When it comes to sex, like so many other areas of our lives, it can be easy to use comparison as a gauge of how well we’re doing. We ask ourselves, “Am I having it as often as my friends?” “Enjoying it as much as my partner?” “As much as I used to?” but comparisons and memory can fail, so here are three ways to tell if your sex life is struggling (and how to fix it) without involving anyone else’s opinion in the equation.
I’ve sorted all my books by kinks to better connect you to what you want to read.
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There are currently 18 categories of kinks, such as lesbian, BDSM, professor/student, cougar, hypnosis, bimbofication, boss/employee, babysitter, swingers, and more!
See you there!
Hi everyone! I’m curious what people think about robot erotica. I’m curious on your thoughts about the different genders in these sort of stories. Please give you opinion on them, as I’m thinking of experimenting with that erotica genre.
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Erotica writers have a fascination with body parts. It’s natural. In a way, it’s our business to be fascinated with them. We write stories that tantalize (and in some ways educate/enlighten) our readers. We write a lot about sex, so body parts do come up…quite literally.
I found an article online that broke down the statistics on the 15 most common online searches for erotic content. The statistics are mainly geared toward explicit videos online, but I feel that it mirrors erotica ebook content decently enough. I thought it would be fun to discuss each in a reasonably R-rated fashion (I save the X-rated stuff for my books).