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OK, So Here's The Thing... #sexwork #erotica

OK, So Here's The Thing... #sexwork #erotica | Women: Relationships, alcohol, porn, lesbians, masturbation, swinging, fantasy, female sex predators and orgasm | Scoop.it

When I began writing erotica and non-fiction articles on sexuality I took a pen name for privacy. But it might surprise those of you who do not write to know that one of the biggest reasons was to separate one writing career from another.

Anyone who writes, as a profession or a hobby, knows that over-all perception of erotica authors is poor and no where is this belief held more firmly than within the writing community. "They're not real writers," other they say (or type). It's not just that we dare to write about sex (or even profit from it) but if we write about it, it must be because we "can't really write" and this is our last resort.

Anyone who writes erotica (dirty stories, erotic literature, porn -- whatever you choose to call it) will tell you that writing smut takes extra skill. For not only must you obey all the rules of writing but you must make it arousing too. Just trying to find synonyms for "cock" (without sounding cliched) and "orgasm" (virtually non-existent) is a challenge. But 'the real writers' will giggle and sneer. I've seen the cruelty in writer's groups and online forums firsthand.

Even mainstream editors and publications may reject your work on these very notions, or just from the fear of any association. Even for non-fiction works this happens. Mention you write 'about sex' in any fashion (or have them discover you do so) and you're blackballed. So in order to preserve my professional mainstream writing reputation, I created a pen name upon joining the ranks of smut writers.

You'd think that a group which has experienced such persecution and unfair devaluation would be wiser. But they are not.


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What's The Difference Between Erotica And Romance?

What's The Difference Between Erotica And Romance? | Women: Relationships, alcohol, porn, lesbians, masturbation, swinging, fantasy, female sex predators and orgasm | Scoop.it
You can pick up all types of what's been coined "mommy porn" along with shampoo and paper towels at your local big box store.

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Book Cove Reviews's curator insight, July 20, 2013 9:30 PM

The conclusion: It's all in the reader's mindset.

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The Erotics of Invisibility

The Erotics of Invisibility | Women: Relationships, alcohol, porn, lesbians, masturbation, swinging, fantasy, female sex predators and orgasm | Scoop.it

This is paper I wrote on lesbian visibility and eroticism for a class on Renaissance literature and history in 2011. It is very dense– but perhaps still enjoyable.

 

...What I argue is that this invisibility of female homosexuality is not merely a result of the historical distance from the period, but rather a consciously acknowledged component of the understanding of female same-sex erotic desire at the time. In “Sappho to Philaenis,” the secrecy and immaculateness of the title characters’ sexual activity operates as one of Donne’s central arguments for the superiority of a female-female sexual relationship.


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So What Do You Do, Zane, New York Times Bestselling Erotica Author?

So What Do You Do, Zane, New York Times Bestselling Erotica Author? | Women: Relationships, alcohol, porn, lesbians, masturbation, swinging, fantasy, female sex predators and orgasm | Scoop.it

She is credited with bringing erotica from the back of the bookstore and into the mainstream with the explosive success of The Sex Chronicles: Shattering the Myth. Was it the detail of the love scenes, the sexually liberated female characters, or just the juicy plots that did it? The millions of readers who catapulted her titles onto the New York Times bestsellers list a whopping 26 times and made Zane's Sex ChroniclesNo. 1 on Cinemax would probably say all of the above.

 

Yet, despite her philanthropic efforts and work in bringing other authors into the limelight through her imprint with Atria/Simon & Schuster, Zane is not without her critics. She's been attacked for everything from her large number of young fans and her support of the LGBT community to, of course, her explicit content.


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Gracie Passette's curator insight, May 29, 2013 11:49 PM

The erotica author talks empowering women, why publishers are under appreciated, and the one thing you need to pen a juicy romance novel.

