Porno Manifesto

Adult Erotica
When Alec learned who his gay-bashers were, he decided the best revenge would be one they never see coming...and which they help happen...and would be served hot, not cold. More
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About Kyle Michel Sullivan

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

He has 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"). He has now ventured into SF-Horror-Suspense with "The Beast in the Nothing Room" and taken Capitalism to its logical extreme in "Hunter".

He is now working to complete "A Place of Safety", his Irish novel, using Tolstoy as his guide, and is trying to build characters as vivid and real as possible. He has a lot of fun doing it mixed with angst, anger, and amazement ... but that's the lot of a writer.

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Brina Brady reviewed on June 2, 2019
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Porno Manifesto by Kyle Michel Sullivan is the first book I’ve read by this author. I selfishly read the entire book in less than two night. It’s one the “can’t put ‘em down” books. When I say nights, I mean into the morning. It was that good.

This story was about Alec Presslea who was gay-bashed and ended up in the hospital. This incident really reinforced what it means to be gay in cruel society. His dealing with the police soured so he decided to find out who hurt him so badly. The story moves along his investigation, and we learned how deeply he was broken.

I don’t want to tell you what he does and how it ends. You’ll have to read the book. All I can say, I found myself approving of Alec’s thoughts and actions. He was very convincing. He was so angry that other people including those, who are sworn, to protect treated him with distain and hate. It was okay for frat boys to attack him and attempt to kill because he was gay. It got more complicated when there was another layer of mystery why the police didn’t help him.

He convinced himself that the world thought he was sick and perverted and didn’t deserve the same rights as others. This made him fight to show them what he thought of being a second-class citizen. He wasn’t going to be just another abused gay man. He took responsibility was for his revenge and punishment for his attackers. It’s a great read
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