Outside These Lines is a collection of three stories, in which a different color represents a side of male sexuality. Writer Brad Beau Cohen uses his skillful storytelling to create a sensorial ride.
White is a short story exploring a gay man's appreciation for cum. A substance that is so powerful as to have caused wars, yet is so rarely acknowledged as such.
In Purple, a sensual reflection upon sexuality and the use of pain for pleasure and dominance. The bruises resulting from rough sex are studied in their meaning and beauty.
Finally, Blue sets the scenario for a furtive Grindr encounter between two neighbors who long for each other in silence for quite a while. When it finally happens, a surprise element is introduced to the scene; the fading blue light of a computer screen streaming the whole sex act across the Internet.
Año de Edición
Brad Beau Cohen,
Tamaño Archivo (Virtual)
Formato Electrónico (Virtual)
Outside These Lines
Biografía del Autor
<p>BERLINABLE is not simply a publisher, we are a community. <br>We create a network of people who are connected by their need to be free and explore their sexuality. <br>Our talented authors either write from experience or are pro connoisseurs of their writing topics.<br>This authenticity is what makes our books so special.<br><br>Brad Beau Cohen is a British author who uses his words as tools to navigate the experience of masculinity in today\'s world. His unique poetic style makes for erotica that transcends just sex; his stories are beautifully constructed pieces of erotic art.<br><br>In his own words; \"I write erotica because I think it can be the most consistently honest of all the genres. Sex is also the most universal topic, whether you like to admit it or not; sex is the running theme in most peoples\' lives. Even in fiction, through complex scenes with layers of characterisation and emotion, the messages found in erotica can be the most evocative, the most stripped-back, the most raw. In my erotica, I try to explore the honesty in sex, and most of my erotica has at least one \'message\', whether that\'s the political history of cum or describing a post-homoerotic sex scene using catholic language. Erotica isn\'t \'dirty\' or \'crass\', it can be, for sure. But for me it\'s the most unifying subject, and it provides a plethora of opportunities for reflection and observation. In them, I like to find the gems.\"</p>