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“Hot Rods” – A Parody of a Vintage 70s Gay Porn Magazine Shot Entirely on Fire Island

Comedian Greg Scarnici’s latest book is a parody of a vintage 70s gay porn magazine shot entirely on Fire Island. Featuring feathered hair, mustaches, speedos, un-manscaped torsos, striped athletic socks – and, of course – terribly written erotic stories.

Hot Rods features actual porn stars Alex Mecum, Stephen Harte and actors and performers from the New York theatre and arts scene including Ken Barnett and Paul Vance.


The “dirty mag” parody contains 5 pictorials that are accompanied by “erotic” tales that will be sure to titillate your funny bone. Feast your eyes on a Fire Island beach cruising session, a Meat Rack hookup, two lovers enjoying a lazy day, a gym session that works out a few love muscles and a tea room trick that take place at the legendary Ice Palace.

Find your copy only sold here www.gregscarnici.com

Hot Rods is a tongue-in-cheek love letter to the bygone era of printed erotica and a time when style and design seemed to be the main focus of these kinds of magazines… Greg Scarnici’s other books include his debut collection of humorous essays, “I Hope My Mother Doesn’t Read This”, his collection of essays about his experiences on Fire Island, “Dungeons and Drag Queens”, and his parody of Madonna’s infamous SEX book, entitled
SEX IN DRAG.

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING:


“I laughed until I came” – Lady Bunny

“Hot Rods is simultaneously filthy, hilarious, brilliant, and beautiful. A gorgeously shot series of insane unabashed fantasies and a horny trashtastic throwback to those rancidly-written books we hid under our beds in the years before online porn.” – Drew Droege