Sunday, August 7, 2016

Stories from The Real Story Safe Sex Project from Jamie Fessenden and Matthew Aaron Browning

The Real Story Safe Sex Project, spearheaded by Brent Hartinger, is gathering up stories and blog posts promoting condom use. Many talented authors have contributed stories to this worthy project. We've had spotlights on other stories in this project (check herehere, here, and here), and some of my favorite authors have contributed new ones.

Every author has a different take on this message, and everyone has something valuable to add. Please read and forward the stories to anyone and everyone you know who needs to protect themselves, male and female alike. Thank you, authors, for making these stories free to all. Because that old ounce of prevention is really worth a pound of cure, or a ton of battle.

Bryan thinks Todd Coleman is the hottest guy in school, so when Todd confesses to him that he would like to experiment with Bryan, it's like a dream come true. Their relationship soon develops into something more for both of them, but Bryan's insistence that they stay safe irritates Todd. One night, when the only condom they have breaks, the resulting fallout causes Bryan to realize sticking to his guns may cost him the best relationship he's ever had.


Oh, to be young and subject to peer pressure. Jamie Fessenden gives us young men full of bravado and horniness. Once again the tough thing to do is the right thing to do.

Find it on Amazon.


Teenager Alexander Pratt's first trip to a gay bar leads to a night of new experiences and big decisions that impact his life in ways he can't even imagine. A prequel to the forthcoming novel "Welcome to Straightville," this story is part of the Real Story Safe Sex Project. Warning: Contains adult language and explicit sexual content.

Some exploring, some heartbreak, and some standing your ground. Plus the promise of a full story on what comes next in Alexander's life. 

Read at Amazon.

Find these and all the stories in the Safe Sex Project here. Enjoy, be happy, be safe.

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