This book will change the way you think about sex. It may even put you off it altogether.
In his full-frontal follow-up to his critically-acclaimed It's a Queer World, Mark Simpson dispenses with the monkey business of sexuality and gets to grips with the organ grinder itself: SEX.
Subjecting our saucy new god to his sacrilegious satire, Simpson sins against every contemporary commandment about doing the nasty: It must be hot. It must be frequent. It must wake the neighbours and it must be Who You Are.
Simpson argues that we all put far too much faith in sex these days, and that in actual fact sex is messy, confusing, frustrating, and ultimately disappointing.
Especially if you're having it with him.
Along the way he gets worked up with Alexis Arquette over Stephen Baldwin's bubble-butt, gets intimate with Dana International, Aiden Shaw and Bruce LaBruce, and - very gingerly - confronts Henry Rollins with those 'gay' rumours.