Cocktocock: Tales of Greece

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Trafford Publishing, Jan 12, 2006 - Fiction
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Tales of Greece is an arousing, refreshingly human account of a young man's sexploits during the last weeks of his stay in Greece.

Written as a Travel Log primarily for men who like to have sex with men ... cocktocock. This collection of stories is partly my response to the dearth of entertaining or fun treatments of sex among men ... especially gay men ... available in erotic writing and videos. The gay cultural concept that sex, as an integral part of our identity, should be 'codified' in order to reaffirm that identity, leads some to the misconception that sex must be taken seriously. Serious sexual consumerism. This erotic fiction frees us from such external baggage and celebrates the essentially raunchy and improvisational aspects to one off sexual interactions amongst men.

It has become fashionable of late for erotic fiction to focus on 'hard sex' ... writers making sexual pantomime from what they perceive as 'core gay fetishes'. Here, observing a young man as he is caught in a whirlwind of sexual attention, human touch replaces overt fetishism. By recounting the intuitive, sensual aspects of this slice of time, larger than life sexual events are supplanted by instinctively horny, human, male-to-male encounters.

Tales of Greece is part of a series of books you can read celebrating non-anal sex among men. Enjoy ... there's more to come!

Martin Finn

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