The Killer Queens – Epic Gay Sleaze

I consider The Killer Queens to be the possible Holy Grail of gay sleaze. Obviously, this is a subjective opinion, but it definitely ranks very high in the annals of homo pulp fiction for both the incredible title and the art featuring two hot shirtless military homos deep in the jungle, ready for all types of combat.

Aside from its obvious attributes, the opening page quotes Erich Fromme’s The Art of Loving, which is an amusing tie-in, see photo.

THE KILLER QUEENS
“Deadly in battle…Desperate with desire!”
by Michael Scott
Corinth, 1968

Co-Ed Cuties. Girls’ Dormitory – Classic Lesbian Sleaze

GIRLS’ DORMITORY
by Joan Ellis
Midwood, 1963

Some buyers will be disappointed that this fabulous copy of Girls’ Domitory has just been sold, but there are still several amazing vintage examples of lesbian sleaze fiction in the shop and always fun new stuff coming in. Visit the Emporio X shop!

The Unashamed – Warped Desires of Women Who Need No Men – Lesbian Fiction

A wonderful example of midcentury lesbian sleaze fiction. “…love in the shadows and outcast lovers proud of their forbidden passions.”

THE UNASHAMED
March Hastings
Midwood #53, 1960. First Printing.
Warped Desires of Women Who Need No Men

Cond.: GOOD. Mild handling, edge wear. Binding strong, solid.

Browse the shop. >>>> Purchase this gem.

Ed Wood Rarity! The Erotic Spy / Classic 60s Sleaze

A rare find and very collectable title by Ed Wood Jr., writing under the name Abbott Smith.

THE EROTIC SPY
Ed Wood Jr. / Abbott Smith
Pendulum Pictorial – Illustrated with 80 Photos
Pad Library
1968

Ed Wood was noted for having written under many names such as Abbott Smith. His pseudonyms are documented on the Cornell University Library website. More sleaze currently in the shop is HERE.

Condition: Near Mint

STRIP, WENCH … OR DIE!

Amazing vintage 60s pulp sleaze.

In the shop now! Perhaps one of my favorite sleaze titles of all time!

STRIP, WENCH… OR DIE!
Gene Cross
Intimate Edition, 1963.
First Printing.

Cond. Unread; Clean, solid, uncreased, no wear at all. The spine has a mild warping right at the spine edge.