Sissy Secretary Payback: An Alpha Male Gets Feminized: An LGBT Short Story
November 15th, 2017
Steven had it all. The good job, the high income, the fast car and the beautiful home. He did it all in a manner that meant he didn’t care much about anyone else or how he treated women. When his secretary stands up to him though, Steven realizes that to escape police charges he would have to give over control. Swiftly she makes sure he understands that the way he treated women who worked for him wasn’t on, by transforming him into her very own Sissy Secretary. In doing so, Steven finds out just what it is like to live as a woman in a male dominated world. The problem he has though is that his former secretary doesn’t seem to be all that she first appeared and maybe him becoming a better man isn’t her primary objective. This 18,000 word novella follows Steven’s adventure from alpha male to being a menial wage worker under the iron like grip of his former employee. Does Steven learn the error of his ways or does he learn to embrace and love his new position?
Alec Baldwin Doesn't Love Me & Other Trials from My Queer Life
January 1st, 1997
ISBN 1555834310 (ISBN13: 9781555834319)
An irreverent, insightful, and wickedly funny humor collection that shows just how queer life really is.
Maiden, Mother, and Crone: Fantastical Trans Femmes
April 27th, 2019
Maiden, Mother, Crone: Fantastical Trans Femmes is a Bedside Press anthology of new fantastical short fiction by trans women and trans feminine writers curated by celebrated poet and author Gwen Benaway. Drawing on high fantasy and other genres of fantasy writing, Maiden, Mother, Crone is the first anthology by trans femme authors to explore the realms of magic, supernatural beings, and alternate universes. Enter a universe of wonder where trans femmes are powerful heroines, sorceresses, and warriors fighting against dark forces in vivid magical worlds.
Playing the Part: A First Time, Crossdressing, LGBT Romance
May 21st, 2018
An engineering student tries out for a role in a summer play. He doesn’t get the leading man’s part but is offered the leading lady’s instead. With the help of his friend Melanie, he takes on the role, living it daily for the entire summer. Can he give up his paradigms and masculine ego to play the role of a woman as well as a woman can? What will he learn about his desire.
Gay Erotica: Short Term Relationship
June 28th 2017
Hello there. Entries like this usually begin with a name, but I’m not going to tell you mine for the simple reason that I would rather remain anonymous. I will however tell you that I am 23 years old, I am male and I am gay. I am single now but I haven’t been for very long, a matter of hours to be frank. I was with Jack for less than one day and already our relationship is over. I feel like I need to tell this story to somebody, but seeing as I am closeted and nobody I know has any knowledge of my homosexuality, I don’t really have anybody to talk to. So I thought I would tell my story to you, who knows, maybe you will even enjoy hearing it. So anyway, here goes nothing.
Crossdressing Club: A First Time, Crossdressing, LGBT Romance
May 14th, 2018
Male college students join a campus club for crossdressers. One member takes another under his wing as they fully feminize and cross-dress into passable, sexy, and sensual feminized beings. The mentor invites the student to question all his previous paradigms and beliefs about sexuality, love, and gender labels and what it means to be oneself. Through the use of male chastity and denial, they achieve a new level of desire, which reveals previously unknown cravings.
The Stranger: A LGBT Contemporary Fairy Tale
January 17th, 2019
Barb has long held feelings for her good friend Greta, but Greta can't get over her feelings for her possibly deceased husband. Then 'The Stranger' meanders into their small mountain town of Baylor. Everything starts to change, and no one realizes it's 'The Stranger' causing such oddities to occur. Barb and Greta are about to confront their feelings for each other. Old neighbors, Harold and Seth will have to take a better look at the details of their long-held argument. And Evie will have to choose a suitor; the dashing Bill or kind-hearted Mike. The Stranger moves into town like a quiet shadow, and when he leaves no one will ever be the same.
The Ebony LGBT Collection 1
March 25th, 2019
A collection of stories about African-American LGBT romance and erotica including the Backstage Bond series and more plus also featuring the bonus story ‘From The Gutter Up’
Don't Read in the Closet
September 1, 2011
A collection of 27 short stories celebrating love, sex and romance between men. It is a product of the Goodreads M/M Romance Group Hot Summer Days event and features authors attending the GayRomLit Retreat 2011 in New Orleans!
Men on Men 2: Best New Gay Fiction
November 28th, 1988
ISBN 0452261430 (ISBN13: 9780452261433)
This collection of gay fiction includes 18 short stories by Christopher Coe, Christopher Davis, Gary Glickman, Allan Gurganus, Albert Innaurato, David Leavitt, Joseph Pintauro, James Purdy and ten others.
