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Love, Sal epub ebook

by Sal Iacopelli,Phil Foglio

Love, Sal epub ebook

Author: Sal Iacopelli,Phil Foglio
Category: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Greenery Press (CA); 1st edition (September 1, 2000)
Pages: 200 pages
ISBN: 1890159247
ISBN13: 978-1890159245
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 508
Other formats: doc lrf lit lrf


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Reviews (7)
Ochach
What a great book! - read it in one sitting. Ok, OK, the S/M stuff was very compelling, but the stuff about friendship, living with AIDS and the relationship with that little kid Max was so interesting. I thought when I started out it would be a nutty kind of sexual trip but it opens up to a world so complex, funny and insightful that it blew my mind. What a life! The juxtaposition of raunchy and touching events is so poignant and deep, it really made me reflect on the contradictions of my own life. Wasn't so crazy about the illustrations, though. But hey, I don't buy books for the pictures.

Mardin
Okay, I did his web site... but one reason it was such fun to do was the nature of the material in "Love Sal". Here Sal provides a look at the generally misunderstood, often frustrating but always erotic life of those into the kinky side of life.
Not everyone will experience the kinds of things Sal writes about, especially if you've never explored the leather lifestyle in that fantasyland called San Francisco. But anyone who has been active in the leather community will chuckle at the recounts of domination and submission gone awry and smile at the simple romance of it all. Think you missed out on leather in the 70's? Sal shows us that its still alive and well in "The City" and still as fun and annoying as it always has been.
I recommend Love Sal, especially for those who are a bit disgruntled about their involvement in the community today. It will cause you to laugh and cry at the familiararity of it all and will help you to see that, for all it's annoyances, being into kink is who we are...and life wouldn't be the same without the experience of it!

BlackBerry
Yes, letters. This is the story of Sal's life for three years in San Francisco told through a series of letters written to his friend, Tim, who has remained in Chicago. We see life in the gay ghettos, in the gay bars, in the workplace, and in many other venues as Sal explores his new home and makes friends and has relationships none of which turn out very well. Roommates are downers too but hey that happens a lot in reallife. If you want some insight into a gay man's life at the end of the 20th century this book will give you great insights.

Pooker
As a straight woman and new at-home mother, my world is as far removed from the life of one Sal Iacopelli in 3 years of San Francisco living. Yet, I found myself positively gripped from page one. This book is an unequivocal, hysterical, touching, remarkable, harrowing, intense, raunchy, exhilirating, sweet sweet trip that should be required reading for ANYONE with human running through their veins. One quarter through the book,you KNOW Sal. By the middle of the book, you're cheering for him like nobody's business. Three quarters through the book you love Sal and by the end of the book you are completely on his side even through ever-[grumpy] scenes like when he's barely able to take his eyes off the tv while his ex-lover chokes on a piece of food.
Sal's wit, riotous humor, and delicious power for description make him come alive for the reader and convert the book into potato chips you just can't stop eating. Some of my personal favorites: "Everybody surfin', Paxil USA" "Disaster Coordinator" "You don't know my pain" "Jesus Crucified Christ" "yeesh!" "Oh, those long, piano-strengthened fingers" "...a volatile collection of 25 queers and dykes..." "...sort of...Deliverance looking..."
And on and on it goes like that. Buy it for yourself, for a friend, you/they will devour it in one very gratified sitting.

Gralinda
I found this book so mesmerizing. From the moment I picked up "Love, Sal" I was hooked. Sal writes in such an honest way that you are immediately captured and taken into his world. And what a world he lived for those 3 years in San Francisco. Through his letters to his friend Tim we are guided through raunchy S/M clubs, with names like "Suck Hole", shown the pain and passion of his Master/slave boy relationship with DaddyPete. We slip through bathroom stalls where urine doesn't always end up in the urinal and then we are wisked away to a tender moment between Sal and a one year old child. He takes us with him when his HIV status changes to AIDS, but then makes us laugh with a dyke/dildo fantasy. Sal sweeps you to parties with Bear daddies, to work with dykes and to bed with quite a variety of men. However, through all his relationships and unbelievably crazy encounters, there is humor and honesty, reflection and control. Sal lets us hear his thoughts, understand his fears and live his fantasies. Join the fun and read "Love, Sal". It's quite an adventure.

Lcena
This little book garnered a big reaction from me. Sal's honesty in relating his experiences, motives, failings, triumphs and tragedies kept me turning pages like the best novels do. Of course, everybody likes reading somebody else's mail, but Sal's fearlessness and humor evoked that rarest of all biographical achievements: I genuinely *cared* what happened to him after the end of the book.
Sure, some of the details of his adventures in the San Francisco gay leather scene may be shocking to some. Sure, he isn't always kind to all of the people in his life. Sure, he doesn't always come across as the guy you'd want to bring home to meet Mom and Dad. But he is *honest* about all of it, and that makes it a most compelling, thoughtful, and moving tale of personal exploration and (dare I say it?) growth.
Hetero or homo, kinky or straight, male or female: read this book and you will glimpse a world relatively few people know and be reminded of the humanity, hope, and vulnerability that we _all_ share.

ALAN
I worked with Sal for a short time prior to his departure from San Francisco. I sure miss his company but after reading "Love, Sal" it's like he's back in town! His writing is from the heart as he describes his many adventures throughout San Francisco with his encounters and the people that touched his life such as Sher, Irl, and Max! If you like to read about sexual adventures then get this book! Sal knows how to bring it home in reality.
Congratulations Sal!!

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