Cary Alan Johnson — an HIV-positive author, activist, Africanist, and founder of several charitable groups — recounts his sexual and personal awakening ifour decades ago in New York City, in the days right before AIDS, in his new memoir Desire Lines.
Read a juicy excerpt here:When it comes to getting screwed, Zogby says you’ve gotta want it. According to Zogby, if you can weather those initial moments of searing intensity (I literally saw stars the first time), then the pain of penetration transforms into a singular and exquisite pleasure.
But since that night at the lake with Abdul, I guess I haven’t wanted it that bad. Sure, I think about what it would be like to give that part of me to somebody again.
But for now, I guess I’m a top pending further investigation.Tall, beefy, and brown, I give the people what they want. You’d be surprised how many White dudes fantasize about a Mandingo warrior stepping out of the jungle and into their bedrooms and aren’t afraid to tell you.