The Manly Art of Seduction: How to Meet, Speak to, and Become Intimate with Anyone

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The Manly Art of Seduction is a radical, transforming book about establishing a relationship with the core of your inner self that allows you to bring other men into it. It's about the nuts-and-bolts of meeting guys, initiating actions, understanding male thinking, dealing with rejection and fear, staying true to yourself, and bringing sexual heat, passion, and honesty into your life. More

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About Perry Brass

Poet, novelist, and gay activist, Perry Brass has published 15 books including erotic classics like Mirage, Angel Lust, The Substance of God, and Carnal Sacraments, as well as How to Survive Your Own Gay Life. He’s been a finalist 6 times for Lambda Literary Awards, and won two IPPY Awards from Independent Publisher. As an activist, he joined the Gay Liberation Front in 1969, right after Stonewall, and became an editor of Come Out!, the world’s first gay liberation newspaper. His newest book is The Manly Art of Seduction, How to Meet, Talk To, and Become Intimate with Anyone.

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Bill Bowling reviewed on on June 25, 2011

The Manly Art of Seduction is a refreshing book is so many ways.Not only does it take you into the heart of why and how men seek intimacy with each other, it helps you to see that even though eons of teaching and reinforcement drive men away from each other straight across those boundary lines drawn on our psychic landscapes,men still find ways to touch and develop some form of closeness. In fact, men long for it, gay and straight. And every man could learn a few things from this book. I love that the focus is on men making true connections with each other. This is not a sex manual.
The chapters on valor and the self-myth are worth the cost. There's so much more to digest. Bravo, Perry, a good effort. A very good effort indeed.
(reviewed 25 days after purchase)

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