This self-centered, egotistical bodybuilder in Arizona is responsible for hundreds of deaths in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.
Time travelers from the future are sent back to the 1990s to change history. If they succeed on their missions, they will prevent the domestic terrorism tragedy from ever happening and save hundreds of lives from being lost.
Baja Clavius is a queer science fiction adventure about a time travel agency codenamed Moon Men Deep Inside (MMDI) where men dominate other men sexually.
Similar in storytelling style and tone to the works of Russell T Davies (Cucumber and Banana, Doctor Who and Torchwood on the BBC), Baja Clavius is for gay adult men. Here you will experience radically different storytelling that differs from standard cause-and-effect fiction.
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The 2017 publication of Baja Clavius online is new—completely updated and expanded compared to previous versions. Now includes storytelling and hundreds of original images that were not available anywhere.
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Rare Diversity without Cultural Stereotypes
Baja Clavius is queer science fiction with an unusually strong diversity minus stereotyping. Major gay male characters are masculine gay men African American, Arabic, Asian, Latino, and Native American Indian. These characters are the exact opposite of insulting cultural stereotypes of gay men who have been depicted as flamboyant or effeminate. The character images, names, and descriptions from left to right are:
- Ted Avila (time travel agent), whose surname is found in French, Latino, and Portuguese people.
- Back row, Dani Zaman (time travel agent) born to American parents in the State of Qatar; his first name in Arabic means near or close; his surname in Arabic means time or age or era.
- Middle row, Markus Tagawa (director of time travel operations), Japanese American.
- Back row, Nicholas Cruz, Mexican American born in Arizona.
- Front row, Marvin Mainer (director of time travel operations), African American.
- Back row, Anthony Marugo (time travel agent), Japanese American.
- Front row: Vincent Wauneka (time travel agent), Native American Indian born in the Navajo Nation.
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