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The Mansized Anthologies. Edited and designed to put real stories back into Gay Erotica. No twinks, no Fratboys, no College jocks, & no weird nerds seeking revenge. Just good storytelling, with hot action, with characters who are as diverse as their stories. Mansized Anthologies contains a mixture of themes including historical, interracial, contemporary, mild BDSM and general good fun.

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