Porn – it’s not for everyone

This morning I got a message from my best friend forever who follows my blogs.

Violet. She said. For Gods Sake, x-rate your bloody stories. I’m too much of a prude to read them.

Oh come on, I replied. Put on some heels, ask your hunky handyman husband to tie you up, then call me afterwards and tell me everything.

But really, I had offended her.

Porn, or erotica, is not her thing. I just presume it’s everybody’s thing, I mean, how can it not be?

But she really isn’t into it.

And I know that sometimes I have opened other people’s delicious blogs in my coffee shop and gone OH MY GOD and spat coffee all over my computer screen.

So, in the interests of friendship, and her new Macbook, I am going to start x-rating my stuff.

But first, because I know she’s reading this one, I’ll quickly say:-

There’s nothing better

Than morning sex

When he wakes you up

Pulls down your panties

And fucks you

Slowly

Gently

From behind

Even

If it’s just on the phone.

Have a groovy day, everyone. See ya with my new x ratings!

26 thoughts on “Porn – it’s not for everyone

      1. True maybe we didn’t all get here by way of phone sex and porn and other nonreproductive sexual activities… But desire in of itself is a necessary intrinsic part of being human. Just sayin

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  1. Perhaps the warning can read: For those who wish to be titilated, read on. Those afraid of tits, pass on.
    Thanks for stopping by to like my post on Paris 11/13/15, which unfortunately is too sobering, but thanks for the support. Peace out.

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  2. I had someone tell me that (in their personal opinion) my Sizzling Nibble: Beloved Pet (which is depicted between a husband and wife who had a history of rough bdsm without those background details) was abusive and they would rather read 50SOG.

    Pretty sure they don’t read any of my other stories, which is possibly a good thing… a lot of them could appear abusive (I think? I don’t know… I’ve read stuff I’ve thought was truly abusive that are real-life accountings, but I read the entirety to understand WHY this person likes this particular kink…) to people who don’t realize that they are shorts or snippets or excerpts, I suppose. I never thought about giving them heat levels or ratings, however. I expect an adult to be able to make the choice to say “I’ve read this paragraph and it makes me ill, therefore I am not reading further.”

    If you’re making the ratings on your stories fun, funny, sarcastic, that sounds entertaining to me, and that I’ll support. Otherwise… she can decide to close the browser, you still get the pageview. 😉

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