Would be glad to answer your question. First of all, you definitely have to check out Giovanni’s Room, by James Baldwin. A pretty famous piece of work, that is. It’s about a French man who’s in relationship with this Goivanni. It’s importance is in showing the many difficulties and complications in which gay men have to manage their identity, finding the place in the world that doesn’t want them to exist.
Another rather interesting piece is The Rules of Attraction, by Bret Easton Ellis. In this novel – Ellis’ most famous work – the center of attention is a group of rich college students who like to do drugs, have sex, and get into some trouble. There is a bisexual, Paul Denton, and he is in love with Sean Bateman, who in turn is a drug dealer. There is much ambiguity to that story, as the latter is a straight guy. It all turn out to be interesting it the end. That’s the two of the books I’ve read on the subject. If you like gay literature, and good literature in general, you should try http://mygaysites.com/gay-erotic-stories-sites – there are many great stories, with the new stuff coming out every week, and also critique on some of the classics. I hope my answer was helpful. Best wishes!
I’ve recently rediscovered my love for erotica and was wondering where I could find quality stories to read. I know nifty.org is a good site, but the problem with it is that (to my knowledge) it does not have an option to sort stories by rating, so I can’t pick out the highest rated and best quality stories to read. There’s r/gayerotica but that looks terribly inactive. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.