Michelle (not Michael or even Michel) is a masculine male hairdresser. He has little patience for the effeminate male hairdressers—he certainly does not want to be part of the gay community, which is seen as being all around too fey. However, Michelle still fantasizes about man-on-man action. He gets a taste of this with his landlord’s brother. But this becomes boring. He saves his money, buys a car, and goes to a drive out of the city. A near rape encounter allows him to fantasize about Robin Hood. He eventually falls under the sway of a therapist, promising to take him away from fantasies.
Bare Sahara - Front and Back Cover
Jock Devlin and Billy Doyle are good friends. They often have sex with each other, but that doesn’t impede them sleeping with other people. They become convinced they should ski the Saharan dunes. From California, they fly to Spain and then to Algeria.
They meet Salvatore and Mario (two Italian brothers/lovers) on the second leg of their journey. The Italians decide to join them in their atypical ski tip and for some cathartic sex. The sex with the Americans proves to be so excellent that the Italians realize they can emerge from the closet.
The foursome’s guide Roy is an American expatriate. He is a confessed heterosexual, but doesn’t mind the young men’s action. During a sand storm, the guys even get him to open his ass for a vibrating dildo.
In the end, the men never get to ski.
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Locker Room Tough - Inside Flaps
Locker Room Tough - Front
Locker Room Tough
Bad Boys - Star Distributors
The narrative fibers between the sexual nodes of Locker Room Tough fray. Characters move from partially explicated back-stories. The college athletics program supports the college by making gay porn. The program is looking for a fluffer. Then there is the sketchy gay bar. Another character emerges from the mists, lets his mother fondle him, reminisces about other heterosexual incest, then goes out cruising for sex. A cabbie gets lucky. But little gets in the way of sex.
The Number on the John Wall - Front Cover
The Number on the John Wall
Jim breaks up with Larry before the exposition of the novel. The two twenty-year olds could not manage to make their college romance last. In a moment of pettiness, Jim writes his phone number and a promise of exciting sex on the bathroom wall of a diner. He is unaware that the diner is down the street from a school for exceptional children. The book is built around Jim answering his phone then sexually entertaining the whims and fetishes of pubescent boys. The acts range from simple blowjobs to pelting a teen with rotten citrus. The age taboo is broken consistently in this book, and it is discomforting to read. But it ends with Jim returning to Larry suggesting the stability of relationships within peer groups.