Johnny Would You Love Me If My Dick Were Bigger
by Brontez Purnell Author
Somewhere between memoir and social analysis, Johnny Would You Love Me If My Dick Were Bigger tells the story of a gay man, with an eerie resemblance to author Brontez Purnell, living in a San Francisco he no longer recognizes. Character Brontez, a self-described "old-school homosexual," witnesses a new gayness he doesn't understand, a conservative rendition where gays wear seatbelts and condoms and bike helments. Through the eyes of a prolific author and muscian, we can take a look into the cultural landscape that underwrites the shifting dynamics of the gay community, in a historically significant place & time.
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