Almost-But-Not-Quite Cuddling: Ian and Dima in Xanadu

Dima’s eyes melt: Moon over Berlin, B1C11

“Hey, look at that!” Ian shouted. “Smoke!”

He grabbed Dima’s wrist and ran, scattering small bits of gravel up off the path. He wanted to forget about the beggar and the llama, and about the look of shocked judgement his Russian friend had shot him.

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Collected Writings. Stories and ramblings from a long-time LGBTQ thinker and activist.

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James Finn is a columnist for the LA Blade, a former Air Force intelligence analyst, an alumnus of Act Up NY, and an agented but unpublished novelist.

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