I recommend the books by Mark Simpson. Not the one on Morrissey, but the other ones. When I got them out of the library, I expected to read books on the social construction of gender and then all I got to read were things like homosexual men hate women and vaginas, transvestites think they are better women and men try to create a world without women by doing research on artificial recreation. The list goes on. This was not bad enough, because once my eyes had been opened to what they were really about, this had been confirmed over and over again by what homo- and transsexual men have written on this website and in the comment sections of newspapers. The people who commented on Autobiography saying that it confirms that Morrissey is gay, know what they are talking about. It is the mindset that he is so careful to portray from the first to the last page. He lost me personally completely when I read the first section, not so much because of what he called women's vaginas but because he continued to have sex with women whom he didn't want to have sex with until he spent most of his life acting homosexual and as I think being so. The irony of the Mark Simpson book is that I had often said myself that most men are hidden homosexuals because they hate women. I am still amazed that I made that connection so correctly. I don't have a problem with homosexuals being homosexual, I rather prefer they do their stuff with each other than rape a woman. The only thing that bothers me is that they claim that women are homosexual men and fight for so called equal right under the pretence that it would be equal to fighting for civil rights. Since when has being the sexist equivalant to a racist become a human right?