OR HOW I LEARNED TO LOVE THE SUBVERSIVE, TRANSGRESSIVE AND LIBERATED GAY-ADULT NOVELS OF THE 1970S: AN INTRODUCTION
Times Square was a lot worse in the 1980s than it ever was in the 1970s, but this was all before it was gentrified the way many areas of the city now are. Were you even really alive during the 1970s or 1980s? It was not this way for us bisexual and gay men in or around NYC or the larger Northeast, or in most large cities in the USA.
The author has narcissistic personality disorder, and tends to ignore and gloss over LGB/LGBT history as well as real life in and around NYC and the USA.
1. You are not a gay or bisexual man, so please do not speak for us or the larger LGB/LGBT community, or our history.
2.There were many 'mainstream' novels that were written about, by, and for us bisexual and gay men in the 1960s-1980s, and characters in TV and film who were gay and bisexual men.
3. Many of these writers were bisexual men, some were gay, and others were heterosexual men, and a super tiny minority were heterosexual women. They were written for fast $ and not for political reasons, activism, representational reasons, to be subversive, transgressive, actual literature, for liberation, etc.