Queer sex is beautiful. It's also incredibly difficult to get right in fiction, especially if you haven't experienced it before. How can writers depict homoeroticism and queer sexual attraction in ways that feel hot, sexy, and realistic? What are some of the biggest pitfalls that authors fall into, and how can your characters tap into queerness' transgressive sexual history? In this class, erotica writer and sex worker Ana Valens takes a closer look at queer desire's underground history in literature and what queer sex entails. Together, you'll learn the skills necessary to bring your own queer characters' carnal, erotic needs to life, whether they're holding hands or grinding in gay bar's bathroom.