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clamourous_glamour
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I don't know what you guys read, but along the sex lit lines, I've gotten through:
*Forever, by Judy Blume: good for the squeamish. Fairly good introduction to reading on and experiencing teenage sexual relationships.
*Anais Nin's short stories. Erm, a bit off the wall but great if, like me, your sexual imagination can sometimes lead you down bizarre/fascinating paths. Also good if you are after dirty sex stories mixed with questions about the nature of sexuality.
Do you prefer online stories, cartoons like anime, or buying novels when it comes to sex fiction? Or do you ignore sex fiction altogether?

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jeangenie
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I am a huge fan of erotic fiction. I've found the best at nerve.com (is out-of-site linking ok? i checked the guidlines but i wasn't sure...) Most of the erotic fiction I read is fetish related but if you're into bdsm try Justine by the Marquis de Sade or Story of the Eye by Georges Bataille. If you like Anais Nin's short stories try reading her journals, I found them fascinating. Also, not really erotic but lots of fun, Choke by Chuck Palahnuik. Great author. He also wrote Fight Club.
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-Jill
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(Linking is fine as long as the content isn't age restricted, providing inaccurate information, or simply hateful.)
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