Death in Venice
May 1st, 1999
ISBN 0141181737 (ISBN13: 9780141181738)
In this new, widely acclaimed translation that restores the controversial passages that were cut out of the original English version, "Death in Venice" tells about a ruinous quest for love and beauty amid degenerating splendor. Gustav von Aschenbach, a successful but lonely author, travels to the Queen of the Adriatic in search of an elusive spiritual fulfillment that turns into his erotic doom. Spellbound by a beautiful Polish boy, he finds himself fettered to this hypnotic city of sun-drenched sensuality and eerie physical decay.
All Dolled Up: A Student Gets Fem
January 22nd, 2018
A student working on a PhD in mathematics takes a suggestion from a female psychiatrist friend that he’d present himself better as a girl than a boy. He cross-dresses as a woman as precisely and accurately as a mathematician would. In his world of black and white, where equations are solvable and yield a result, he attempts to make sense of the unexpected variables this crossdressing transformation creates. Maybe he can arrive at an algorithm for it and find answers to what the future will be for him.
Am I Blue? Coming Out from the Silence
April 15th, 1995
ISBN 0064405877 (ISBN13: 9780064405874)
Each of these stories is original, each is by a noted author for young adults, and each honestly portrays its subject and theme--growing up gay or lesbian, or with gay or lesbian parents or friends.
The Penguin Book of Gay Short Stories
January 14th, 1994
ISBN 014024249X (ISBN13: 9780140242492)
A collection of fiction by and about gay men features original stories from Larry Kramer, Edmund White, Christopher Coe, Michael Cunningham, and other writers and explores the tragedies and triumphs of AIDS.
Best Bi Short Stories
June 11th, 2014
ISBN 1613900880 (ISBN13: 9781613900888)
Best Bi Short Stories is the first book of its kind, a literary anthology bringing together the very finest representations of bisexuality in fiction. The bisexuality of characters, like in real people, can be invisible to readers unless explicitly brought to their attention. Invisibility leads to underrepresentation, and on bookstore shelves that has certainly been true. Best Bi Short Stories hopes to change that by presenting the very best quality, cast in a bold light.
A Gender Swap for Jamie: An LGBT Romance
March 19th, 2018
A witch offers a potion to a friend to turn him into a woman for a week. If his true inner self ends up relating to the new female body, he’ll stay that way for the rest of his life; if not, he’ll turn back into a male. Will he adapt to a new life, with men being interested in him, or will his old paradigms cause him to return to the male form at the end of the week? Will he lose the witch-girlfriend he has always been in love with and end up with a man, or will they come closer together? Can this situation of male-to-female transformation improve his life or ruin it? What will be the result when the clock stops ticking?
Gay Erotica: Marine
June 28th 2017
Opening the door to the room, Jack was met with a Marine Lieutenant who instructed him to take a seat. Jack obeyed, and his body began shaking from sheer nervousness. The longer he sat in the chair, the more nervous he became. His eyes wandered the large room, hoping to see something that would calm his exploding nerves. Nearly five long heart pounding minutes passed when an office door opened and out walked Ken. Jack had to swallow hard as his eyes ventured up to Ken’s uniformed collar and peered upon two stars. Jack could hardly believe that Ken was a Marine two- star General.
Men on Men 2000: Best New Gay Fiction
January 1st, 2000
ISBN 0452280826 (ISBN13: 9780452280823)
Now spanning eight volumes and two decades, the Men on Men series continues to showcase the remarkable talent of gay literary writers. These venerable collections of short stories have become a gay literary institution, launching the careers of several, now luminary, writers--including Joe Keenan, Christopher Bram, Dale Peck, and David Leavitt. True to its tradition, Men on Men 2000 brings bright new literary talent together with established writers--such as Edmund White and Brian Bouldrey--to offer a poignant collection of gay fiction that is provocative and illuminating at every turn. This diverse group of voices etches an indelible portrait of gay life at the dawn of the twenty-first century, addressing issues such as identity and gender stereotypes, the power of love, the lingering shadow of AIDS, and the new adventure of fatherhood.
