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The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. Trends in contemporary popular fiction can be as unpredictable as fashion fads.
Nobody expected, for instance, that the gloomy, bespectacled Harry Potter would help resuscitate the ailing book industry any more than Lady Gaga's bizarre looks would help motivate retail sales.
Yet today's newest publishing trend is as out in left field as Potter and Gaga once were. Over the past year, man-on-man romantic fiction - books featuring two male protagonists engaged in a sexual or emotional relationship with each other - has taken a significant bite out of one of publishing's biggest markets. Even Harlequin - the most profitable and old-fashioned romance fiction house in the world - has recently started to publish same-sex love stories via the company's digital imprint, Carina Press.
What's most surprising, though, are the types of readers the books have hooked: Straight, married women are among the genre's top fans. That may be because the authors, such as Iowa's Heidi Cullinan, a year-old suburban mother of two, are frequently heterosexual females, too. Cullinan has penned such recent works as the popular gay romance Double Blind and the homoerotic fantasy Miles and The Magic Flute.
Cullinan's hunch was right. Her first book, last year's Special Delivery, not only sold well enough to help her pay off a chunk of her student loan, but swiftly led to commissions to turn out a pair of sequels.
Special Delivery focuses on a handsome, Iowa-based nurse named Randy and a studly, out-of-state trucker. Cullinan's publisher, Dreamspinner Press, clearly saw the potential of the genre, but it hasn't been the only one. I can't keep up," she says.
Erastes, who has been married to a man for more than 15 years and is director of the Erotic Authors Association, writes historical fiction that focuses on closeted men who are fearful of getting caught in the act. One of her biggest-selling novels, Frost Fair, is set in and tells the story of Gideon Frost, a printer and covert part-time prostitute who carries on a secret affair with a wealthy ruffian named Joshua Redfern. The unattainable is what makes these books so desirable and many straight women are now willing to investigate their own sexual curiosities.
Erastes offers a lighter take. She has to be a blue stocking or some sort of slave abolitionist or supremely feisty. With gay historicals, I feel you have the option to break the stereotypes and have your protagonists go off on swashbuckling adventures as well as unpredictable romances. Unlike Erastes and Cullinan, author Alex Beecroft's motivation for writing about the love that dared not speak its name has little to do with advocacy or adventure.
The year-old Irish mother of two, who currently lives in Cambridge, England, admits that writing queer content addresses what she calls her own "layered sexuality. I am writing about all the fantasies I have had since I hit puberty.
There is an element of women's sexuality that has not been able to express itself for such a long time. These books allow that for me and the reader. Are people ignoring the other pages? As the world's largest retailer and the place that dictates whether romance novels graduate to bestsellerdom, Wal-Mart has had a history of banning products that rock the status quo.
Even so, Walcott of the University of Toronto suggests that it won't be long before you can throw titles by Beecroft, Cullinan and Erastes into your cart along with your cereal and personal hygiene products. This is a space where subscribers can engage with each other and Globe staff.
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So females put a lot of emphasis on making judicious mate choices. Of course, college students aren't thinking about judicious mate choices when they grab someone cute to snog at last call. But evolutionary habits die hard, researchers say. She acknowledges that what's true for college students may not hold for older adults; but, she notes, college students are in their reproductive prime, from an evolutionary if not an emotional standpoint.
Women in the study rate kissing as more important than men do at all stages of a relationship. Men are much more likely to skip to the main event: Men are also much more likely to have sex with someone who's a bad kisser. Nice-looking teeth and lips figure strongly in women's decision whether to kiss someone, and their kissing partner's breath and mouth taste is important. Men, meanwhile, are more concerned with their potential partner's body shape and weight, and they say a good kiss includes their partner making moaning noises.
Men may have an ulterior motive for preferring wetter kisses, Dr. Swapping spit involves an exchange of hormones, and one hormone in male saliva is testosterone, which increases female arousal, thus increasing the chances for sex. One thing men and women seem to agree on: Kissing can nip a relationship in the bud as easily as it can spark a romance. A separate survey conducted by Dr. Gallup found that 59 per cent of men and 66 per cent of women said they'd lost attraction for someone after kissing them for the first time.
Sure, men's and women's kissing styles differ, but "there are more similarities than differences," says Mr. He thinks the psychology researchers may have overlooked one obvious motivation for puckering up: They enjoy it because it feels good. Christian can't argue with the statistics collected by the University at Albany researchers.
Christian complains that an evolutionary approach tends to unfairly paint women as the romantic ones and men as sex-crazed, when in reality it's a bit of both. We're all sensitive people - Marvin Gaye said that, and he was right. Women have a sexual side that's very powerful as well. Gallup and his study co-authors, romance is just another evolved courtship strategy.
As for that fluttery feeling you get when you kiss your beloved? Kissing research remains in its infancy, Dr. Despite humanity's never-ending interest in relationships and sex, the reasons and methods for kissing seem to have escaped scientific scrutiny, until now. Men and women kiss for different reasons and prefer different techniques, according to a recent study of more than 1, college students. More men than women think kissing will end a fight, and men are more likely to have sex without kissing.
When they do pucker up, men prefer their kisses wetter and with more tongue. Researchers say our evolutionary history explains why we make out the way we do. The percentage of participants who said they would have sex with someone without kissing:. When it comes to kissing as a form of reconciliation, the percentage that thought kissing a romantic partner could end a fight:.
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Read our community guidelines here. African and Mideast Business. Does he want to stay married to you? You are living a lie with one man, and pining for another.
I hope you will find other, more worthwhile ways to define yourself. Life is too short! Sex and passion can be fickle and fade, but real love endures. Sam might actually love his wife.
I am in a powerless situation. My boyfriend and I have been together for 10 months. We met at college, and are very happy. We are pursuing different majors.
His mother recently became aware of this and gave him an ultimatum: He can either break up with me, or leave the college and move back home. His mother believes that our relationship is too distracting for him and that he needs to focus only on school. A more appropriate one would have been for him to simply pull his grades up, or leave college. And by the way, if he leaves school, does he get to stay in the relationship with you? Your guy should negotiate by asking his mother to give him a semester to show improvement.
He may need to consider a different major. He should decline to discuss your relationship with his mother. Part of emerging adulthood is learning to self-regulate perhaps limiting your time together so he can get his work done.
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