Digital media makes Erotic Fiction better than Porn

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There aren’t many places where men and women can explore their own sexuality in a safe and non-judgmental manner.  Any “special” request that’s out of the ordinary for your partner may just end up being a deal breaker.  Not to mention, your now-turned-ex will happily share your erotic escapades and sexual curiosity with others, labelling you the “sexually awkward”.

What if I told you there is a place where you can embrace your sexual curiosity without the fears of being judged?

 

ENTER: Erotic Fiction

If you’re curious about something you’ve never tried before, reading about it in a book and imagining it for yourself can be tremendously powerful and educational.  Exploring different sexual practices within the safety and privacy of the reader’s own imagination has made the erotic fiction genre incredibly successful of late.

According to The Romance Writers of America, romance novels with “varying levels of sensuality ranging from sweet to extremely hot” was worth $1.4 billion last year, and made up 13 percent of all books published – with so much money to be made, no wonder a whole new generation of erotic creative writers are bringing their once taboo stories to mainstream publishers.

Since when did erotic novels become the “cool” thing to read?  Well, it still isn’t.  But thanks to eBooks like Kindle and Nook enabling discreet downloading and reading, no one has to know why you’re holding your eBook so intensely or why your pupils are dilated with excitement as you read that mysterious digital book.

Thanks to digital media, erotic novels are swiftly gaining in popularity.

Aside from the eBook’s discreet nature – no need to look over your shoulder and wonder who saw you pick up that erotic book in the bookstore or covering the title on the spine of the book in embarrassment – digital books are simply cheaper than paperbacks and easier to buy.  The convenience of the Internet really makes any excuse of not buying the lust-filled erotic novels to an invalid one.

British author E.L. James’ “Fifty Shades of Grey” has been atop the New York Times digital bestseller list for months, and has been credited of putting erotica in mainstream media.

 

Digital Media: Erotic bloggers

With a red content warning sign that welcomes you, you really don’t know what to expect when you visit the erotic fiction blog by an oversexed Englishman known as EasilyAroused (EA).

Regulars will tell you that reading EA is even better than watching porn.  The author of the many short stories is able to tastefully and vividly describe the most intense erotic experiences without ever becoming vulgar.  EA is lust soaked, rich in sensuality and reads so eloquently that one cannot help but allow their imaginations to be set free.

Digital media is truly changing the popularity of erotic fiction.  Don’t believe us?  Check out EA here.

 

Source: AFP, EasilyAroused.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

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