Men on Men: Best New Gay Fiction
February 27th, 1988
ISBN 0452258820 (ISBN13: 9780452258822)
This extraordinary collection gathers together the most popular and gifted voices in gay fiction today. Compiled from work in progress and originals written especially for this collection, as well as previously published fiction, these brilliant stories come from such renowned writers as Robert Ferro, Andrew Holleran, Felice Picano and Edmund White; from such bright rising talents as Dennis Cooper, John Fox and Robert Glück; and from some remarkable newcomers, including C.F. Borgman, Kevin Killian and Wallace Parr.
Fab & Proud: An Anthology of LGBT Stories
January 1, 2017
ISBN13 9786214080724Includes the stories: Just Remember This - Luna King, Shookt Feelings – Leonna, The End – Bridgette, Ang Masakit at Masalimuot na Kuwento ng mga Pag-ibig ni Lola Flora - Jom Madregalejo Sanchez, Like I Can – Leonna, Transitioning - Lush Ericson
Minutes to Midnight an Anthology of LGBT Stories
July 4th, 2018
A gay man who breaks the habit of being single for a long time…A lipstick lesbian who finds solace in the arms of her brother’s ex-girlfriend…A bisexual woman who drowns in her own quicksand…A trans woman who rekindles an old flame with her childhood sweetheart…A trans man who seeks intimacy and affection from someone he met online…All these and more in this compilation of stories that surpasses the rules of love before the clock strikes twelve…
Sissy Boyfriend: An LGBT, First-Time, Crossdressing, Transgender Romance
November 5th, 2018
A girlfriend decides that her fem, sissy boyfriend is that way for a reason and takes him on a journey into male feminization. She transforms him by crossdressing him, getting him a feminine haircut, manicured long nails, ear piercings, and makeup. The final result is a lovely, sexy, sensual girl, who knows what she truly is.
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Men on Men 3: Best New Gay Fiction
November 30th, 1990
ISBN 0452265142 (ISBN13: 9780452265141)
This extraordinary collection gathers together the most popular and gifted voices in gay fiction today. Compiled from work in progress and originals written especially for this collection, as well as previously published fiction, these brilliant stories come from such renowned writers as Robert Ferro, Andrew Holleran, Felice Picano and Edmund White; from such bright rising talents as Dennis Cooper, John Fox and Robert Gluck; and from some remarkable newcomers, including C.F. Borgman, Kevin Killian and Wallace Parr.
Male fantasies/gay realities
November 28th, 1984
ISBN 0933322208 (ISBN13: 9780933322202)
June 19th, 2015
What could be better than ten scorching tales? How about ten bisexual shorts and novelettes by an award-winning queer author? In Bisexual Beauties, eroticist Giselle Renarde assembles an eclectic cast of characters to arouse and entertain you. Girlfriends share their first taste of man in “Felicity’s First” while frisky folk singers take Winter along for the ride in “Forbidden Folk.” A curvy girl joins the action when she walks in on her co-worker crush seducing a sexy stranger. A proudly bisexual building super fixes more than just leaky pipes, and a concerned BFF helps her married friends break down barriers when she jumps into bed with them.
Men on Men 4: Best New Gay Fiction
October 1st, 1992
ISBN 0452268567 (ISBN13: 9780452268562)
The great diversity of cultures, backgrounds, styles, and subject matter reflected in these 18 stories is an eloquent testament to the continuing vitality of gay literature as it attempts to answer new questions and confront old challenges during these problematic times. Includes works by John Rechy, David Feinberg, Matthew Stadler, and many more.
Men on Men 5: Best New Gay Fiction
October 1st, 1994
ISBN 0452272440 (ISBN13: 9780452272446)
This fifth volume in the acclaimed Men on Men series brings readers 20 new stories that pulse with humor, energy, and eroticism, as they explore the tender, often painful truths of our lives. Gay writers have stepped out in front of the contemporary literary scene, and so the stories in this collection refuse to conform, be politically correct, or embrace conventions. The "coming out" tale appears in the works of Adam Klein, Joshua David, and Michael Lowenthal, but no longer confessional, no longer familiar, each story will shock and surprise. D. Lee Williams's "Toilet Training" breaks taboos with its portrayal of exploitation, anger, and revenge set in a public men's room. The irresistibly sensual combination of chocolate and sex permeates a wickedly funny tale of seduction in Brian Kirkpatrick's "Hot Chocolate Drops."
April 1st, 1985
ISBN 0889611513 (ISBN13: 9780889611511)
This collection of stories, poems, and autobiographical annecdotes deal with the author's several families--those connected by blood, gayness, and membership in the urban working class.
