15 Revealing Quotes From Morrissey's Autobiography

From worshipping the New York Dolls to refusing to reunite the Smiths
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Lost in Space

One of Morrissey's favorite childhood shows was the 1960s camp classic Lost In Space. "I cannot miss Lost In Space," he writes. "Where secrets of masculinity are meted out in the ping-pong clash between Dr. Smith and Major West; Mrs. Danvers facing a wide receiver's grit in two worlds that can never meet. The masculine man hates the feminine man because soft is the enemy of hard…My notepad resting on my lap takes scribble of unspoken truth: effeminate men are very witty, whereas macho men are duller than death."

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