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The Gay Kama Sutra

3.76  ·  Rating Details  ·  25 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
This lavishly illustrated gift book is the first Kama Sutra for gay readers--and a celebration of the East's ancient tradition of spiritual sexuality. Each chapter is based on different lessons from the Kama Sutra, with sexual wisdom in a contemporary gay context. 100 full-color and b&w illustrations.
Hardcover, 192 pages
Published September 1st 1997 by St Martins Pr (first published November 1st 1996)
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Alan Culler
Jan 05, 2008 Alan Culler rated it liked it
Get it gay boys.
J.M.
Jun 24, 2009 J.M. rated it liked it
Shelves: glbt, nonfiction
Okay, I will admit ~ I wanted more pictures. When one thinks of the Kama Sutra, one thinks of a variety of different positions in which to make love. This book briefly describes sixteen positions, several of which are just variations on earlier positions. In that section of the text, there are only a handful of drawings, which makes it hard to visualize some of the more complicated positions.

The remainder of the book speaks to homosexual life in broad, romantic terms. I found the author's style
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Phoenix (Edward)
Apr 07, 2015 Phoenix (Edward) rated it really liked it
A very informative read. The illustrations in the book are VERY detailed and beautiful. I must admit, that I have learned some new techniques from reading this gem.
I also loved how the author respected the essence of two men making love and showcased the intensity in the art of the Gay Karma Sutra. Amazing book!!!
BookLuva28
Dec 11, 2015 BookLuva28 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: own, m4m
Great book! Couldn't believe I stumbled upon it at the nearby mall Waldenbooks.
Willow
Jan 17, 2011 Willow rated it really liked it
interesting, and apparently i IS flexible! LOLOLOLOL
Richard
Aug 14, 2008 Richard rated it really liked it
Much more than one would expect from the title.
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Colin Spencer was born in London in 1933 and attended Brighton Grammar School and Brighton Art College. From an early age, he was interested in both art and writing and had his first stories published in The London Magazine and Encounter when he was 22.

Spencer’s first novel, An Absurd Affair, was published in 1961, but it was with his second, Anarchists in Love (1963), the first i
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