“Gay For Pay: How I Went Queer For Cash With Craigslist” by Vince Rocchi— Making “Ends” Meet

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Rocchi, Vince. “Gay For Pay: How I Went Queer For Cash With Craigslist”, ADS, 2014.

Making “Ends” Meet

Amos Lassen

Here is the story of a straight man who sold his sexual services on Craigslist in order to pay his bills. He shares his story with us and he leaves nothing out or if he does, I doubt it could be any more shocking than what he includes. We learn of the way he arranged his meetings and he gives us quite a look into the psyche of a man who sells his body for money. Some of this is quite shocking while others will find it entertaining.

I did not expect much from the read but I was pleasantly surprised to see how well written this is. There is no real plot and this is just a narrative of some sixty pages about the author’s experiences selling sex and it is written without pretense or polish and even with the good writing there are spelling errors—however once into the narrative, they do not really matter. It seems to me that it is an honest retelling of the author’s life as a male whore.

There are several stories and some of them are quite stimulating and if you enjoy reading about straight guys participating in gay sex them then this is definitely for you. I suppose he did not make as much money as he wanted so he wrote this to bring in a little more.

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