I Don’t Want to Look How They Want Me to Look: On Tininess and Sexuality

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by Ansley Clark

She is on top, curled between his legs with her back against his groin, almost a fetal position. Her thin thighs press together, contained into a skinny tight v. Her arms wrap around her knees, her calves lifting to reveal tiny wet vulva lips, a cock sliding between them. She is a ball of tiny-shaped legs and a swell of belly barely there and thin arms and a sharply prominent rib cage. The caption reads: “I love this pic because it shows how tiny I am and how big he is.”Continue Reading

Exiting on Bell Road—Flash by Doni Shepard

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Exiting on Bell Road

The streets of my hometown are lined with brooding palms, dying in summer sun. The heat—sucking moisture from blades of grass, sucking souls, sucked my memory dry.Continue Reading

When I See His Pretty Eyes

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by Jelly Zhang

“Remember what you said before the game? Winner gets a blowjob.”Continue Reading

Spring/Summer 2017

Poetry

Poems by Willy Palomo

Gemini Rising—Poems by Christie Ann Reynolds

Press Play by Lexi Schwartz

THE LIT LINES OF YOUR PALM [IN THE ONLY DARK WE KNOW OF THE ROOM] by Michael Wasson

 

Essays

Dear FetLife Tourist: An Open Letter by AB

I Don’t Want to Look How They Want Me to Look: On Tininess and Sexuality by Ansley Clark

 

Fiction

Exiting on Bell Road—Flash by Doni Shepard

 

Erotica

When I See His Pretty Eyes by Jelly Zhang

Press Play–Poem by Lexi Schwartz

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how to put
it, like this—in my
middle there was
a beginning, almost,
your hands into
the place for safekeeping, tell
a small story: she
and her sisters—

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Gemini Rising–Poems by Christie Ann Reynolds

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Bulleted woman

With a messed up face

Saw her unmarred self

Bloom in sleep

Somewhere along the brow
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Poems by Willy Palomo

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Fabio, the Fuckboy explains Floating

Definition: a form of outercourse practiced by devout Mormons in a failed attempt to keep the law of
chastity. See also Provo Push and Provo Soak.

   Like most men, I learned to float to prevent
from drowning, from dipping too deep
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