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On My Gaydar By Phil Cramp
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A collection of humorous and painfully frank poems covering the various emotional aspects of the dating game - from giddy happiness and seething jealousy, to numbing anxiety and romantic optimism.... More > Includes "Girls Are Yucky", the flirtatious "Take The Bait", the overwhelming feeling of "Gayja Vu" when running into former flames, and a lover's request for some "Feedback".< Less
On My Gaydar By Phil Cramp
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A collection of humorous and painfully frank poems covering the various emotional aspects of the dating game - from giddy happiness and seething jealousy, to numbing anxiety and romantic optimism.... More > Includes "Girls Are Yucky", the flirtatious "Take The Bait", the overwhelming feeling of "Gayja Vu" when running into former flames, and a lover's request for some "Feedback".< Less
On My Gaydar By Phil Cramp
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A collection of humorous and painfully frank poems covering the various emotional aspects of the dating game - from giddy happiness and seething jealousy, to numbing anxiety and romantic optimism.... More > Includes "Girls Are Yucky", the flirtatious "Take The Bait", the overwhelming feeling of "Gayja Vu" when running into former flames, and a lover's request for some "Feedback".< Less
Soulmates in the Moonlight By Terry Jeff
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Soulmates in the moonlight is a lover who finds each others and becomes lovers for life. A hot pace enjoyment of the story of the life of two young men.
Gay's the Word By Mike Silkstone
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Soldier-boys, plain-clothes policemen, token wives and unforgiving mothers, waiters and barmen, not to mention the unmentionable Bottom Bar of the Queen Hotel... Twenty-six poems and five short... More > stories of tears and smiles in celebration of British gay life before Stonewall, when Men Were Men and the rest of us were bloody poufters.< Less