Butterfly Man

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From Texas, where he was born, the long graceful legs of Ken Gracey bore him to a palatial villa in Malibu, to a brothel in Tia Juana, thence through hobo camps to the magic boards of Broadway … In Texas, Ken Gracey was a normal young man … His transformation into the flaming Butterfly Man, darling of the Third Sex, who rockets through riotous revels from Coast to Coast, is a tragic tale of the youth who never knew himself until too late. Behind the scenes in the secret circle of the halfmen, Ken Gracey lifts the veil for all to see the joys of anti-social love … and its horrors.

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BUTTERFLY
MAN

by Lew Levenson

 

CASTLE BOOKS—NEW YORK

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PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

BUTTERFLY
MAN

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