The Waitress is a Harlot - Christian porn? Who'd a thunk? And just what constitutes a harlot anyway?
The Erotic Adventures of Missy. Pure and unadulterated and lusty, just like Missy, these stories were written to celebrate the raw desire you just feel good about despite the yammering of the dried-up fools who demand you repress all natural urges so they don't have to feel they're missing the best part of life. New: Finally! The seventh installment of Missy called Dinner Tail. What happens when the wife of a guy Missy's "been with" invites her to dinner? With Missy, ya never know...
Tina and the Prudish Roommate. Ok, so you like sex and your chaste roommate is ticked off at your spirited expressions of sexual release that easily pierce the thin walls. What do you do? Placate her? Arouse her? Gag yourself with a monsterous love pickle?
Is this Then or Is This Now? War and sex. Things repeat. Lovers aren't what they seem. There's economics to it, to be sure, and an undercurrent of politics. But there's also Blue and her breasts and that little tuft of hair Digger left when he shaved her.
Changing Colors concerns a man who is not as sensually impaired as most men and two women who like each other way too much--at least for some saleswomen. That's all I'm tellin' about this one.
Raising the Bar concerns two men and a really hot woman who demands them both--but there are, of course, complications. The story builds slowly to an explosive climax, a warning to you pistol packin', penis pistoning porn seekers.
Valentine was a saint who had his day, but saintly isn't the way you'd describe any of the participants in Valentine's Day. Two of them are women who rather fancy each other, and Roger is sorta outta the loop, but he catches up.
We're proud to present two quite different explorations of the theme. In The Preacher and the Worm, Malpenso explores the darker side of religious repression, one that explodes into a hot sexual encounter.
Erotic religious themes? Who'd have thought they'd come together, other then as a news item featuring defrocked priests? We have stories that touch upon this topic as well.
Try this romp through the world of the confessional called Forgive Me, Father, Robert Buckley's vision of a romantic triangle gone slightly awry.
Then there's The Watcher. You know those cute women who come to your door wanting you to look at their magazines? Well, they sometimes surprise you with their sexuality.
Ever wanted to talk to a real pervert? You know, a woman the religious conservatives would stone in a heartbeat? Well, maybe it'd be like Conversation with a Pervert. Or maybe not.
Hey, it's not just a holiday; Valentine was a saint who had his day, but saintly isn't the way you'd describe any of the participants in Valentine's Day. Two of them are women who rather fancy each other, and Roger is sorta outta the loop, but he catches up.
One More Night takes the threesome theme and runs with it. One of the few second person stories we've found that works, J. T. Langdon takes us into the mind of a man immersed in the erotic.
And finally, we're proud to feature the dark and carnal Homewrecker, Jason DeBoer's piece on infidelity that calls into question the narrowness of the sexual box society tries fitting us into.
Elsewhere on this site you've visited the erotic images from Pompeii, so why not try a story from ancient Crete, Temple of Pleasure? Written by the talented Sage Vivant, the story links the past with the present in surprising ways. Erotica is, indeed, timeless.
Jane also says: "This is a really thought provoking and sexy site! There is a wonderful selection of erotica, which manages to be both literate and sexy."
Literary Erotica? How come novels claiming to be literary seem to lack sexual steam? Well, at least one author has figured it out. That author is Alma Marceau, and her book, Lofting, is one good, hot read. Take a gander at our review.
If you're looking for dirty pictures--well, we don't have any here. But if you like tasteful nude photos just click the link to go to DOMAI, a site devoted to the beauty and sexuality of women everywhere.
Erotic Pictures? Nudes? Here are some links to the web's best nude photography.
Back in the middle ages, catharsis was important. The poor got their day in festivals which featured reversals: they got rich and powerful for a day, while the unelected elite stood aside. Even religious folks back then understood the utility of allowing people to blow off steam once in a while. Does porn function the same way? Does it relieve the stress of a repressive society? Read Letting Out the Bung: A Fool's Inquiry into Pornography and Exploding Wine Casks.
One of the original reasons for Solomon's Refuge was to provide annotated
links to porn studies. Most show porn to be harmless, and many outline
the social benefits of porn.
And we have a bookstore so that you can be informed on sexual issues past and present.
Should writers be vigilant over rapidly eroding rights? Are we in the U. S. slouching toward fascism?
The ancients had their porn, you can be sure of that. Every culture has its celebration of sex, no matter what the religious folks say. See what the rich folks in Pompeii had on their walls.
Speaking of Literary Erotica, need a link to some more?
Sex Blogs anyone?