Some Boys by Michael Davidson. Gay Men’s Press, 1988. Some Boys is a beautifully-written and honest memoir of the author’s encounters, friendships, and lasting loves with boys across four decades and as many continents, from Marrakech to Rangoon, from Tokyo to Geneva, from Naples to London. A brilliant British journalist, Davidson writes with the discerning eye of an experienced observer and with the detailed descriptions of a travel writer. The vivid recollections in SOME BOYS combine erotic intenseness with unerring empathy, and demonstrate throughout a keen and sensitive perception of an engrossing variety of customs and cultures.