Short stories tagged with LGBTQ Author

Listing 14 stories.

A lonely young boy navigates his sexually-frustrated mother and closeted gay father's unhappy marriage.

A man in LA meets a younger man online who reminds him of his ex. After a wild night, the two go home together and the man discovers a love for dominating his submissive partner.

Nita, a young millennial in Chicago, decides to record interviews with her hook-ups as part of a sociologically-influenced art project. But when she falls in love with one of her subjects—a woman with an obscure past and a web of scars on her back—Nita finds herself drawn into a supernatural world from which she may never return.

In Bulgaria, two men who met online play submissive and dominant roles in an innitially-consensual sexual encounter that turns into a violent assault.

A young woman grows up without magic in a magical family and society, with strict rules and roles that are often tied to gender. When she sets off on a journey and her adult life begins, she finds her worldview tested—especially when members of her family come out as transgender and begin to transition.

In a small American town beset by frequent disappearances of Dominican American girls that are ignored by police, a teenage girl explores her sexuality and experiences sexual harassment while she saves up to move to Chicago following the death of her father.

In the far future, an alien civilization captures pacifist protesters and, as punishment, turns them into mind-controlled soldiers forced to commit violence. Will they be able to resist the effects of the mind-controlling drug and rebel?

A group of rivers in human form run from the human empire that would enslave them to power their cities, seeking the ocean in hopes that its endless waters will help them destroy their enemies.

Onstage at a club, a lesbian couple perform a sexually explicit act, aroused by a complex ruse they construct using ventriloquism.

In the wake of a life-altering event, Anna has returned to work and written a standard, dry academic graf on self-driving cars—which, in 2042, have become the standard mode of transportation. Her paper's footnotes, however, reveal a tragic story.