Questions for LGBTQ Worldmaking
Edited By Dustin Bradley Goltz and Jason Zingsheim
16. Coalitions and Collisions
FREDERICK C. COREY AND THOMAS K. NAKAYAMA
Geoff flew out of the house with great fanfare, threw his arms into the air, and screamed hello. He had that way about him, with a large personality and capacity for great fun. This was a performance of gay Phoenix of the 1980s, a city of transplants, guys ready for the pool. Geoff flung himself over the hood and wriggled his way, face upward, over the windshield and up toward the sunroof.
“Judy’s hungry,” he exclaimed.
Judy was Geoff’s rectum. His butthole. The place he wanted filled, massaged or otherwise managed. Any discussion of Judy was concurrently hilarious and appalling. How could a group of people sit around and discuss another person’s anus? Here was how:
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