Filed By Gloria Brame, Ph.D. | September 11, 2009 9:30 AM | comments
Filed in: Entertainment
Tags: gay pulp fiction, pulp fiction, vintage gay erotica
Five strangely humorous pulp fiction covers on gay and drag themes. I'll start with the one that confuses me most. He's so gay he turns to peeping on women. What?
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"Fruit of the Loon" looks like a homo version of "Every Which Way But Lose" without a monkey.
"The Gay Ones" shows the inherent linkage of the whole acronym...
Fruit of the Loon was a parody of the book, "Song of the Loon"
I think I get the first one! The gays are such perverts that it's not like they actually love other men, they just want to be perverts and scare good people. So, like, being a peeping tom is even more perverted!
Wait, actually, I don't think it is. That seems like a step down in the level of perversion according to what I know about the fundie mind. Maybe Gallup should do a survey....
No, Alex, he's pulpaliciously bi! He's the bi peeper and the gal who's enjoying the slumber party with her girlfriends and his peeping is the bi exhibitionist!
I want to spend a season in Sodom. Where do you get that travel brochure?