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Kwon and Garth Greenwell. The collection contains a diverse selection of writing races, ethnicities, gender identities and sexualities of all types are represented but, strangely, its portrait of kink itself is relatively uniform nearly all the stories take kink to mean B. Do I participate? Alexander Chee, in a story about a successful Friendster date, writes movingly about kink as a measure of progress, the first step toward yourself.
He wanted me to be the person I felt myself becoming now. So long as they are playing, two people are totally able and listening to each other.
Some stories, like handcuffs, are sturdier than others. Many are flimsy and ineffective, relying too much on an obvious exchange of power, or keeping the concept of kink on too short a leash. Still, stories by Roxane Gay and Brandon Taylor each stayed with me after reading: Gay elegantly writes about the depths — the emotional plunge — of kink; Taylor wittily moves through its complications. Garth Greenwell wrote the only story, for all my sexual aptitude, that made me squawk out loud. His story, a sprawling, moving, upsetting, confusing, exciting tale of submission, domination and resolution, portrays the hunger that we all must feed — through kink, through sex, through whatever intimacy works for us.
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