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could be the book you will hide to everyone while reading bury under your bed and wrap its cover with lain aper This is unnecessary or even unforgivable Books like this are no longer smut these days Gone were the days when orn at home are your father s and it is somewhere in a
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locked cabinet Now orn is just a click away Hiding this kind of book is making the works of Anais Nin cabinet Now orn is just a click away Hiding this kind of book is making the works of Anais Nin James Baldwin inaccessible to Filipinos Based on what I read Casocot and Sison are in their leaguesJuxtaposition of male and female in the third sex worlds For the uninformed or the naive this book directly answers what gay men and lesbians do in bed to satisfy their carnal desires No holds barred yet the emotion could be love is there I am not sure if they are true but the writings of Casocot and Sison sound sincere if not sinfully honest Which one did I like best Sison writing lesbian F2F stories or Casocot s gay M2M actions Sison s is carnal while Casocot is emotional There is a world of difference in there but they are both ohhh so goood Don t Tell Anyone Literary Smut by Ian Rosales Casocot and Shakira Sison is a short story collection with 12 erotic stories with characters in the LGBTIA community This collection does not attempt to sugarcoat sex it does not air sex with shame or discomfort By contrast it speaks about the reality of gay and lesbian sex unapologetically Smell is the strongest trigger of one s memory ldr. Itation and obsession and eventually take the reader with them as they reel from heartbreakWhether you consider straight sex ‘the real thing’ or are among the LGBT community that is hungry for a true account of Filipino gay and lesbian loving one thing this collection and its characters do over and over without exhaustion is to keep on tryin.
characters Don’t Tell Anyone Literary SmutWhich acuires its sexiness through sameness
and difference The form of these stories serves the sex but it is also true thatdifference The form of these stories serves the sex but it is also true that sex inspires the form Very explicit artistic words were made with feels and situation of the characters felt like it was realWas reading this for my thesis urposes but as I read it I have found these short stories compilation interesting and somewhat relatable to those who were the victims of love most especially in homosexuality Because of this book I finally understood on how they behave and interact with one another I fully recommend everyone to check this one out because the stories will melt you down to the intense feels whether if you re straight or
a gaylesbianbisexual etc Love is sometimes like being lost in thegaylesbianbisexual etc Love is sometimes like being lost in the of the deep without direction but in itself ironically also its own strange compass Love is immense Love is borderless Love is not a thing to be confined in a little room it needs the expansiveness of oceans Written by Shakira Sison and Sir Ian Rosales Casocot Don t Tell Anyone unapologetically brings to you 12 short stories of same sex smut It is separated into two arts starting with stories about women loving women by Sison followed by Sir Ian s stories of men loving men It s about love in all its forms including heartbr Local erotica at its best Erotica aims to arouse your senses To titillate Fine But this book is than that This is literary The writings of Casocot and Sison are flawless Crisp Elouent yet definitely shameless The stories the words hit you Le female dynamic of human contactThis book makes up for this history of invalidation An unprecedented dirty dozen Sison’s and Casocot’s stories are direct and unflinching They make no ualms or apologies about the nature of sex between two men or between two women They explore courtship and contact between same gender artners with humor hes. ,
Initially I dropped this book after reading the first two stories because I was to be honest overwhelmed by the amount of fucking I mean this literally scenes it has It took me by surprise "Since It Was My First Time Reading "it was my first time reading erotica especially one that includes a lesbiangay sex so maybe I was just really caught off guard But after a year I finally decided to read it again and it didn t overwhelm me as much as before I honestly liked Casocot s collection than Sison s they hold much brevity lot and interesting characters Casocot managed to balance the erotica in his work which I really liked as I was able to enjoy it rather than Sison s which was a little bit too much on the sex that I didn t really get to know the characters well The first time i read this i felt so alive All throughout i felt so represented For the first time ever my stories my life as a lesbian Networking for Career Success: 24 Lessons for Getting to Know the Right People particularly was represented in these authentic stories that felt different levels of familiar andulsing Written by Ian Rosales Casocot and Shakira Andrea Sison this anthology of literary smut as its subtitle has it is superior erotica Both authors are seasoned writers and award winners but we
all know how easy it is to write badly about sex Casocot avoids the itfall deftly by experimentingknow how easy
It Is To Writeis to write about sex Casocot avoids the itfall deftly by experimenting literary form Road Trip is told backwards from climax to set up Tell Him is written mostly through dialogue The Thank You Girl is all foreplay so so tantalizing The highlight of his section is surely his much anthologized story The Boys From Rizal Street. If sex remains taboo in the Philippines gay and lesbian sex is still even unspoken “How do you do it” is still the most common uestion ueer Pinoys get Even after that uestion is answered there is still the Zheng Guogu popular notion that only heterosexual sex is ‘the real thing’ and anything else is just a deviation or an attempt to replicate the ma.