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"It's the part of you that I know best. I have the back of your neck memorized."

From: The Bronze Bitch Flies At Noon
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Jonathan's parents gave him a hundred dollar bill to go get something he wants as a graduation present. What he wants is to lose his viriginity before he graduates. And he wants to lose it with David, the frat boy he shares a lab station with in chemistry class. On the night before graduation, alone in the chemistry lab, the young men strike a bargain. Jonathan has admitted he finds David sexy. David wants an example.

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"If I could define sex, I wouldn't need to give you a hundred dollars"
"Six condoms. You're an optimist.")


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copyright 1998 by Matthew A. Everett


The way you hold her hand. Your girlfriend.
It's sexy. You don't grab her or hold on too tight, but you're not trying to get away either. It's just -- comfortable. Your fingers -- the two of you, the fingers knit together. You're close to each other or you're roaming all spread out but never quite let go. Like it's a part of you. Like breathing.
The back of your neck. It's sexy.
I don't know exactly why. Maybe because I see it all the time in class. Skin. Always exposed. You're vulnerable. It's the part of you that I know best. I have the back of your neck memorized. It's all I could do sometimes not to reach out and touch it.

copyright 1998 by Matthew A. Everett

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