By Kent Oswald
At seventy-three years, seven months, Stephens Mastins participated in his first homosexual coupling. Although it paled compared to his imaginings of two people of the same gender engaging intimately, he was glad to have waited to accumulate the necessary funds. It took significant money to convince two women domestic partners, his neighbors, to join him in his bed for a night — accepting their clear interest only in earning enough to pay for their surrogate baby — but the happiness on their faces as they walked from him with their check provided more joy than any orgasm in his history.
Kent Oswald teaches and types in NYC, “sometimes for fun, rarely for enough profit.”