This is a rare unread vintage and out of print copy of LEATHER RAPED (MB-3) written in 1981 and published and distributed by STAR DISTRIBUTORS for their MACHO BOOK series. This SOFTCOVER book is 188 pages long. See photos for condition.
The young kid was just surrounded by men. His name was Tommy and he was young and he was going to get it. He was naked. The men were clothed. They wanted to have some fun with Tommy. They wanted to use him to satisfy their cocks.
Alright, kid, get in that bathtub," one of the men growled.
It was dark in the club. It was dark and it was dank and it was full of men. Men in leather. Men with hard cocks and swinging balls.
Men who were looking to pig out with other men. Or with a kid. A real good looking all American stoned kid. Ready to love the night.
Ready to enter the buzzing world of mansex, never to come back.
Tommy looked up at all the men around him. Wherever he looked he saw cocks, cocks of all shapes and sizes, most of them huge monster mancocks, and he saw balls, balls hanging down low between men's legs, sweaty and hairy balls.
And there was the smell of leather, that bittersweet smell that fills the nostrils and causes the knees to go weak.
Tommy looked up at all those cocks and all those balls. He wanted them, he wanted them all. Tommy didn't know what was happening to him and he didn't really care. All he knew was that he wanted cock, and lots of it.
"Let's start to piss on the kid, let's show him how men act in this town. This is New York and we're the hottest men in the world.
Let him have some piss, men," the dude growled.
And then it started to come, the piss. First one cock and then another let loose with a fat spray of the steaming yellow liquid.“
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF LGBT PULP PAPERBACK BOOKS
Gay pulp paperbacks existed before the 1960's, but their popularity and distribution were limited. This was despite the explosion of cheap paperbacks after World War II.
While lax censorship due to the vast output of publishers and the perceived "low-brow" nature of pulp fiction allowed for some homosexual themes or subtexts, most gay pulp novels were rare. This was unlike lesbian pulp novels, which found mainstream appeal with both women and men.
Earlier stories or novels on gay themes had to be disguised as respectable works. This typically involved bisexual protagonists who either overcame their "affliction" or succumbed to it, resulting in social and professional ruin or death.
With the rise of gay paperbacks and the decline of publisher censorship, authors began to explore a wider range of subject matter. To appeal to their growing readership and stand out in the competitive market, publishers adopted specialized genres such as, Older and younger men together, Interracial relationships, BDSM and roleplaying tropes that bikers, sailors, and soldiers.
While sexuality remained the central theme of many gay paperbacks, some also began to incorporate additional dimensions, such as genre conventions and/or diverse settings including Westerns, Detective fiction, Spy thrillers, War stories and Prison tales. Richard Amory's hugely popular and influential Loon Trilogy, set in the Old West and featuring Native American characters.
Much of the cover art on gay pulp novels is amateurish and likely produced quickly, but there are also notable covers, some clearly inspired by the iconic gay illustrator TOM OF FINLAND. Other significant artists of the period include gay illustrators REX, CRAIG ESPOSITO, HARRY BUSH, ADAM, and CARL CORLEY, as well as mainstream illustrators ROBERT BONFILS, BILL ALEXANDER and GENE BILBREW.
Due to recent delivery issues with the USPS I now ship all magazines, digests and paperback books via Priority Mail. $100 of insurance is included in this price. I’m selling my collection of vintage 1950-1980s gay pulp paperback novels, pictorial & hardcore magazines, physique photography, magazines, artwork & other LGBTQ ephemera.