A selection of queer erotica just for you.
It’s cold(ish) outside; warm up with this selection of queer erotica.
Our latest round of results from the 2015 Ultimate Lesbian Sex Survey is all about the porn, erotica and smut you consume and how often you consume it — and why so many queer women watch straight or gay male porn instead of girl-on-girl.
I’m on the mountain this week, so please enjoy the following smut.
“The path of least resistance is to write off 50 Shades of Grey as harmless fluff, but frankly, after editing over one hundred novels full of distortions and abuse, I don’t think I could respect myself if I did so.”
“I slept in your place and on your pillow — it was most as good as the cigarette you lit and gave me all gooey — not quite, for we had you and the sweet taste too — I am foolish about you I admit.”
Before there was sexting, there was inserting obvious sexual metaphors into benign-looking letters and adding romantic overtones to keep it classy.
No matter what your reasons are, or where your piece winds up, we think it’d be cool if you got to write about sex with us.
There was a small pile of sex toys already on the bed, but the drawer was far from empty. “This is a flogger that I made from reclaimed bike tubes,” she said, pulling out a wicked little thing and tossing it onto the bed beside me.
The Kink Panel wanted to give you guys all the resources so you can follow along at home.
How dare I fall for the signature move when I’ve heard about it countless times over Chinese food?
Mariel Cove is a sexy new erotica serial by and for queer women, which means I had to have it immediately.
This holiday season, give the gift of smut.
This week on NSFW Sunday: a little queer news and a lot of queer sex.
“The questions quickly became, what is BDSM? And what is lesbian? I’m not sure I know the answer in general, but I figured out a context for this anthology to be born into, some parameters about kinks and fetishes and gender.”
Bondage Month presents some flash-fiction erotica by Sinclair Sexsmith.
NSFW Sunday has eight more reasons to read a f*cking book about f*cking. This week we’re talking about the Lambda Literary Awards.