|Source Title||Author||Description||Free sample|
|Cold Foam - Sarah||Christian St. Croix||
Sarah loves sweetened cold foam on her coffee, voted for Hillary Clinton and just called the police on a Black man at Starbucks.
|DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN EVOLUTION - Mo||Rae Binstock||
A not-so-subtle lesbian diatribe against intolerance, New York, and Hillary Clinton.
|DISPOSABLE NECESSITIES - Al||Neil McGowan||
A 22nd Century wife (in a man's body) attempts to convince her husband to accept her plan for their family.
|Familiarity Bleeds Contempt||Annie Dawid||
A woman feels the barbs of unconditional love more keenly than the abuse she withstood for so many years.
|Ghosted - 20 Something [EXPLICIT]||Asher Wyndham||
'20-Something', a ghosting victim, confronts a former lover. For Adults Only.
|Go Jump in a Lake - Sam||Starr Rose Williams||
Meeting with an ex, Sam describes exactly why they're soaking wet.
|PATRICIA HIGHSMITH - We Are Not Lesbians - Patricia||Hope Lindsay||
Patricia Highsmith loves women.
|PERFORMING ANNIE OAKLEY - Breathe - Annie||John L. Gronbeck-Tedesco||
Annie Oakley speaks of her past and her first great teacher, her father.
|PERFORMING ANNIE OAKLEY - See! - Annie||John L. Gronbeck-Tedesco||
Annie Oakley wants the audience to see and understand the world the way she does.
|PERFORMING ANNIE OAKLEY - The Queen of England - Annie||John L. Gronbeck-Tedesco||
A young Annie Oakley acquires the manner and mannerisms of a Victorian lady for her public performances from the Queen herself.
|PERFORMING ANNIE OAKLEY - The Vote - Annie||John L. Gronbeck-Tedesco||
Annie Oakley makes an insightful connection between shooting and voting.
|Sex Ed - Prostitute||Gaby Messino||
A prostitute describes a disturbing encounter with someone from her/his past.
|SING ME TO THE OTHER SIDE - Sweet Dreams, Sugar - Katie||Gwen Flager||
Katie confesses the reason she became a nurse to her serious injured younger sister Chrissy.
|The Finality of Tits - Blue||Avery Kester||
A young person is forced to face their inner demons about their own gender.
|TOMORROW GAME - Bell||Brandy N. Carie||
In a post-apocalyptic wasteland, Bell struggles to live and not just survive.
|You Were There - Person||Bectoria Stafford||
A recovering addict gives thanks.