A one-act play
Sexonymous was written for a seasonal festival of plays produced by Back Burner Productions, but was never performed.
The play is a light-hearted comedy about a guy – let's call him "Randy" – who shows up to a sex-addicts anonymous meeting only to find that the only other person who showed up is the host – a guy named "Dick." Randy has misgivings about the situation, but Dick is into it. Maybe a little too into it.
It seems that Dick hosted the meeting just to talk about sex, even though Randy really does want to get help. In the end, the two come to some major conclusions about the nature of their addictions.
Or maybe they just get laid.
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Sexonymous, by Owen K. Craig and Curtis Dylan Westman, is licensed under a Creative Commons attribution-no derivative works 2.5 Canada license.
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