Country Boys: Wild Gay Erotica

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Richard Labonté
Cleis Press, 2007 - Fiction - 203 pages
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Sexy gay stories with a country twang.
Something about the country brings out the best – and the sexiest – in a man, and country boys are a special breed. These tobacco-chewin’, cattle-ropin’ icons in temptingly baggy overalls or skin-tight wranglers rank with cops and soldiers as one of the most potent symbols of the naturally masculine male. Sweating and sensual not from the gym but from honest, hard work (and play), they come in all shapes, sizes, and erotic potential. City homos hike the wilds to commune with nature and nature boys. Gay pioneers enjoy rural living and loving. Lonesome queers meet for moonlight trysts in the cornfields. Whether yielding to the rugged charms of that hunky ranger during bear season or skipping the farmer’s daughter and bedding his accommodating son instead, the men of Country Boys: Wild Gay Erotica unabashedly explore the sizzling side of life far from the city lights.

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About the author (2007)

Richard Labonté is the editor of Hot Gay Erotica and the coeditor of The Future Is Queer. He writes the syndicated book review column “Book Marks” and the newsletter Books to Watch Out For.

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