Another scorching story of gender-bending, sex, and the quest for freedom from the Lambda Award winning Mykola Dementiuk at his best. Turning tricks can be a very dangerous profession -- especially when you're a male crossdresser trying to come on to guys as a hooking female. Your outward appearance may be sweet and feminine but the rest of you can easily end up square in the crosshairs of some crazy closet case.
...And passing as a female, well, very hard to do -- yet Connie was made for just that. Being a small framed boy at the age of nineteen and getting all dressed up, she could easily pass as a hard-on inducer on the Chicago streets, the men going after her as much as she led them on. Her pretense at being naive and innocent, almost under age and pleading, "But sir, I have never sucked one before, I might do it wrong," only led her to be prodded to her knees and give them a blow-job, pretending to be tricked into doing just that for a few dollars but which was her original intent anyway, the men satisfied as they'd zipper up and scurry off while Connie would just get up and go on to the next unsuspecting customer...
About the Author
Mick Mykola Dementiuk was born in 1949 of Ukrainian parents in a West German DP camp, immigrating to America when he was two. After Catholic grade school & public high school in New York City, with trips to Times Square where he found his sexual life, he eventually graduated from Columbia University in 1984.
A writer with varied employment, from gyro seller at Lollapalooza to roustabout at the Big Apple Circus, Mykola helped create the magic of Cirque du Soleil performances of Alegria in Santa Monica, Chicago, Washington DC, Boston, and New York with his electrical work.
After suffering a massive debilitating stroke in 1997, Mykola eventually returned to writing, using one finger to free the fantasies and deeply psychological stories from his mind.
“Mick Dementiuk writes stories of the day when Times Square was all about sex, drugs, and cold spit ... about coming of age inside the just-burgeoning hardcore movie houses of the 1960s. It's... vivid. Harsh, real, and yes, erotic." --Susie Bright.