I would call them questions, but they aren’t really questions. They are concerns.
What if I’m too… weird?
This has come up a couple of times. The thing is, we are ALL weird, in our own way. You just don’t know that because we don’t usually air our sexy dirty laundry for all to read. The point of this book is to show that, women, just like men, have fantasies and fetishes and crazy kinky desires. This book is the place to share that part of yourself.
It will also, hopefully, be the place where other woman can read about your fantasies and realize that they too are normal. And not alone.
This isn’t erotic. No one is going to get off on this.
This isn’t a book of erotica. While some stories may be erotic, this book is a place to share the stories that made you who you are in the bedroom (dungeon, living room, movie theater, airplane bathroom, etc.) Some of those stories involve abuse or rape, others simple explorations that ended in incredible feelings. This is the place to answer unspoken questions.
- What is it like to have sex when you are in a wheelchair?
- What was it like to tell your partner about your fetish?
- What was it like to have sex with men, when you knew you really wanted to have sex with women.
- What was it like to have sex AS a woman, when you wanted to be the man?
- Have you ever been shamed for your fantasies? How did you deal with it?
- If you are a sex worker, what was it like the very first time you were paid for your services?
Um. My story is too normal. Too vanilla. Too plain.
Being completely vanilla is completely fine. Vanilla is a subtle complex flavor with many complexities. No ones sex life is completely void of story. Why do you think your sex life it too vanilla? Do you wish it was something else? Are you happy with it? Did you try exploring and find that it wasn’t for you? Does the idea of kink and fetish creep you out? Share your feelings. Both sides of that story are welcome as long as there is no name calling.
What form is this book going to be?
This will be an ebook available easily and cheaply for all to read.
Is there compensation for the writers?
No. I’m wish I could, but with 50 contributes, and my time spent editing etc, and a sale price of a 99 cents, and who knows if any will even sell, at this point, this is simply a labor of love. Contributors will get a download codes for themselves and a friend.