I know we are on the next book but I have been thinking about Jimmy Corrigan and all of the subtle references of various sexual Acts. We spent a little time on the Peaches and the various times their appear throughout the book and how it signifies sexual acts, or the "growing" telescope but what about all the other sexual acts scattered throughout the book.
It seems almost at random where there are random acts of sodomy and human sexuality scattered throughout the book. What does everybody think about this? Do you think this is just a reference to how Jimmy is a social and sexual outcast? His inability to form meaningful relationships with the opposite sex at his old age? Or is the author just a pervert? Or is the author trying to say something completely different?