In his fourth book based on his popular LGBTQIA magazine column, Ramirez recounts the stories of his own love life in this introspective look at dating and sex in queer Houston, Texas. From the man who showered him in urine, to the man he slept with at an orgy; the guy who fetishized his weight, to the boyfriend who used him for his brain, only to let him go, Ramirez holds nothing back as he discusses the difficulties, paradoxes, and shallowness of finding someone who doesn't leave a feeling in your tummy that is something ... well ... less than butterflies. But with the help of his friends, Ramirez navigates through his real-life forays into ropes, leather, threesomes, asexuals, Sunday Fundays, $10 cafe wine, Grindr hook-ups, unwarranted dick pics, the death of first dates, and Houston's gayborhood, Montrose. However, what he finds along the way is that sometimes the secret to falling for a guy isn't necessarily between the sheets of the bed he's fallen into with one. Inspired in-part by Candace Bushnell's own 1994 newspaper column-turned-book-turned-television and film sensation, Sex and the City, Ramirez's adapted columns are more than just a book about sex and serial dating. And you can bet that you never saw Carrie Bradshaw quite like this. Beneath the sheets you'll find him under, Anthony Ramirez is here to uncover the surprises in a sardonic and vapid world that are able to finally restore that feeling that has vanished along with those seemingly-absent butterflies.