Always Taboo: Male Full Frontal Nudity In Film
I found this website by accident and thought I would share it with anyone who is interested. It’s focused on films that lean more toward art and emotion, and there’s a strong focus on male full-frontal nudity and the penis. It’s a comprehensive list of films that isn’t especially gay. But there is homoerotic content.
Here’s one short example. I haven’t seen it but it sounds fascinating.
This 11 minute homage to the male member shows its subject in the various stages of erection. The voice-over poem by James Broughton includes the line “This is the secret that will not stay hidden.”
And some of the films are even more mainstream, like “Kinsey.” I remember that well.
The Rainbow Detective Agency: A Guy with Two Penises by Ryan Field
One of the downfalls of having written many books is that it’s hard to keep them all together. I have readers ask me about books all the time on social media, especially Twitter, and I’m often at a loss for words. So I’ve decided that I’m going to try to write an updated post about each individual book I’ve had published. I think it’s interesting because now I can comment after the book had been reviewed and received. I have a few new titles coming out soon but I’ve put things on hold while I finish up working on a memoir. The memoir I won’t indie publish. I’m going to shop that to an agent. And it no one wants it I won’t have it published. So we’ll see how that turns out. I know what to do with erotic romance and fiction, but I’m not so sure about a memoir of my own life.
In any event, this book, for example, shocked me. I never thought it would get a decent review…or any review for that matter.
Here’s part of a review from Amazon. Here’s a link to the book. This truly is one of those times when a book surprised me. I thought I was being self-indulgent when I wrote it. You never can tell.
This book had me with the title; it must be one of the most bizarre to be found on the Kindle marketplace. I must admit, the title didn’t really prepare me for the quality of the writing. I was expecting a bit of a comedy, and thought the quality of writing would be pretty average, but it was actually fast-paced, punchy, slick and insightful.I also loved the tongue-in-cheek comedy that appears throughout the book; the main character is called Proctor Gamble (I love it!).