Blue Light. Every gay man should acquaint himself with this page tale of erotic seduction fantasy; trust me, this story will remain in your head for days and weeks…the equal of an Edgar Allan Poe horror story. I was breathless nearly the entire way through it, as the story built, as the psychologies of its main characters became more clearly defined and pulled me into them, and, of course, as the epic evening of sex unfolded in a Texas attic between two muscular doms, as one forces the other to submit to him with a variety of It was, and is, precisely what I think good erotica is, i. Lovecraft or Stephen King ever wrote.
The story is a great example of the convergence of fantasizing and the fantastic that has emerged here as a problematic grounded in the word's polysemy and the mode's polymorphousness. Mark A. McCutcheon August 31, - pm. I thought it was funny that the protagonist was way more upset to watch himself being castrated than to discover he had just been decapitated. What I like about this one is how it plays around with dismemberment and objectification to make the fantasy-fantastic convergence so productive, and to indicate, with the story, how sexual representation can be read.