With a new afterword by Dr. Neal R. Swerdlow of the Tourette Syndrome Association Lowell Handler, who has Tourette’s syndrome, sets out on a journey through less than savory parts of America. From a transvestite bar in Tampa to a flophouse in New Orleans, he meets people who, like himself, don’t conform to the standards of conventional society. With a keen eye for detail and an acute sense of humor, this memoir captures the unforgettable life of a Touretter.
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