Fangsters: Sequel Story
I have a short story included in the upcoming release from Bruno Gmunder, Until the Sun Rises, that's actually a short sequel to my novel, Fangsters. For those who have read Fangsters, I kept all characters, and the story line continues as it did in the book.
You can check Until the Sun Rises out here on Amazon and order a pre-release copy. It should be out by June, and I'll post more about that in the future.
I think they did a wonderful job on the cover. This anthology is what gay erotica is all about, and should be all about.
Gay Escorts Talk
This is an in-depth piece where some of the most sought after gay male escorts (rent boys) talk candidly about their lives and their feelings. There are also photos to go along with the tales. This short excerpt is from the beginning and about Booker Banks, also a porn star.
People think you're just this f--king hooker, someone who's money-hungry, dirty and gross. But that's not my reality," said Boomer Banks on a recent March afternoon, looking up from his sewing machine. "It isn't my be-all, end-all. It's just a way for me to be able to get what I need for the rest of my career."
Strewn around Banks’ cozy Chelsea apartment are glimpses of this future dream -- scraps of cloth draped on chairs, naked dress mannequins covered in pins. Banks might be an escort and porn star, but he sure as hell loves to sew.
It's a fascinating article that talks about their lives, money, and even compares them to Realtors at one point. I highly recommend reading it. I've always been a big proponent of legalized prostitution for many reasons. This article might disabuse you of some misconceptions and pre-conceived notions.
You can read more here.
Ellen Page's Tweet
Ellen Page got a message from an anti-gay pastor and she replied to him very well.
2 da Pastor who wrote me-Being gay isn't a belief.My soul isnt struggling& I don't want arms of Heavenly Father around me.A girls arms? Yes.
— Ellen Page (@EllenPage) March 22, 2014
You can read more here.
The interesting thing to me about things like this is that you never hear about anyone like Ellen Page sending a private message to a pastor telling him she's worried about him. Very seriously worried about the fact that he can't seem to let people live their own lives in peace. It's always the other way around. And those who should be against hate always seem to be the ones pushing it the most. Interesting.