. Delves into topics such as friends and family, relationships, money, etc. Even if you aren't gay, this book is entertaining to read. Funny take on gay life. Delves into topics such as friends and family, relationships, money, etc. Even if you aren't gay, this book is entertaining to read.

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    Gay City LGBTQ Library

  28. 4 out of 5

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