SEX is nothing more than a game of tennis by Bob Keaton
Sex, drugs and rock ’n roll. A novel about San Francisco in the 1970s. The city emerged as a playground, unlike any other place in the country, for the adventurous and sexually liberated—gay, straight, and anywhere in between—before the dawn of herpes, HIV, and the emergence of the “religious right.”
It was estimated at one point that a thousand newcomers were arriving in San Francisco each week. This story follows the adventures and misadventures of three guys from the conservative South who were among those thousands who flocked to the City by the Bay, leaving everything behind, to start a new life.
Their story is packed with humor, but also poignancy, as they explore the city and themselves and their sexuality in their permissive new environment.
But most of all, it’s an entertaining, fun read. Join them on their adventure.
Chris is searching for his sexual identity and a sense of belonging as he explores the city’s hot singles spots—straight and gay—and its sex clubs. What will he discover about himself?
Jon is a latent hippie, but can he be happy staying stoned and living in a shanty at the beach? Maybe not, after his old girlfriend from back East shows up.
Andy is gay, but can he fit into the city’s more open and sometimes flamboyant gay scene? Will he ever find the life partner he so desperately wants?
A host of colorful supporting characters, men and women, straight and gay, many of whom live in the same apartment building, round out the cast.
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