Thoughts on Love, Sex, Kink, and Gay Romance Novels

Tying the knot…

… in a more figurative way this time.

I can’t express how thrilled I am at today’s US Supreme Court ruling on marriage equality.

I look forward to the day when the contemporary gay romances I’m now reading are firmly in the historical category, not because of clothes, technology or settings, but because the kind of bigotry and obstacles often faced and portrayed seem so outdated and unthinkable. That day is coming and today was one giant step in that direction.

Congratulations everyone!

And in celebration of the day, here are some reviews for some relevant warm and fuzzy reading:

I Do Anthology

Marriage by Cardeno C

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