Women reading erotic stories
Jul 1, - I should know; I've edited more than 60 erotica anthologies and have read hundreds of stories for the Best Women's Erotica of the Year series I curate. Writing erotica has irrevocably changed my life, and has given me new perspectives on my own sexuality as well as those of my fellow human beings. Online Erotic Fiction | Erotic Fiction by Remittance Girl Persia. Age: 24. no texting His voice was soft and the gentleness of his tone made her even more nervous. Then I began to laugh. Feb 15, - Bibliotherapy is an academic term used to describe the amazingly beneficial (and very delightful!) mind/body reactions that occur from reading sexy erotic stories (aka literotica). In fact, sex therapists are advising their female patients to get busy and start reading erotic stories! Yay! DO go on, science! Rochelle. Age: 25. My name is Alexis Why women read erotic fiction May 6, - Ever wonder why women read erotic fiction, like Fifty Shades of Grey? Here's why | Australian Women's Weekly content brought to you by Now to Love. Jan 15, - In the videos below, a series of women sit at a desk and read a book of their choosing aloud. As their reading session continues, you may notice a quickn. Katrina. Age: 29. Sexy busty blond gorl looking for ocassional dates with some generous gentlemen Online Erotic Fiction. Please note that I put my fiction online, for free, in order to initiate a dialogue with readers. I would appreciate it if you would take the time to comment after you read. If you don't bother, then sooner or later, I will decide there's no point in posting. I'll just bundle them into anthologies and sell them. Mar 24, - know if reading these highly exciting stories is as bad as watching porn. Every once in a while, we'll also receive a story from someone who is addicted to reading what they call “written porn.” The following message is one we received from a woman who fell into a real struggle with erotica. ——————. Jun 4, - What is it about this genre that has so many women enthralled, asks Candice Wiggett.