Spencer Dryden starting writing Erotic Romance at 63. From fantasy to the Big O, he’s learned a lot.
Artist Myah Sundvall explores the boundary of Art, Erotic Art, and Pornography and Alex Yarde invites readers along.
Esther Perel argues that good and committed sex draws on two conflicting needs: our need for security and our need for surprise.
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Is porn a good thing?
Erotic art has existed throughout human history. (Even before the internet.)
If Mittens believed in divorce, and got rid of that woman he calls a wife, then he might actually have a shot at winning this election. Which I definitely don’t want him to do, so I guess that makes me a fan of Anne Romney.
Erik Hinton’s latest story touches on Skyrim, Fifty Shades of Grey, Call of Duty, Nicholson Baker, motherhood, and everything else that’s hot right now.
Warning: This is not a post about gender, sex, or towering rage. It’s basically a piece of literary criticism. Also, some spoilers follow. So, as Charles creepily informed you, we’ve been reading Fifty Shades of Grey. Presently, we’re actually a bit of the way into sequel Fifty Shades Darker. Once we finish the trilogy, we’re going to…
Because of course we are. Did you think we’d let you down? Never, baby. We’re gonna stick with you through the end. And we’re gonna protect you, and give you expensive gifts and get all up in your business and maybe cross a few lines but only because we’ve never wanted someone as much as…
This is a comment by David Byron on the Comment of the Day: “If men get together for this kind of movie, it’s sleazy. If women do, it’s ‘good, clean fun’.”
This is a comment by bobbt on the post “Magic Mike: Something Much Worse than the Objectification of Men”.
This is a comment by Sarah on the post “The Single Biggest Obstacle Facing Boys and Men Today”.
This is a comment by Lars Fischer on the post “Women’s erotic fiction is perfectly acceptable, no matter what the fantasy, but men’s pornography is controversial and borderline misogyny.”
This is a comment by Web on the post “Everyone’s Got Their Own Favorite Smut”.
Paul Leroux shares a gay man’s perspective on the visual and verbal idioms (and idiocies) of porn versus erotica.