Kotowski, Mark
March 2010
Outlook: Columbus;Mar2010, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p14
The article presents the author's insights on learning to explore and knowing how to play the game involved in homosexuality. The author narrates his early adventures in looking for a sexual partner or a boyfriend, as well as his misadventures with his first experience. The author mentions his use of the social networking web sites and fag hag. The article emphasizes the point that learning the nature of sex is the same as learning the principles in any sports.


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