by Roy Blunt
The author is a retired psychologist. Drawing inter alia on varied experiences, professional and otherwise, he has constructed a number of vaguely related stories, all of them illustrating varieties of male homosexual behavior. Differing greatly in length, the stories are sometimes frank, but never lurid or sensational, possibly even occasionally boring.
Claiming no expertise, but disappointed at the generally poor quality of attempts to describe and/or explain male homosexuality, the author hopes that this little book will prompt reflection and stimulate discussion.
(2013, paperback, 120 pages)