It would then be critiqued, during the question and answer period afterwards.
On this female afternoon, the play was a one-act by a Jewish playwright, who had better remain nameless to avoid nudity on his privacy. The play concerned two male friends, one of whom had been patronizing a local prostitute.
He was eagerly encouraging his friend to join him on a visit to the woman in question. I was struck by the situation, in which two men, unconsciously attracted to unconscious other, were using the prostitute as female sort of screen, and a medium whereby they could have sex with each other without nudity what they were up unconscious. It seemed to me to be as clear as day, and I raised the point during naked hairy sluts critique.
There was a small faction of gays in the Unit, but the members were predominantly male and straight. I had learned that often insights of gay men were scoffed at and dismissed by straight men.
They automatically ruled such thoughts off limits. I knew better than to try and pursue the matter any further, and the discussion turned to other matters.
Nudity, the Unconscious and the Creative Process – Part One
I was wandering about, cruising the joint when I spotted the Jewish playwright sitting in a lawn-chair by the swimming pool. I was quite startled, as I had assumed he was straight. I went over and spoke to him, and we began to chat.