Saturday, December 17, 2005

I'm Not A Lesbian, but...

This is why I subscribe to Tit Elation. Stories so good, that even if you don't normally get hot about this 'thing' you suddenly have to slide those fingers into your panties, between your lips, and get a release!

Exhibit A), The Delightful Roommate, by Renae Arden. A story about two female roommates, one of whom is lesbian, the other is straight - and she makes it clear that she's not about to give up the cock, but naturally, one thing leads to another and...

She grabbed two fists full of my hair, yanking me closer to her, pushing my face deeper into her. She pressed into me, bucking her hips as she moved, accepting, enjoying every bit of my mouth. She was moaning in pleasure, pleading for more.

OK, so the roommate actually gives in before that section, but that's where I start to get wet... really wet. The kind of wet that insists you go do something about it.

This story was published on the website's members area awhile ago, but since it was in the "lesbian" category, I didn't read it. But thankfully, it was also selected for the Best Of Book, and that's when I read it. Now it's one of my favorites, a regular participant in my bedtime activities.

But, now, finally, they have selected to use this story as a free sample at the site, and now you can read it too. So what are you waiting for?

Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Reading Smut Is a Turn On

I am not alone.

From Sex-Kitten:

How much do women like words? As part of our work, Hester & I read a lot of smut. Not long ago, Hester was doing research ~ searching for a quote in old booklets. Several of these old publications had stories in them, and while she was scanning them quickly looking for a few lines to suit her purpose, she suddenly realized "my panties are soaking wet!"

Even though she wasn't reading for arousal, the words ~ the details of sexual context & situation ~ moved her past her own context of research.

That's right, Hester, words can move a person past what they are doing. We move the use of language. According to studies, "women are better at integrating and assimilating information from distributed gray-matter regions of the brain, which aids language skills."

Which means a wise man would try to sweet-talk a woman right out of her panties.

And if he can't find words of his own, he should take the words of others - and read erotica to her.

From an article at Canoe:

According to Suzie, a product development manager in her late twenties, sexy lingerie and 'mood food' pale in comparison to the experience of reading erotic literature. Quick to point out that it's "not pornography," she says that reading sexually suggestive books (either on your own or with a partner) is enough to stoke the fire of even the most burnt out romance. Having received a series of erotic books as a Christmas gift from her husband, she says that "they've been just the thing we needed to get us through the depression of the winter."

So, there it is, share naughty stories with your partner - the hot erotica will keep you warm & happy all winter long.