by Liz Greene Here’s some food for thought: According to data collected by Destination: Toast!, the top ten most written about relationships on the fanfiction site, An Archive of Our Own (AO3), are all male/male. Furthermore, male/male is the largest category on AO3 — double the size of its ... Read More about 3 Reasons Why Straight Women Love MM Fiction
by Andrew Heikkila To commemorate the Stonewall Riots in June of 1969, which sprung up in defense of gay rights and to protest a police raid of the gay club the Stonewall Inn, June has become synonymous with the LGBTQ community as pride month. The President has nationally declared June Pride ... Read More about Pride Month Recap 2016
Who Reads MM Romantic Fiction? - by Tim Youngblood Literature has relished predominance in the envisagement and complexity of emotion, and fascinations that occupy sexual relationships. One could even ... Read More about Who Reads MM Romantic Fiction?
MM Romance in Ancient Times - by Tim Youngblood In ancient times, the concepts of sexuality and gender vastly differed from the binary systems that we know today. Although the sexes of male and female were noted, things like who people were attracted to or how they dressed were fluid and had no ... Read More about MM Romance in Ancient Times
The third book in the Promise trilogy is now available Keep Me Like a Promise Amazon | iBooks | B&N | Smashwords With a wedding in the works, Luke and Brent may finally find the peace they need in their lives. Tad is happy with Marissa, and the gym is more ... Read More about Keep Me Like a Promise by Aria Grace & Kyan Christopher