I write across multiple genres as my mind seems to have a mind of its own, pun intended. This site is what I consider my “fun” site, where I express my alter ego’s fantasies and narcissism.
It’s exciting to make up characters and imagine what they’re doing to become closer … and to cum together. I smile when thinking up positions, places, smells, how a touch may feel, how a body may react.
There’s erotic short stories out there that are what I consider raw and direct. I enjoy reading those at times. My own work takes a softer approach with emotion mixed in to the sexual acts; a tad of romance, if you will. Confession: sometimes I imagine myself in those scenes and ask myself what I feel so as to make the story realistic. Although there are things I often write that I’m completely disinterested in ever trying.
Not to dampen the mood, but I used to work with juvenile and adult sexual offenders. I say that to say – I’m completely open to discussing sexual things. No. What I’ve heard from my clients aren’t in my stories. Research from previously being a Sexual Offender Clinician has led me down many trails and have opened my mind to all, almost all, things regarding For Unknown Carnal Knowledge – you know the acronym for that, right?
Many men I’ve met have expressed how they’re not used to a woman being so open to talk about sexual things. I actually think it’s fun. Sex, yes, but I’m referring to talking about it. You can learn a lot from talking about positions, places, bedroom accessories and whatnot. No one wants a boring sex life and I believe it’s great to find new ways to spice things up a bit, and to image what “things” would add a little heat it the bedroom.
I post other types of articles on this site, though primarily pertaining to dating and relationships, to break up the monotony of ‘all things are about sex.’ Many writers stay on one track and you know what to expect when you log onto their site. I want to add a bit of neutrality to my site, specifically for those who struggle with reading erotic stories and need a way to rationalize visiting my site. Sort of like people who purchase X-Rated magazines and insist they only read the stories. So, with my site, they can say I write thought provoking articles on love and relationships and not have to mention the erotic stories. Is my tactic working? Let me know.
I’d love to read about why you write what you write. What’s your motivation? Do you write across genres? Do you have more than one site?
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