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Ultimate Gay Erotica, 2006 by Jesse Grant
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Mar 30, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: lgbtq, erotica, anthology-short-stories, owned-books
Read in May, 2006

The majority of gay romance is written for women; I won’t deny it, just as I won’t deny that I find a lot of it a definite turn-on. In an anthology, there’s a little something for different women—even the possibilities for education.

One story is a real eye opener. It’s called “Bitchin’ Briefs” and it’s about a straight, unhappily married man who finds a pair of dubious undies in his wife’s laundry. Convinced his wife is cheating, he goes hunting for the bastard who owns them and finds himself in a sexual encounter with another man.

What I like about this story is the use and explanation of all sorts of homosexual slang terms and vernacular of which I was unaware: flaming flits, baby doll, B-boy, baby paste, reading braille, accordion, featherless, Australian sex, bicycle, Chicken-with-a-Basket, PG-rated guy, Girl Scout, parlor peter, matinee, Boy Scout Sex, belly fuck, etc.

My vocabulary has definitely been expanded. Boy, you learn something(s) new every day.

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