A few years ago Richard, Tony, and Tiff each found themselves at a crossroads in life. The three of them formed a close friendship. With benefits. How does such a queer friendship weather the test of time? Can it?
Colorado has 54 mountains over 14,000 feet high and this weekend Aaron and Seth plan to climb one of them. Their goal is to reach the summit of Torreys Peak via the infamous route up Dead Dog Couloir. Aaron’s sure they’re prepared for whatever challenges the mountain holds. Seth has less experience, but he trusts Aaron to get him safely up to the summit and back down. They both make choices along the way that teach them about themselves and one another.
Joey is in a rut and his friend Rico is convinced that all he needs is a night of great sex to turn his life around. Rico has the perfect plan to hook his friend up for the night. What could possibly go wrong?
At 40 Garrett is diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. It's manageable, barely, if he strips his life of any form of excitement. But how can he be expected to keep his heart rate down when the receptionist in his doctor's office insists on flirting with him?
Emily and Greg find one another on a Saturday night in a bar in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. They’re the straightest people in the place and also, possibly, the queerest. The story tracks two people who share a love of crossing outside their gender and playing outside gender norms. The Exchange was written collaboratively by carringtonrj and Percy. Each author’s sections to be attributed in the chapter notes.
Tango and Hudson share an explosive one night stand, but Tango slips away in the early morning hours. Is Hudson up to the challenge of tracking Tango down? Are either of them up to the challenge of a relationship that lasts longer than one night?