|Linz writes: |
Youth, said Oscar Wilde, is wasted on the young. ... Still, ... don’t write the elderly off. (In the contemporary gay world, that’s anyone over twenty-one.) Flip musings above notwithstanding, the geriatric have much to proffer from which youth can profit, even if they’re not top of any nubile list for bedroom delights. ... Chris Sciabarra began his groundbreaking Trilogy at the dialectically correct age of sixty-six and completed it at ninety-nine.
I'm glad Linz mentions Wilde in this context; now people know my secret. These, ahem, youthful looks are covering up the "Dr. Diabolical Dialectical" essence. (As for "bedroom delights": I still do everything in threes...)
(Edited by sciabarra on 10/03, 4:19am)