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In his early teens, Edmund enjoys his relationship with his slightly younger friend, Kevin. Their relationship was undisturbed by the guilt and hate that society will later impose due to Edmund’s homosexuality. Their experiences will never be the same throughout the story. Edmund struggles with achieving confidence on his homosexual identity.”A Boy’s Own Story” by Edmund White a story about day to day knowing – a son’s relationship with his mother and father separated in his younger years later he finds himself feeling differently about his sexuality. Till he became a bit older his mother pleases his dad not to disown them later on with more complications with his coming out – he finds himself in a complicated path as the author describes the whole book. Edmund in such early of his life he didn’t want anything much more but to cross and achieve on coming out on his real sexuality and that people accept him. To live in a fine life that he does not become not feel conscious on revealing on his true feelings and perspectives on other male figures he meets. In such early of his life he didn’t want anything much more but to cross and achieve on coming out on his real sexuality and that people accept him. To live in a fine life that he does not become not feel conscious on revealing on his true feelings and perspectives on other male figures he meets. The help of his imaginary friends he feels more comfortable to talk to them after feeling so down that he can talk about anything and he would not get judged and he feels freshen up with his imaginary dream life than always feeling restricted on everything in his everyday life. The help of his imaginary friends he feels more comfortable to talk to them after feeling so down that he can talk about anything and he would not get judged and he feels freshen up with his imaginary dream life than always feeling restricted on everything in his everyday life. The young boy is confused because in the world he was living in he did not know what he would really feel throughout this whole process of growing. The risks of being judged and lived freely of coming out and being homosexual leaves him feeling so down about his true self. He should be able to live the way he wants to and  be free to do anything that he wishes. At a very young age, he  should have been talked with his family about his sexuality. Once at school, he further brings his father into funding his therapy with the hilariously narcissistic doctor in town, who can hardly be bothered to listen to the boy, let alone cure him of his homosexual urges. None of these strategies work, of course, and the narrator is driven to a final, desperate betrayal against the adult world. As the school days gone by, he ended up convincing his father to send him to a private boys school and free him from the home environment he shares with mother and sister. In this case, Edmunds reasonings to go to a private school that provides them dormitorios so he can be able to talk to his imaginary friends more and that he could have more space to do whatever he wanted to. In his big dreams he wants to run off with an educated man, live freely and surf or speed off with a brilliant bond with everyone, playing a grand piano and having nothing to worry about. Europe as his first destination. He attempts to going back to normal and tries to cure what hurts him the most. He tried forcing himself to love an opposite sex but he does not succeed for he feels uncomfortable. He is