Straight?: True Stories of Unlikely Sexual Encounters Between Men
|Rating||:||4.98 (896 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||200 Pages|
Sexy true stories of gay erotic encounters with fraternity members.
Jack Hart's first book was the best-selling Gay Sex: A Manual for Men Who Love Men. He most recently edited the pirate erotica collection Treasure Trail.. Since then he has edited several erotica series, including My First Time, Straight, and Twink
One of the mandates of the gay liberation movement, which emerged after the Stonewall riots of June, 1969, was that every gay person had the responsibility to "come out" and be openly gay. While an initial glance at the anthology may remind you of the old joke, "Q: What is the difference between a gay man and a straight man? A: A six-pack," few of the stories involve deception to get the "heterosexual" participants interested in sexual activity. Yet postmodern theory informs us that the very categories of "gay" and "straight" may be, well, easily constructed identities that conceal far more complicated realities. For the most part, sex play here is eagerly sought after and thoroughly enjoyed. Straight delivers on its softcore fantasy promise, but the underlying theme--that the words we use to classify ourselves are, at best, inexact and often misleading--is quite serious. On the surface, Straight conforms to the erotic "letters" genre pioneered by ma
From the Publisher "Jack Hart, best known for his collections of real-life sexual adventures between men My First Time, My Biggest O, and Heat, has compiled a new anthology in which gay men describe in their own words the couplings they've had with men who did not seem on first appearance to be open to having gay sex. Among the surprising seductions detailed in this collection: A man initiates into gay sex his small town's biggest w. The mind games some guys play! "Straight?" serves up some 50 true accounts of sexually straight-identified men who explore their "curiosity" about same-sex encounters and, in the process, challenges the validity of labels like "straight" and "gay." In most of these true narratives, the common thread is less the sexual labels we and others apply to us individually and more man's basic need (carnal or otherwise) for the touch of someone of the sa. A Customer said Straight? Has It's Moments, But Seems A Little Rehashed. I've always been keenly interested in reading about a man's first time, particularly a "straight" man's first time with another man. In Straight?, Hart has compiled a nice collection of stories that address just that topic. The tales range from the romantic and sweet to the extremely erotic. The only misgiving I have with the book comes from an admission that Hart makes in the introduction. It seems that most (if