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I wanna learn about your Kink 

Reply to this post with a kink you're into. I want to hear all the weird details about it, and why you're into it.

This offer is evergreen. I don't care if this toot is 10 years old, I always love learning about what delightfully weird stuff people are into.

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I had a dream last night that there was a lady who did these porn videos that all began with her telling the setup for a joke direct to camera. Then she'd do some sex act for a bit, and the punchline for the joke would be part of the sex act.

It was really cheesy and charming. Ex. she'd start a video by saying something like "What do you you say when your little pet birds are moving too slowly?"

Then she'd fuck a guy.

Then at the end she'd turn to camera and say "Come on, my titties!" right before he did.

Taboos are most interestingly transgressed when it is done obliquely.

You can only get limited mileage out of recklessly smashing a taboo. The deluge of mediocre "EVERYONE IN THIS FAMILY IS HOT AND HEY ALL DO INCEST ON EACH OTHER" porn demonstrates that pretty clearly.

A character trying to have a normal phone conversation with their parent while having sex is a much more interesting way to explore the same taboo, and gives room for escalation.

I wanna learn about your Kink 

Reply to this post with a kink you're into. I want to hear all the weird details about it, and why you're into it.

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Erotica and action stories share a tension between spectacle and narrative.

Action stories are about the punchy-punchy-boom-boom scenes.

Erotica is about the fucky-fucky-bang-bang scenes.

But both rely on some kind of overarching story to justify their spectacles. To make people care about the situations which those spectacles resolve.

They have to thread a delicate needle between having enough compelling story to pull the reader in, but not so much that the reader starts to wonder where all the spectacle is.

Very early in my writing career I made a pledge not to spend time writing reviews. They are tempting to write, but ultimately I don't think they're a good use of time.

But bad erotica tempts me.

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I'm reading a popular manwha right now called "Silent War" or something. TL;DR it's a revenge story where a nerd gets swol, and takes revenge on his highschool bully by seducing all his women away from him. The art is pretty good, and there are the seeds of so many good ideas in here, but it just keeps falling flat.

Not to speculate too wildly about another artist, but it seems as though the women in the story aren't being used as tools because it is kinky to degrade them in that way. They're being used as tools because that seems to be the only way the author can conceive of them.

And like...I get it. Misogyny is my kink too. But a misogyny kink without feminist analysis is just vanilla porn.

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My #1 motivator for writing erotica is reading erotica that has the seed of a good idea, but terrible execution.

Aw man, my old tumblr has been deleted. I had not yet pulled all my old stories off of there, so that's years of writing gone.

If you aren't calling your sluts "hoydon," then like...what are you even doing?

A beekeeper friend is telling me about how much she enjoys the "menacing sound" of a charged electrostim toy.

And now I'm pretty sure she wants to fuck her bees.

While watching TV the other night, my partner seemed particularly intrigued by a scene with a little mild forced exhibitionism in it. I asked her if it's something she might like to try sometime.

"Oh no way." she said "I'm more of a 'kept in the basement where no one will ever see her again' kinda gal."

boost my nudes, my dudes. 

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"There's a part of me that wants her to do this for me, even though all the joy in it comes from the moments when I know she's doing it for herself."

I have been very busy with other stuff in other spaces, and there has been a tooooon of activity in my mentions.

Someday when I manage to find a spoon or two behind the couch, I really look forward to catching up with it all. <3 <3 <3

Memories, bad sexual ethics 

Back when I was old enough to be obsessed with sex, but not old enough to have had it or really know anything about it, I recall getting into a conversation with some other guys about blow jobs.

The idea of a woman's mouth on my dick was the hottest thing I could imagine, but I felt conflicted because the media I'd encountered up to that point made me feel like women hated blow jobs, and only endured them as favors. I said something to the effect that I'd only want to receive a blowjob from a woman who was really excited to be giving it.

This made one of the other guys in the conversation like...angry. Told me to shut the fuck up, and if I was ever lucky enough to have the opportunity to get my dick sucked I shouldn't quibble over the girl's enthusiasm.

At the time I actually felt shamed. Like I was being greedy for wanting an enthusiastic partner.

We really need to do a better job shepherding kids through the budding of their sexualities. =/

Dirty talk 

I'm not your daddy. Your daddy cares about you. I've just got a job for you to do, and I expect you to do it. Now say 'yes sir, boss.'

I keep forgetting to check the local timeline to see who has joined our little instance.

If I'm not following you it's proooobably a mistake.

(Unless the only thing you do is post porn, in which case it is intentional.)

"Don't nonconsensually involve others in your kink." is not a bad axiom, but bad actors often use it as the narrow end of a wedge to advance some truly absurd bullshit.

People who hate BDSM have big TERF energy. 

Obviously TERFs are a much more harmful group of bigots. The two aren't even in the same ballpark, but I suspect there's a lot of overlap between them.

Both groups are filled with a lot of male feminists eager to mansplain feminism to women.

Both groups tend to use armchair medical diagnosis as a first response to criticism.

Both groups compose elaborate arguments about how completely innocuous things that don't affect them at all are somehow forms of violence against women.

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