Courtney Phoenix White's curator insight, July 17, 2013 9:12 AM

One of my many inspirations for why I write.  PERIOD.  Explicitness is in our nature.  ENDULGE a lil.....BE HUMAN.  IMAGINE.  Love Zane.  #PHOENIX

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Forced Feminization Rubber Bondage Klaw Nutrix 1963 transvestite

First published by Mr. Klaw as a Nutrix book in 1963, Dominating Tame-Azons Shame Men into Subjection tells the story of women who re-form men. The technique...

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Why I Write Erotica

Why I Write Erotica | Women: Relationships, alcohol, porn, lesbians, masturbation, swinging, fantasy, female sex predators and orgasm | Scoop.it
The short version of why I write erotica probably isn’t very different than the reason most writers have. It’s a chance for me to channel my sexual ima...

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Issue 26 - August 17th 2013: Rape Fantasy Erotica: Right or Wrong?

Issue 26 - August 17th 2013: Rape Fantasy Erotica: Right or Wrong? | Women: Relationships, alcohol, porn, lesbians, masturbation, swinging, fantasy, female sex predators and orgasm | Scoop.it
Sixty-two percent of undergraduate women have had rape fantasies. At least that's what the studies suggest. Do these women enjoy their fantasies? According to the study, yes indeed. In fact, 14% of...
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Issue 19 - June 29th 2013: Pornography vs. Erotic Voyerism

Issue 19 - June 29th 2013: Pornography vs. Erotic Voyerism | Women: Relationships, alcohol, porn, lesbians, masturbation, swinging, fantasy, female sex predators and orgasm | Scoop.it

According to Candice Holdorf, pornography and erotica will most likely play a role in your marriage, and it's best to learn its landscape and how to use it in healthy ways.

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News: Cliterati Founder Seeks Female Sex Fantasies for New Book - Cliterati

News: Cliterati Founder Seeks Female Sex Fantasies for New Book - Cliterati | Women: Relationships, alcohol, porn, lesbians, masturbation, swinging, fantasy, female sex predators and orgasm | Scoop.it

Four decades on, women aren’t just admitting to having fantasies, they’re also writing them down and some are even becoming millionaires as a result. But have their fantasies changed or are we eroticising the same things as our mothers and grandmothers before us? Have the changes in society affected what we think about, and how we use our fantasies? How close is reality to fantasy now that the internet makes all manner of assignations  infinitely easier than they were four decades ago? Do we accept our fantasies more now than before, or is there still a stigma about female fantasies? Are we making our dreams come true – or still keeping our real desires to ourselves for fear of being judged?

 

Cliterati founder, Emily Dubberley, is investigating this in her latest book. If you’d like to add your voice to it, please fill in one of the following surveys (you can skip any questions that you feel uncomfortable about regardless of the survey you choose.) Please elaborate on your fantasies as fully as possible.


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Gracie Passette's curator insight, June 6, 2013 7:30 AM

Also, erotica authors may get a promo.

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If It’s Antique Is It Still Porn?

If It’s Antique Is It Still Porn? | Women: Relationships, alcohol, porn, lesbians, masturbation, swinging, fantasy, female sex predators and orgasm | Scoop.it

If you thought the matter of who makes art exploring the issue of abortion difficult, perhaps the following antique erotic artworks will be too upsetting. That’s your warning to leave.

 

For these works go beyond the issue of basic nudity in art, beyond even the matter of erotic art, to  explore sexuality along with religion and what appears to be the opulence of wealth.


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The Ethical Adman: Is sexy advertising impairing your judgement?

The Ethical Adman: Is sexy advertising impairing your judgement? | Women: Relationships, alcohol, porn, lesbians, masturbation, swinging, fantasy, female sex predators and orgasm | Scoop.it
Could there be much more to the use of erotica in ads than the obvious "Sex! Now that we have your attention..."? Arousal inhibits judgement. Which makes everything an easier sell. But the sex appeal of advertising seems to ...

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Erotica: better reads than Fifty Shades of Grey

Erotica: better reads than Fifty Shades of Grey | Women: Relationships, alcohol, porn, lesbians, masturbation, swinging, fantasy, female sex predators and orgasm | Scoop.it
E L James's novel has got fans' knickers in a twist – but it's not as though it's the first racy read...

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