Author Archives: nickthiwerspoon

El Rocio – by Chuck Teixeira

Originally posted on Gay Flash Fiction:
(c) Chuck Teixeira, 2017 Miquel, my Venezuelan jefe, was drop-dead gorgeous.  He had not come to Colombia as a refugee – he had merely seized an opportunity outside his country despite his mother’s reluctance…

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My Father Cringes When He Sees Kyle Hold My Hand – by Andres Fragoso, Jr.

Originally posted on Gay Flash Fiction:
(c) Andres Fragoso, Jr., 2017 Barefoot I stand over the edge of the pool. Water swells beneath waiting for my soul. I look ahead. My father cringes when he sees Kyle hold my hand.…

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VOTE YES ON SAME SEX MARRIAGE

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Glitter me Smitten – by Madison Lawson

Originally posted on Gay Flash Fiction:
The first thing you notice is glitter. Glitter everywhere. Yes, that sounds cliché and annoying, but it’s actually fun. It encompasses the entire celebration. It’s light and bright. It flies through the air, traveling…

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Beyond Fresno – by Chuck Teixeira

Originally posted on Gay Flash Fiction:
? (c) 2016 Chuck Teixeira This story was supposed to encourage – if not you — an older friend of yours.  Maybe much older.  Too old to be in a love story.  But not too…

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Little Boy Blue – by Alex Hogan

Originally posted on Gay Flash Fiction:
(c) Alex Hogan, 2006 ? “Where is that boy?  He should be mucking out the stables.  He’s probably asleep behind the hay, like little boy blue.  Beth, go find him and send him here.”…

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Jennifer – by Michael Ampersant

Originally posted on Gay Flash Fiction:
(c) Michael Ampersant, 2016 by Jennifer The town house was located in an off-center residential street of Amsterdam inside its own red-light bubble: Blue Boys said the neon-sign on the façade. Jeffrey was one…

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