Sexual Perversity in Chicago and the Duck Variations: Two Plays - Sexual Perversity in Chicago, Acts 16-34 Summary & Analysis

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Sexual Perversity in Chicago, Acts 16-34 Summary

Act 16 begins with Joan lecturing to small children. The children were playing doctor and were caught in the act. Joan is at times harsh and understanding.

Act 17 finds Litko and Shapiro in the toy department of Marshall Fields, where Litko is shopping for a birthday gift for his six-year-old nephew Bobby. Litko is outraged because a gay man is working at the games counter. Litko tells a story about being molested as a young boy while at a movie theater watching cartoons. A man reached over another man to grab Litko's penis. Shapiro questions Litko about the experience and wonders if Litko would ever consider being with a man. The men talk about experimenting as children and come to the conclusion that whatever one does as a child is fine, because that is the way one learns...

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