From persevering through bullying, suicidal thoughts and depression, transitioning, domestic violence, being shot at, experimenting with substances, enduring employment discrimination, living on the verge of homelessness, losing 65 pounds, developing and managing PTSD, and eventually coming out on the other side to build a personal brand, become a model and activist. Dylan Thomas would like to be very clear - he never wanted to be anyone's inspiration. He has often wished his life was easier. That's just not his truth. He's made mistakes. We all have. He has put himself in and went through a ton of wild situations. He's overcome adversity like many others. He's also helped to build trans community programs, teach empowerment classes and LGBTQIA+ community advocacy programs. When you read this book, you'll understand why the words "amazing" and "inspiring" are often used to describe Dylan. You'll see why he is constantly in motion, and building towards a future that empowers diverse voices and pushes for success and inclusion of people from all protected characteristics and walks of life.
Dylan Thomas wurde 1914 in Swansea/Wales geboren; er ging 1954 nach London, wo er für Zeitschriften und für die BBC arbeitete; 1949 zog er sich in einen kleinen walisischen Fischerort zurück; Dylan Thomas starb 1953 während einer Vortragsreise in New York.