Have you heard of John Holmes? He was a pornstar in the 70s and pretty much the real-life Dirk Diggler (from Boogie Nights). Holmes was famous for having a huge king cock, and there were even mythical stories about it. He insured his penis for $14 million — a million for every inch! There’s even a fake story about how they tried him for manslaughter after he inadvertently killed two men during anal.
Trying out new dildos is fun since you can mess around with their sizes. If you have a growing selection, opening that special drawer would be like going through hors d’oeuvres. Sure, you start off small, but as time goes by, your size-queen eyes start getting hungry. You keep catching yourself biting your lip while watching Boogie Nights, and before you know it, you’re on Google, typing in “monster dildo.”
But when you look at all those …
Why Do Men Like Reading Erotica
Do men really read erotica? When “Fifty Shades of Grey” came out, erotica came to the forefront of our attention. It’s one of the most popular movie-book adaptations, and women flocked to cinemas and bookstores to see the movie for the first time and buy their copy of the book.
During that time, men stood aside, and nobody really expressed any interest in the movie. Some guys would jokingly talk about watching it, but that was all that it was — a joke. Or was it?
For some of them, it was something the Internet people would call a Schrodinger’s douchebag. Or, in this instance, perhaps it’s more fitting a Schrodinger’s erotica fan. Basically, they would put the idea out there, and they would decide whether they were sarcastic or not based on the other guys’ reaction. So, while “Fifty Shades of Grey” is …
Reading erotic fiction can be fun, exciting, and arousing. Many enjoy reading it, and there are so many stories available. Whether you are a fan of erotica or not, you might want to know that it can be both beneficial for your mental health and your sex life.
Relieves Stress and Anxiety
One of the first things you might notice if you decide to read erotica is that it will help you relieve stress. The brain is, without a doubt, the most powerful sex organ. That is where our fantasies appear first, and that’s where our dreams originate. While the erotic story you’re reading might not be your fantasy, you can still fill in the blanks in storytelling with your own kinks and preferences.
But raunchy sex stories can be arousing for many. While the quality might not always be on the level, and you certainly won’t get Oscar Wilde …
Erotic novels are a great way to express yourself. But what is the difference between good and bad erotica? We decided to give you a few hints that might help you along the way, and allow you to improve your writing skills.
Erotic Novels Are Not Just for Jerking Off
When writing about sex, your goal shouldn’t be for people to jack off to it. Not saying that it isn’t a compliment for your writing skills and story, but there should be a lot more to it. Your goal is to respect the reader, genre, and write a sex scene that is more than a porn scenario.
You should try approaching your story as any other writer. That is, you should excite people’s brains as much as their genitals. Focus on writing a thrilling story that will be exciting to read while talking about naughty stuff.
A book, adult …
As an erotica author, I’ve found that many people have preconceived notions about the art of writing erotica and erotic romance. Before I became well versed in writing the genre, I had misconceptions of my own, and that led to much trial and error as I worked to refine my craft and learn how better to please my audience. Following are 10 tips I’ve accrued for those curious about writing erotica:
1. It’s not all about the sex—really. While sex does play a key role in erotica, the sex itself is secondary to the development of the characters and plot. A good erotica writer knows that, no matter how great the sex is, there still needs to be a good, solid story if one wants to hold a reader’s interest.
2. Dynamics sell. Flat characters never go far, but in erotica, you really do have your work cut out …
Erotic fiction has been around for centuries but, in recent years, has enjoyed a surge in popularity. If you have ever toyed with the idea of writing erotica but don’t know where to begin, here are a few tips to help get you started on the road to writing bedroom fiction.
1. Get with the genre
Though both deal heavily with the subject of sex, pornography and erotica are two different animals. Erotica follows the basic rules in writing in that there must be interesting characters and a plot surrounding the sexual elements. Porn, on the other hand, deals strictly with the act itself. If there is a plot or even interesting characters, it’s purely coincidental.
It is important to know the difference therefore immerse yourself in the writing of published erotica authors such as Katy Terretaga and Erica Jong. There are also many websites that offer a library of …