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- By: Daryl Banner
- Narrated by: Chris Chambers, Sean Crisden
- Length: 8 hrs and 7 mins
Tanner, the hunky college football star, is home for the summer. Billy, the budding dessert chef, is about to have his hot-fudge-glazed world flipped upside down. Get ready for the "sweetest" romance you've ever tasted.
- By Amy Begnene on 09-20-18
Trapped in a two dimensional world
I typically don’t watch, listen, or pay attention to GLBTQA media or art driven platforms as I find they only represent a small amount of what it means to be human. I enjoyed the concept of Football Sundae as a story but found it completely unbelievable as it trapped me in a unrealistic gay man’s fantasy from the Midwest. The characters became laughable as the story progressed as well as the language used to describe the main characters interactions. While the world has progressed greatly in the acceptance of GLBTQA issues it seems that the emotional intelligence of the population still needs work. It was also disappointing of how the “gay” accent slowly crept into the narration. I give the voice actors props for not laughing out loud while reading the text. Perhaps one day the world will have truly authentic stories of gay love that is not littered with stereotypes and cheap sexual references. I was hoping for something fun and entertaining but I received a reminder of how emotionally undeveloped gay men can be...
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