On our short list of dream jobs (right behind vodka taster, Betty White’s pool boy, and amateur proctologist), a full-time career in the Bathhouse Arts ranks pretty close to the top.
Day-in, day-out of going to work with dozens of naked men sounds so much better than sitting in a cubicle or digging a ditch.
Yet as with most things in life, the fantasy often doesn’t live up to expectations (but sometimes it also does).
In Jameson Farn’s addictively salacious new book, Bathhouse Babylon: The Good, The Bad, and The Horny, he chronicles his journey from occasional bathhouse visitor to the manager of three different gay saunas. Based on diaries he kept at the time, this steamy 304-page menoir makes the perfect vacation read.
Because who doesn’t love getting a boner on the beach.
Bathhouse Babylon: The Good, The Bad, and The Horny
$4.99 (Kindle); $13.99 (paperback); Free with Kindle Unlimited