Be it spring cleaning in a see-through apron while two wealthy women have sex or performing with 'Tinker Bell' while 'Peter Pan' whips her, the life of a teenage prostitute in Beverly Hills was never dull. Often dark, sometimes hilarious, but never dull. Arriving in LA to attend college, but desperate for money, Sterry met a pimp who established him as a male prostitute serving a wild variety of well-off women (and occasionally men). This is his unflinching account of the twisted Wonderland of post-Sixities excess he encountered: peppered with frank descriptions of the work of a 'sex technician'.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - bluepigeon - LibraryThing
I received this book from Goodreads First Reads. Thanks! Chicken is a slice of sparkling, sizzling, up-and-down nightmare of an adventure. Perhaps the best thing about it is that it is very well told ... Read full review
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An autobiography of a male prostitute in L.A. A great read. Written by David Henry Sterry, this is a book about his life in the streets of LA trying to make a living by selling himself. It is ... Read full review