Compelling New Book from Lulu Press Looks at the Life of a Black, Crippled
Homosexual and His Relationship with God
Allen Jones has lived an interesting life and has come to realize that all that he was led to believe
needs a 21st century rethinking in the areas of race, sexual orientation and ability. He challenges
traditional thinking with true stories of the contrary and is ready to "Unconfuse the confused" as he
puts it in his autobiography.
San Francisco, CA, June 04, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Case Game author Allen Jones writes, "No one will ever
say when I grow up, 'I want to live the life of a black, crippled homosexual." Yet this is his reality; one he
faces daily. For those who cry, 'That's not fair!' whenever faced with hardship, he responds, “If life is
suppose to be fair, then everybody should be a black, crippled, homosexual.” In other words, quit
complaining and rise to the challenges of your life.
Rising to the challenges, is how Allen Jones of San Francisco came to, what he describes as, the pivotal
point of his life, or the Case Game; a term he borrowed from his favorite pastime, billiards.
Attending an elementary school for handicap children, Jones, quickly realized—contrary to what
others at the time automatically assumed due to the nature of many of their disabilities—that his
fellow classmates were all very much normal; or as he put it, “Normal minds, on top of mangled bodies.”
As a teenager, however, he felt anything but normal. With hidden, innate, homosexual desires, and a
disdain for pity from those he perceived overly focused on his handicap, he struggled silently. His high
school drafting instructor even at one time, recognizing a rebellious spirit, saying, “Allen, you will never
get a drafting job.” Ironically, Jones turned that slight into a drafting position on his first day out of
school; a profession he worked in for twenty years.
In his first attempt to get an apartment, he was told, “We already rented it.” Due to that, he was able to
furnish his first apartment with a new c