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GIRLS LIKE GIRLS by Peter Nolan Smith

The political situation in Bangkok had gotten out of control in 2010. The red shirts controlled the city. The police did nothing. People called them daeng moh or watermelon. They were red on the inside. Thaksin was a fellow cop. The Army was in the hands of the old elite or phuu laak maak dee. […]

Women Only In Sweden

Men like to joke that they are lesbians. “I only like to watch.” Lesbians don’t find this humor funny and I’ve stopped saying it, but rejecting my lesbian persona hasn’t stopped the overwhelming percentage of the world’s male population from fantasizing about the existence of an all-women world like those 1960s science-fiction movies such as […]

Whence Comes the Storm

In 1978 I lived on East 10th Street with my girlfriend, a hillbilly from West Virginia. Our apartment was on the 3rd floor. The bedroom was situated on the airshaft. An actor friend lived with his girlfriend two flights up from us. Every night the building shivered with the screams of a woman in orgasm. […]

Whence Comes the Storm

In 1978 I lived on East 10th Street with my girlfriend, a hillbilly from West Virginia. The bedroom of our 3rd floor apartment was situated on the airshaft. An actor friend lived on the 5th floor. Every night the building shivered with the screams of a woman in orgasm. This cascade of cries of ‘oh […]

15 Minutes For A Nobody

In 1968 Warhol wrote that “In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes.” for a catalogue of his work in Sweden. Eleven years later Warhol crowed the triumph of his prediction by saying, “My prediction from the sixties finally came true: In the future everyone will be famous for 15 minutes.” The statement […]