Men on Men 6: Best New Gay Fiction
September 1st, 1996
ISBN 0452277086 (ISBN13: 9780452277083)
This extraordinary collection of today's best gay fiction brings together news and important work by established writers and exciting emerging voices of uncommon skill and urgency. Works by Jim Grimsley, Bruce Benderson, James Purdy, Norman Wong, and others explore the astonishing diversity and complexity of the gay male experience in the mid-'90s.
July 25th, 2013
Simon has found himself in an open relationship for the summer—though not by choice. Instead of wallowing, he’s decided to make the most of a family vacation to Costa Rica by hooking up with the first hot guy available. Trouble is, he has no clue how to go about doing that. Luckily, he runs into someone with a little more experience. But when the moments of lust turn into something more, Simon isn’t so sure he’ll be able to return to his old relationship. And there’s no way to hold onto this new one, either, as thousands of miles will separate them in only a few short weeks. Either way, he’ll have to learn to let go.
The Collection: Short Fiction from the Transgender Vanguard
October 16th, 2012
ISBN 0983242208 (ISBN13: 9780983242208)
A dynamic composite of rising stars, The Collection represents the depth and range of tomorrow’s finest writers chronicling transgender narratives. 28 authors from North America converge in a single volume to showcase the future of trans literature and the next great movements in queer art.
Men on Men 7: Best New Gay Fiction
November 1st, 1998
ISBN 0452277345 (ISBN13: 9780452277342)
This extraordinary collection of gay fiction builds on the six previous volumes in the series, which is firmly established throughout the literary world as the cornerstone of America's gay literary tradition. The stories in this seventh edition are diverse, culled from the talents of established authors such as Andrew Holleran, Felice Picano, and Allen Ellenzwaig, as well as from the work of new young writers.
Divergence: Erotica from a Different Angle
February 13th, 2015
ISBN 1508470936 (ISBN13: 9781508470939)
In Divergence you will find stories about tulpas, djinns, futanari, bdsm clubs, male on male interaction, non-monogamous couples, groups, weres, bodyswaps and, best of all, genuinely unique stories.
Rainbow Crush: Light-Hearted LGBT Fiction for Teens
September 18th, 2014
Five fun fictions from the author of Tiffany and Tiger’s Eye & Truth and Other Lies! In Rainbow Crush, revisit five favourite short stories featuring gay and lesbian characters: In “I Hate Love,” Mila melts Laura-the-Ice-Queen’s heart as Jaden learns that dating an older man could have repercussions he hadn’t anticipated. Mila and Laura are back with impossibly high expectations in the side-splittingly funny housesitting comedy “Happy Birthday, Klutzface.” In “I Know What Gay Is,” Jay the teenaged eha and his young charge Sarah, who insists on being called Frank, find an unexpected ally on the soccer field.
Subatomic; and other stories by and about bisexuals
September 23rd, 2018
Representation is vital. No matter what we identify as, we need role models we resonate with. In fiction, we need to read stories about people who are like us, written by people who are like us. In this first My Voice, My Story anthology, Mariëlle S. Smith and Sìne Màiri Ní Ailpín have collected a variety of stories by and about bisexual characters. From King Arthur’s court to the black snowfields of one of the nine colourful queendoms, and from a Malaysian suburb to the red clay of Prince Edward Island, Subatomic and other stories by and about bisexuals has a story for everyone, bisexual or not.
November 13th, 2018
A psychiatrist wife takes the liberty of alleviating her husband’s misery by transforming him into a life of being Candy. Candy is a beautiful, sensual, feminized male, not just cross dressed but transformed almost entirely into an inviting woman. Can he deal with the changes? Will he be overcome by confusion and his old beliefs about what he was and what he has become? His loving wife supports him each step of the way, though to Candy it seems nothing but torture. That is, until she sees the whole picture and meets the man she always wanted.
Beyond Binary: Genderqueer and Sexually Fluid Speculative Fiction
May 31st, 2012
ISBN 1590210050 (ISBN13: 9781590210055)
Speculative fiction is the literature of questions, of challenges and imagination, and what better to question than the ways in which gender and sexuality have been rigidly defined, partitioned off, put in little boxes? These seventeen stories explore the ways in which identity can go beyond binary from space colonies to small college towns, from angels to androids, and from a magical past to other worlds entirely, the authors in this collection have brought to life wonderful tales starring people who proudly define (and redefine) their own genders, sexualities, identities, and so much else in between.