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Why is eroticism so exciting? In researching this article, my intent was to answer this question scientifically. What I have learned from various articles is that women tend to read eroticism, just as men tend to prefer the visual stimulation and instant orgasm satisfaction of video pornography.

I’ve learned that nearly as many women read eroticism as men watch porn. The differences between male and female brains lead men to spread their semen practically indiscriminately (and emotions can suck it up), while women tend to be more demanding because somehow we have to be (single parents). are tough). So, according to these studies, when it comes to arousal, men want boobs, butts and butts, and women want a story to think about.

And that’s why we like eroticism.

In all fairness, these studies read as Women-Are-Mars-and-Men-are-Venus Hoodoo, and they get on my nerves. I am a woman and I watch and enjoy pornographic videos, as do many of my friends. And since I’m the author of some interesting books, I know that men definitely read and listen to eroticism. And what about those who identify outside the gender binary? They are not represented in these studies.

So I give up on the stereotypical male / female brain analysis and go instead to: Erotica is a super fun way to get our engines working.

When it comes to eroticism, readers have all kinds of tastes, from a slowly building romance that ultimately culminates in sweet love sex, to hardcore perversion (so to speak) with little history. ‘love.

Some of these tastes are adaptive and ingrained, others are the result of our current social ideas about sexuality, and others are ways of dealing with past events. For example, rape fantasies can be invigorating for someone who wants to regain control after being raped. Reading rape stories by no means means that the reader enjoyed being raped or wants to be raped again. So if you’ve ever hit this kind of erotic do me a favor and stop this shit. Imagination should never be seen as an indication of a person’s desire for what they want to achieve in real life. Brains are so complicated.

And with all of that in mind, here’s a delicious and diverse erotica compilation that’s a must-read to whet your sexual appetite – naughty, arousing.

1. The Sleeping Beauty trilogy by A. N. Roquelaure (aka Anne Rice, yes, this Anne Rice)

A classic. Nothing is forbidden in this series and Anne Rice is a brilliant writer, so the prose is just as beautiful as the hot scenes. You need all three. The former had a little too many whipping and spanking for my liking, but I’ve tagged a few scenes in Book 3 for quick reference. Do the eyepiece.

2. The Anita Blake series by Laurel K. Hamilton

USA Today states, “What the Da Vinci Code did for the religious thriller, the Anita Blake series did for the vampire novel.” Reviews show it’s a better written adult Twilight.

3. My books

I’d be an idiot if you didn’t mention my books, right? My bisexual romantic duet has gotten a number of 5-star reviews and many late night messages from straight women suddenly questioning their sexuality (please!). Red Water is a dark, steamy M / F love story that turns the alpha male trope upside down.

4. Wallbanger by Alice Clayton

A silly hot M / F love story about a woman whose new apartment shares a bedroom wall with her hot and very sexually active neighbor.

5. Chloe Caldwell’s wives

“A story about falling in love with a woman, about love for women, about being a woman”.

6. The Krinar Chronicles trilogy by Anna Zaire

For an extraterrestrial love story. If you’ve ever dreamed of being excluded from a superior race with a hellish alpha humanoid. I mean.

7. The Rush series by Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward

A hot M / F bad boy love story for readers who like slow build.

8. Delta of Venus by Anaïs Nin

A classic collection of erotic tales from the master of lush and literary erotic storytelling.

9. The Black Dagger Brotherhood series by J.R. Department

When I was crowdsourcing this series was recommended by several people. Hm.

10. Outlander by Diana Gabaldon

The story that started it all. (I had no idea this series was considered erotic, by the way, until I did some research. I think I have to read it now.)

11. Discovered for you by Sylvia Day

One of the most popular alpha novel series with over 6,700 reviews on Amazon.

12. Teresa and Isabelle by Violette Leduc

Rumored to be “a great literary display of desire and female sexuality” I had never heard of this F / F romance before researching this article. Bought.

13. Bully (The Fall Away Series) by Penelope Douglas

A new M / F adult love story about fighting and falling in love.

14. From Lukov with love from Mariana Zapata

A contemporary M / F sporty love story with a slow burn.

15. The other side of Zane’s pillow

From the author of the great movie Addicted, this New York Times bestseller tells the story of a love affair between a woman who has had enough and a man who has it all.

16. The Beautiful Monsters series from Jex Lane

M / M erotic that has climbed the charts of Vampire Horror, LGBT Fantasy and Vampire Paranormal Suspense.

17. Vox by Nicholson Baker

An erotic classic, told from the point of view of a man and a woman talking on a party line. A study of erotic conversation.

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