Butterfly Boy - Section 6: Part 5 (UnPinned, Riverside California - Ghost Whisper to My Lover) Summary & Analysis

Rigoberto González
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As soon as Gonzalez returns to Riverside he calls his lover. His lover answers the phone after only a couple or rings. He asks Gonzalez whether he is hungry and the two resume their relationships on the same terms as before. Gonzalez believes that he deserves the treatment his lover inflicts upon him. His lover does not, however, ask him to ghost whisper. Ghost whispering is the only thing that felt intimate about their relationship. The lack of this act infuriates Gonzalez. He begins to feel trapped and restless. He and his lover fight, his lover invites him to a party and then does not show up. Two days later, he tells Gonzalez that they are going on a boat trip around Catalina. Most of the guests are gay men. During the evening, each...

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