Gold wants to bring attention to gay teen suicide with "Crisis"

09/23/2008 | Detroit News, The

Out activist Mitchell Gold, co-founder of the Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams furniture company, has published a new book, "Crisis," to help LGBT teenagers cope with feelings of loneliness and isolation that can lead to suicide. The book, a collection of coming-of-age stories by famous and everyday people, is intended by Gold to help foster acceptance of the country's LGBT youth. "That's true family values -- unconditional love of our children, regardless of their sexual orientation," Gold said.

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