Baja Clavius

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Author and Artist Madeira Desouza of Las Vegas mashes up the bara underground art genre with science fiction time travel adventures

This is controversial science fiction storytelling unlike what you have encountered elsewhere. A couple of hundred years in the future, muscular and masculine gay male time-travel agents work for a top-secret agency codenamed MMDI situated in a deep underground base beneath the lunar crater Clavius. If compared to today’s behavioral norms, these young men appear to be devious and deceitful. They work on missions to the past that force changes upon Earth history.

Baja Clavius promo imageTheir actions may seem to be immoral and sometimes violent, but the ambitious purpose of MMDI is to repair timelines from yesterday to prevent human civilization from descending into chaos and self-destruction tomorrow. Could people behave in such ways for the purpose of saving human civilization if they also believe in an interventionist deity, are members of an organized religion, go to regular religious services in a dedicated place, and actively hold disdain for any other people unlike them with different skin color or different emotional/sexual drives or different creeds? No, of course not!

The traditional United States of America brand of all-white, all-straight model for fictional and heroic characters who save the world or save human civilization are flawed utterly and the stories about them always emerge as pure nonsense and cannot be taken seriously. Only people who are seemingly immoral and who accept the need to sometimes use violent methods can actually save the world or save human civilization. There just is no other way for life to work for us mortals.

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This mashup of the bara underground art genre with science fiction time travel adventures literally creates an out of this world experience for readers. Baja Clavius by Las Vegas author Madeira Desouza in Las Vegas evades comparison with other science fiction storytelling you may have encountered. A gritty, quasi-militaristic time travel agency located beneath the crater Clavius on the moon is nicknamed Baja Clavius. Male agents are sent on missions to the past on Earth from the time travel moon base. The agency’s only goal is to change timelines in history to prevent a self-destruction of human civilization during the 23rd century. The bara genre adds a rich dimension of gay male same-sex behaviors in which masculine male characters behave in realistically aggressive, not romanticized, interactions. These science fiction time travel adventures depict male agents who use sexual manipulation of men as a dependable tactic to alter the outcomes of history.

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Baja Clavius is intended for those who enjoy reading fiction to escape everyday reality and live for just a while in an alternate universe.

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Baja Clavius Copyright:

Certification of Registration under the seal of the Copyright Office in Washington, DC.
  • Registration Number: TX8-423-630
  • Effective Date of Registration: May 31, 2017
  • Title of Work: Baja Clavius: Moon Men Deep Inside
  • Year of Completion: 2017
  • Date of First Publication: May 8, 2017
  • Nation of First Publication: United States
  • International Standard Number: ISBN 978-1521252666

6 thoughts on “Baja Clavius”

  1. I was born and raised in Russia. So I completely identify with the character named Mikhail Volkov in this novel. He primarily thinks of only himself and his attaining sexual satisfaction as often as he can. He deserved a lot of intense physical punishment for his poor choices in his life. I was happy to read his much-deserved fate.

  2. This is fascinating science fiction storytelling. The characters are realistic and very sexy. Their behaviors may be uncivilized by today’s standards, but it sure is a lot of fun to read about what they do in bed.

  3. Yours is an usual website. I am a man and I find your words and images arouse me sexually. Now I need to get myself off thanks to you.

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