A dozen hot pockets of raw literary expression. Despite toiling in a genre traditionally dominated by women—outnumbered, emasculated, and marginalized—these dudes nevertheless bravely forge ahead with creative intensity, ripped abdominals, and thrusts of powerfully rhythmic prose. The Weeklings staff spent the last six months hitting lonely back roads—scouring dank alleys, dive bars, and a spate of greasy diners—to finally catch up with each and every one of these true Americans. The result is a compendium of in-depth interviews, raw admissions and racy poses. We could not be prouder of the outcome, having compiled an edgy and utterly provocative photo essay. Twelve Very Literary Men.
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Some are naughty, some are wicked, some are fun and flirty. But all are rather, ahem, stimulating. By Rebecca Perrin February 10, Keeping this in mind, here are five of the better-written options. O is a Paris-based fashion photographer who happily dons the literal chains of a submissive and endures all kinds of sadomasochistic abuse riding crops, whips, etc. If you consider pleasure and pain to be incongruous bedfellows, skip ahead to S. Fear of Flying, by Erica Jong Fear of Flying was a sensation when it was published in , making its then year-old author Erica Jong an instant star. The lover she takes has performance issues, and she does more fantasizing about it than doing it. French intellectual Catherine Millet lived that dream. Boy, did she ever.
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