Guilt can cut more than one way, and in that first man-man sexual experience, it can apply to both men, and it can creep in slowly for the initially innocent one, with both the guilt and crossing of the barrier into that first act building from innocence to not knowing how it happened but not regretting that it did. In Witness for the Prosecution, a young man has been coerced and carefully trained to testify in the trial of a sexually predatory doctor, who is misusing his profession to trap and deflower young men. But as well trained as the young man has been in helping to convict the doctor, he cannot escape his own share in the guilt—or deny that his first experience hasn’t changed his life forever. As the reader follows the step-by-step progression of the young man’s innocence across the barrier for the first time, the courtroom testimony and the young man’s inner thoughts combine to inform the reader’s understanding. The reader becomes the jury. Who is guilty . . . and of what?
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Published November 25, 2010
by Excessica Publishing.
Erotica, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction.