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Existing user? In Create. at thePlenty. Thread tools. Don't read if you don't like that] Does anyone here read adult literature? I recently found out that one of my favourite writers, Mary Gentle, used to publish things she describes as 'women's erotic fiction', and since I love her 'normal' books, I must admit I'm somewhat intrigued by this, not sure I will order anything like that though. I think I've mentioned 'Lost girls' here before. It's a [very! Lots of sex, including a chapter about the premiere of Le sacre du printemps. You know nothing, Jon Snow.

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Nick scipio erotica

Not me, joost. I guess it's like heavy metal I don't avoid it so much as just don't choose it, I suppose is the best way to put it. I wouldn't call myself a prude though I guess it depends on the nick scipio erotica, and possibly the level of 'darkness' involved? As you have pointed out with the Nick Scipio stuff, there could be plenty of other elements to draw a reader in not that I have read those books so it would depend on those other elements as well.

For me, they would have to, by far, outweigh the inclusion of erotic elements, and the erotic elements would, in every case, have to be there to support the plot As a woman, the strength of the female characters and their roles would also be important to me If someone were to recommend an adult literature novel based on all of that, I would give it a try, I think.

Nick scipio erotica

Painting myself into a corner, possibly the reason why I don't go looking nick scipio erotica it is because sex is everywhere, in just about every medium I can think of, and usually pops up whenever I don't want to see it or hear it? I'd rather read about dragons! Prophets become warriors, dragons hunt as wolves.

Reading books or for that matter, watching movies that are purely dedicated to the purpose of human procreational activities, is something these beings see little use in. To a large degree, they are generally shallow and provide minimal entertainment. Stories where such actions happen, but where the main plot is something else, are more enjoyable. These beings do not mind such, so long as it is a good storyline of sufficient quality. As can be derived from the above, these beings also prefer all of the involved characters to possess at least a minimum of intelligence.

It is not very enjoyable with characters of the intelligence-level of the medium-sized rutabaga. Note: when 'thul write in all italicsit is the lord of the three realms within 'thul speaking. A fairly egoistical, but also somewhat simple-minded dragon. Do not take such posts at face value. Widows and orphans. We need more of them. Albertosaurus Rex beloved Posts:. I have to echo the sentiment of the above posters. I do not specifically seek out works with sexual themes, but I don't mind them if there's a purpose to it.

For instance, I am currently watching the tv series Romewhich features quite a lot of sex and explicit nudity. However, it's never gratuitous Did I spell that right? That being said, I have considered reading Jacqueline Carey's Kushiel books, which apparently have a lot of sex in them. Has anyone else here read those?

Nick scipio erotica

I can recommend the Nick Scipio stories then, one of the main characters Susan is one of the most likeable and strong women I've come across in my recent reading. I hope you haven't gotten the impression that I'm some sex crazed reader, but through the books I've mentioned mainly SC and Lost girls I've learned that an erotic novel can be much more than a bunch of sex scenes. Feb, PM UTC joost Wrote: I hope you haven't gotten the impression that I'm some sex crazed reader, nick scipio erotica through the books I've mentioned mainly SC and Lost girls I've learned that an erotic novel can be much more than a bunch of sex scenes.

Not at all, joost!! As for any genre, there is good and bad. Just as some people turn their noses up at fantasy, and therefore sadly forego the opportunity to read something of real value, people also run the risk of turning aside from a good read if they totally avoid all things labelled adult literature and much the same could be said of refusing to ever watch an R-rated movie.

As you have said, I imagine an erotic novel can be much more, just as fantasy can be so much more than magic and dragons. One element doesn't have to make it the only element within a well-written story. I suppose the difference, for me at least, lies within the sifting process or working one's way through the bad to get to the good. I could stand ploughing my way through a pile of fantasy book to find something I liked but I couldn't willingly do that with adult books If I saw something that interested me though, I'd pick it up and give it a try.

I'm not sure if even that comment is fair? A few things from 'Tandia' by Bryce Courtney come to mind, and by confronting I don't only mean the sex in itself but a reader's reaction to it and how they see it as affecting the character etc. Still, sex as a subject is as worthy of inclusion in literature as any other social, physical, emotional or spiritual element. I don't think we can honestly say no to sex, at whatever level, and then happily sit through a chapter that contains a bloody battle or a murder at the hands of a knife-wielding lunatic.

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Nick scipio erotica

I think this post has taken about two hours to construct in between other distractions! Quote: it would be just as easy to come across a confronting sex scene in fantasy as it would be in works labelled adult literature. I just remembered the story 'You, and you alone' from SoLaD. There's a lot of gay eroticism in that story. Unfortunately I didn't really like the main characters, so that story didn't really work for me. Nuytsia beloved 1, Posts:. I'm not sure I've read much that would qualify I vaguely remember a few things but unfortunately they weren't very good!

Feb, AM UTC joost Wrote: Quote: it would be just as easy to come across a confronting sex scene in fantasy as it would be in works labelled adult literature. I didn't mind that story Very graphic in some places actually. Now I have to find a normal priced copy of Ironwood My mom looked pretty weird when she saw the book though. I'm having a more in-depth perusal of the forum and this thread brought to mind a book I once bought, on good recommendation.

I forget who the author was but I think it was called 'Dark Prince' or something along those lines. It was vampire fiction, so that appealed to me immediately and it did get off to a reasonably good start. The first 'sex scene' was quite explicit, no bad thing in itself, as I'm not averse to reading a bit of smut, but then it seemed like every other had another sex scene, just as explicit, if nick scipio erotica more so!

Nor could I find a story of any substance nick scipio erotica all the hanky panky and soon gave the book up as a bad job. Even the usually tireless vampire must have been exhausted after all that exercise! I was tired out after less than half the book and it wasn't a big book! Read these first, please. Thread tools Adult literature. Reply Send thread to a friend Send thread to a friend Send thread to a friend Send thread to a friend.

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