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Re: Re: First Night of Empire!

That last mention of pleasure boys reminded me of a book I was reading -- "Goat Song" by Frank Yerby -- perhaps the best trashy novel ever written.

I first came across it by accident in high school, and it totally corrupted my little mind. Just bought a used paperback edition for one penny, and it's worth every cent!

Although I usually don't approve of fictional characters interacting with real people during true events, I'm willing to overlook it this time. The plot may seem a bit melodramatic and the dialogue can be a little coarse, but then you have to remember that it's cunningly modeled on ancient Greek theatre.

If you're interested in writing that's historically accurate, but still sexually exploitive, I highly recommend this fine example of scholarly smut. There were passages that literally made me cackle out loud with unholy glee. As a gay man in a straight girl's body (to paraphrase Eddie Izzard), I find it most entertaining, but it should be required reading for any bi guy.

Here's the link: