How To Rape A Straight Guy

Adult Taboo Erotica
Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
Curt thinks he's found the perfect way to take revenge on the world for treating him like a dog...and now he’s out to do some damage. Even if it kills him. More
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About Kyle Michel Sullivan

I am a writer and self-involved artist out to change the world until it changes has already happened in far too many ways.

I have written books that range from sunshine and light (David Martin) to cold and dark (How To Rape A Straight Guy, which has been banned a couple of times) to flat out crazy (The Lyons' Den) to mainstream (The Alice '65). I have ventured into SF-Horror-Suspense with The Beast in the Nothing Room and taken Capitalism to its logical extreme in Hunter. I've also written murder mysteries (Rape in Holding Cell 6, The Vanishing of Owen Taylor, and Underground Guy). I've just begun a gay vampire series titled Blood Angel, that will be in seven e-book parts. All contain strong romantic entanglements.

Currently, I am working to complete A Place of Safety, my Irish novel.

I try to build characters as vivid and real as possible and have a lot of fun doing it mixed with angst, anger, and amazement ... but that's the lot of a writer.

My paperbacks and hardcovers are available through Amazon, B&N and any independent book shop.

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Reviews of How To Rape A Straight Guy by Kyle Michel Sullivan

Suz reviewed on Aug. 2, 2022

A confused and angry character, a riveting read. The writing was amazing, as were the characters. I consider this an unforgettable story.
(reviewed 24 days after purchase)
Hello1234ttyl reviewed on March 25, 2020

I was surprised at how good this was. I hate to say it but I felt bad for Curt. He did a lot of messed up things but he was dealt a really bad hand from the beginning. I wasn’t surprised by the ending it was the only place for it to go but I’m glad what he did for the cop. This was my first book by this author so now I’m off to read the rest of his books.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Luna Solaris reviewed on Aug. 21, 2015

Despite this being so short, I think it's the best 2 bucks I've ever spent.
A good deal from

I'm not sure what it says about me, that I enjoyed this book through and through.
And that I didn't even hate Curt. I felt sorry for him, because in some fucked up manner, I could almost relate.
Or at least understand.
Nothing excuses the things he's done, in prison or outside of it. And I really don't like excusing people with the "if you kick a dog..." bullshit.
Because I've been kicked. I've been down. The system has not been in my favor. But then again, maybe I haven't been kicked hard enough.
And despite everything, I couldn't help but feel sad and sorry for what he's been through. Nobody's ever given him a chance. Nobody cares about cons in America. No matter what their offense was. The point is not to rehabilitate, but to punish. And that's what he got.
Who was there to show this man compassion? To teach him it's ok to be himself, that wanting certain things is ok, that making mistakes is ok. When nobody gives a shit about you, why would you give a shit about anybody?
Instead, minor offenses turned into a life of crime. In his case, he was definitely the product of a faulty, corrupt system.

The tone of this story was spot on.
I could feel the anger, the urgency, the confusion.
The pace was hectic, and it didn't stop until the dramatic climax.

I think that early on, we get a sense of Curt's inclinations, even though he doesn't want to admit it.
He keeps saying, "I'm straight, it's just for control/release".
And then he gets a lot more than he bargained for.

The ending wasn't a complete surprise to me. I pretty much figured out it was going to be this way, because what other way was there, really?

But what surprised me about it, is how ok it felt. Almost like a happy ending.
Curt was at peace with himself. He wasn't so angry anymore. He felt like he could connect with his fellow men. He got a long stretch, but I don't think it's going to be too bad for him...


All in all, this work is more than the sum of its parts, which as the title implies - is rape.
It is graphic though, but that's the point.

[originally written for goodreads]
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Sasha Peterson reviewed on April 16, 2014

How To Rape A Straight Guy has to be one of the strangest books that I've read, which is saying a lot, because I read a lot of off-the-wall stuff.

The weird thing was, there was a point where I thought this would be a DNF for me. The narrator, Curt, is not a person I liked. I didn't like the way he talked, I didn't like that he was a total asshole to pretty much everyone, and I didn't like that he wasn't gay, but found enjoyment is, literally, raping straight guys. It was really hard to imagine how Curt could possibly redeem himself. I kept reading mostly because he found himself in a gigantic mess that hooked me hard, and in the middle of the mess he discovers an odd and unfamiliar compassion for others.

So. Good characterization, an interesting conflict, and character growth. All the elements of a good book, and at the conclusion I felt that I'd invested my time in a satisfying read.

This will be nothing like you expect, but sometimes one of the most charming things about reading is learning about someone who is very different from yourself.
(reviewed 33 days after purchase)

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