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Available at the author's site (http://cargocollective.com/joeycomeau/Lockpick-Pornography).

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Available at the author's site (http://cargocollective.com/joeycomeau/Lockpick-Pornography).
http://cargocollective.com/joeycomeau/Lockpick-Pornography.


* GenreSavvy: At one point, the narrator buys a bottle of liquor and goes to see Michelle in the night.
--> When I get there, Ill have to speak like Im drunk. You have to use the right words in the right order. Im the drunk man, showing up to fuck her. I have to remember to be obnoxious. Theres a script to be followed.



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* AuthorAvatar: Averted. The narrator is extremely similar to JoeyComeau (who is also queer, picks locks, and enjoys chess and violence) but when fans tell him how much they loved the narrator, he says "But I hate what that character does!" The narrator is a part of Joey, but a part with considerably fewer morals.

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* AuthorAvatar: Averted. The narrator is extremely similar to JoeyComeau Joey Comeau (who is also queer, picks locks, and enjoys chess and violence) but when fans tell him how much they loved the narrator, he says "But I hate what that character does!" The narrator is a part of Joey, but a part with considerably fewer morals.


Lockpick Pornography is a 2005 novel by [[ASofterWorld Joey Comeau]]. Features knives, robberies, philosophical crank calls, gender identity, lockpicks, pornography, random violence, gay Coke, and corrupting the youth of America.

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Lockpick Pornography is a 2005 novel by [[ASofterWorld [[Webcomic/ASofterWorld Joey Comeau]]. Features knives, robberies, philosophical crank calls, gender identity, lockpicks, pornography, random violence, gay Coke, and corrupting the youth of America.

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-> ''Weve already got more than our share of gay Gandhis. We need a General Patton.''

Lockpick Pornography is a 2005 novel by [[ASofterWorld Joey Comeau]]. Features knives, robberies, philosophical crank calls, gender identity, lockpicks, pornography, random violence, gay Coke, and corrupting the youth of America.

The narrator is so incredibly angry at the heteronormative system that he (sometimes) believes that any acts against it are justifiable, up to and including the above robbery and kidnapping. Most of the book is him and his friends driving around, pulling pro-queer pranks and committing crimes. They steal from the married. They crash frat parties. They break into elementary schools dressed as cartoon characters to distribute kid's books about being gay. Eventually, [[RealityEnsues stuff gets out of hand]].

Available at the author's site (http://cargocollective.com/joeycomeau/Lockpick-Pornography).

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* AllGaysArePromiscuous: Played [[IncrediblyLamePun straight]]-ish. The narrator has sex with random bookstore employees and is against monogamy on principle. There is a gay couple portrayed (though the narrator is cheating with one of them). Also, the narrator says that he would want to be monogamous with Michelle, were she not a woman.
* AuthorAvatar: Averted. The narrator is extremely similar to JoeyComeau (who is also queer, picks locks, and enjoys chess and violence) but when fans tell him how much they loved the narrator, he says "But I hate what that character does!" The narrator is a part of Joey, but a part with considerably fewer morals.
* BadassBoast: It's a lie, but:
--> I used to race at Daytona, I say. I had a car with those rims that keep spinning after the car stops. I think they would have kept spinning, anyway. I never found out. Do you know why? I say, and I lurch the car to the left again, passing an SUV. Because I never stopped.
* BerserkButton: Narrator has ''several''. Whenever he sees a certain pro-family activist on TV he kicks the TV. One time he brutally attacks a random blonde teenager for looking like Paris Hilton. Then he hits on her boyfriend.
* CastFullOfGay: All the main characters are queer.
* DestructoNookie: Well hey, it's got the page-topping quote.
* DepravedHomosexual: The characters enjoy playing off everyone's fear that they are this. Eventually, the narrator ends up doing some vaguely depraved-homosexual things ([[spoiler:kidnapping]]) not because he is one, but because he believes he must be extreme enough to make up for all the anti-queer hate in the world.
* DreamSequence: Aaaah! Insects that become sexual organs! Aaaaah! Representing the protagonist's insecurities! Aaaaaaaah!
* TheFundamentalist: Dr. Verge. But, his son isn't so much.
* GenreSavvy: At one point, the narrator buys a bottle of liquor and goes to see Michelle in the night.
--> When I get there, Ill have to speak like Im drunk. You have to use the right words in the right order. Im the drunk man, showing up to fuck her. I have to remember to be obnoxious. Theres a script to be followed.
* HarassingPhoneCall: The narrator keeps calling a certain woman's house he chose at random and makes speeches about gender construction to her. Later, [[spoiler: they become friends]].
* MagicRealism: Sort of. There's definitely no explicit magic, but near the end, as things are getting really crazy, a green laser beam inexplicably appears in the sky. The narrator wants to reach it.
* NoNameGiven: The narrator is never named.
* NotIfTheyEnjoyedItRationalization and BlackComedyRape: Subverted. The narrator comes up with a plan where they'll all go to a frat party, Michelle will seduce a straight boy and sexily blindfold him, and then Richard will give him a blowjob. The narrator thinks this is totally great because it's messing with the straight boy's perception of his sexuality - he just got a great orgasm that he thinks is from a girl, but it's really from a man. After the plan fails, the narrator's friends point out to him that, hey, that's ''rape''.
* RecursiveCrossdressing: At one point the narrator and his friend Richard crash a party for lesbians. They disguise themselves as bad drag kings so no one will think they're actually male.
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