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FUCKING THE HOMOPHOBE IS A SEQUEL TO TK COOPER'S "SCREWING THE HOMOPHOBE".

John is straight college student, who just learned from his friend Gabe after a fun night that, well, he wasn't as straight as he thought he was. Gabe has fallen hard for John, fantasizing about him every night. And John's Mom learns that he slept with Gabe, so she threatened to kick him out again--and of course he goes back to Gabe's.

This erotic short story of four thousand words throws you into the world of John and Gabe, and has graphic depictions of facebook stalking, anal sex, oral sex, public sex, and voyeurism.

-- READ AN EXCERPT --

Today, dick in hand, Gabe was going through John's Facebook album entitled Seniorzz, which depicted photos of John’s drunken antics in high school—from TPing a friend's house, to beer pong with friends. And of course, with his second head taking charge, Gabe imagined he was best friends with John, putting himself in every picture.

This time, Gabe imagined that he was just hanging out with John at prom. John had just pulled him aside and asked Gabe if he thought it’d be bad if he ditched his date. Gabe, ever the horny influence, encouraged him to do so.

John promptly went and talked to his date, got splashed in the face with whatever punch the school had set out, and ran over and pulled Gabe by hand into a janitors’ closet. John immediately pulled down Gabe’s pants and started stroking Gabe’s dick.

Nearing climax, pretending that his own hand was actually John’s stroking his shaft, a sudden vibration interrupted Gabe’s proceedings. He emerged from his dream world, glanced at his phone, and saw that it was real life John texting him.

“Hey,” John texted.

Gabe was already too far along, and seeing the text—the first contact outside of class that they’ve had since his sleepover—was enough send him straight over the edge, no more physical contact required.

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