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Written by Amanda Gannon   
Monday, 15 August 2011 23:22

It's Tuesday!  This week I'm answering a reader's question: Do you have any techniques for getting into the right headspace for writing really hot scenes?

Some sex scenes you can put together by the numbers, and they'll shine up okay.  No extraordinary measures required.

Other times you know that you really have to blow the doors off a scene.  It's a pivotal scene, something the reader has been waiting to see, something that will affect how we feel about a character from there onwards, something that sets up or pays off a relationship, something that either resolves a problem or poses a question.

You know it has to be hot.  As hot as you can make it.

Those scenes can be bastards.

My Kink is Your Doom
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Written by Paul D. Batteiger   
Thursday, 11 August 2011 01:52

This is a subject that has bothered me for a long time, and with the last few weeks' posts on gender, race, and body size, it seemed a good time for me to address the politicizing of desire, or rather my opposition to same.  A lot of people have this problem, and I'm sure it causes untold inner turmoil, pain, and lack of fulfillment to many people whose lives and identities are intimately tied into the battle against racism, sexism, ableism, and whatever the term for 'hating fat people' would be if it were an "-ism".

See, it is one thing to hold beliefs on the equality of humankind, and another to argue with your own deepest lusts and desires.  What does one do, after all, if one's fetishes or kinks clash with one's own deeply-held political beliefs?  What if the unpersoning of another human being is not just abhorrent to you, but also really, really gets you hot?  What do we say to the feminist who wants to be spanked and humiliated?  The equality activist who cannot stop fapping over geisha-girl fantasies?  The safe and consensual B&D fetishist who wants to be unsafe?

Beyond this, what do we do when our innermost sexual wants are not just personally distasteful, but indefensible by any measure?  What do we say to the pedophile, the necrophiliac, the person excited by rape or other nonconsensual kinds of sex?  Do we really have nothing to offer these people at all?

Writing the plus-sized character.
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Written by Amanda Gannon   
Tuesday, 09 August 2011 00:07
Anyone who knows me knows that I'm a fat girl, and knows that I am committed to the principles of size acceptance.  It's very important to me.  So, in my stories, I try to make an effort to include women who are definitively not thin.  There's trouble with this, though.

How do you write about a person's size so that the reader knows that they really are supposed to be capital-F Fat? A lot of sexy fiction (and unsexy fiction, but that's not our trade here) written from a woman's point of view has some version of this in the first fifty pages:

"Sexerella knew that she could stand to lose a few pounds, but nobody had ever complained about her voluptuous womanly body, and she knew that her new super-tight velveteen dress was going to look like leopard-print dynamite over her dangerous curves at the fuckerware party later that night."


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