Literotica: Sexy Words Matter
Have you ever heard of “Literature Orgasms Olympics?”
They don’t exist yet, but they might one day.
Perhaps they’ll be the L.O.O one day.
Imagine a woman reading literature using a Hitachi Vibrator and attempting to maintain her composure.
The woman that lasts the longest would wins.
On this subject, you might also find useful this post Madison wrote about her perspective on writing a blog on sex doll from a female perspective.
Stoya below reads an excerpt aloud from “Supervert’s “Necrophilia Variations.” It’s a simple post, but it’s pure pleasure for your eyes.
There is something incredibly arousing about watching her gasp.
I have to say…
…The voyeuristic nature of the video would make anyone hard. No way around it.
That’s true Erotic Literature in a way. She may have launched a movement that might one day spread around the world.
And we might help that slowly on Earth Erotic. So stay tuned. The video in itself is a treat, both for Stoya the reader and the viewer of the video.
By the end of the video, you’ll be wishing for the same happy ending Stoya received.
That’s the marvelous thing about the Internet: new forms of sexual expression can be invented and posted at a rapid rate.
Pornhub vs. Our Imagination
Erotic Stories are part of our psyche. In a way, in our minds, we can project much more elaborate stories than the ones you can watch on Pornhub.
Women are especially good at this. Do you know why women don’t watch as much porn as men?
No? Women have more imagination than dudes…no offense. 🙂
They close their eyes, and a very private Pornhub unfolds right in their minds. Almost like a built-in incognito mode.
This intimate private theatre is not only more discreet but also cheaper and more portable.
Men need to watch.
Women like to be viewed.
There you have it.
So don’t think for one second that women don’t watch porn.
You can find the surprising habits of women who watch porn here.
They fabricate personal sex stories where they’re being watched and desired. These mental stories are incredibly vivid and complex.
But when they do watch porn, see the terms they view on right HERE >>
Lesbian, Massage, threesome…
All that to say…
Erotic stories have been part of our daily lives since the beginning of times.
It’s part of our psyche. We tell them to ourselves and others.
Whether you like to call them erotica, Literotica, erotic literature, sexy stories, porn stories, or whatever, it all comes down to one thing:
Entertaining Your Brain And Getting Yourself Aroused
Erotic stories can be anything, from sex manuals, novels, short stories, poetry, or memoirs. The subject of Literotica can be romance novels with the Fabio-esque he-men on the cover.
Or they can be stories explicitly discussing taboo fetishes that intrigue and turn you on.
Even Google is crazy about Literotica
The keyword “Literotica” brings up 6.9 Million searches a month in Google. A quick Google search for “free sex stories” will bring up an unlimited amount of content…
…ready for your hungry eyes to read.
The topic is so popular that Google recognizes your typos, whether it’s “litrotica, literoctica, lirotica,” or something similar.
Literotica.com has 51.12 Million views a month
Websites like Literotica.com are a perfect place to start your search for the ideal sex story post.
It has a vast range of categories to tickle your fancy.
You can read something you’re familiar and comfortable with or delve into something completely different.
It also has an index of other sites you might like in the same category.
Back in 2014, Judy Canter did an erotic readership survey on her blog that you might find interesting.
But before we get into that, let’s dive a bit in the history of Erotic Literature.
A brief history of Sex Literature
(AKA, putting my history degree to good use.)
The history of sex in literature is pretty interesting.
We’ve written an “Overview of The History of Sex Dolls” before, which, if you haven’t read, you definitely should.
Now, let’s delve deeper into the history of sexy literature.
Sexual literature in the (real) early days
For as long as people have been having sex, folks have been writing about it.
In the 5th century, the Indian monk Vatsyayana wrote the Kama Sutra, a book we are all aware of.
How many Kama Sutra position have you already tried?
Take a minute and think about it…
There is so much to explore still.
Here are 245 positions to get you started, to warm you up a bit.
Pick up the book one day, and you will be surprised by all the positions you didn’t even know existed.
And if you can, avoid the Kama Sutra of the Loveless Marriage.
Maybe you didn’t know this, but the Kama Sura is more than a series of sex positions.
It is a collection of the monk’s years of sexual knowledge and a source of meditation to become closer with one’s creator.
Only 20% of the Kama Sutra talks about sex and sexual positions.
The rest discusses topics ranging from making lemonade to getting a wife, and everything in between (even teaching parrots how to talk!).
It was translated and printed into English in Victorian times by an explorer named Sir Richard Francis Burton.
As you’ll quickly learn in a bit, Victorians weren’t the straight-laced prudes history remembers them as. Burton’s translation is the reason why we know the Kama Sutra as a sex manual.
It is hard to tell how much meditation will get done if you check the book out with a partner.
Now let’s talk about another kinky book
The Decameron of Giovanni Boccaccio, written in 1351.
It is a medieval collection of short stories about sex, love, lust, fortune, misfortune, and everything in between.
Of course, written in medieval Europe, the book was not received well and was promptly banned in multiple countries over the next 500 years.
Erotic lit in the Victorian Era
I mentioned before that Victorian England wasn’t what most of us have been brought up to believe it is. While it is true that Victorian England was a hotbed for prudes and sexual suppression, it is also true that these guys liked to fuck.
Like, a lot.
And we have the Literotica to show that they weren’t as sheltered as we may have imagined.
The nature of the stories depicted sex as a very private affair.
It laid the foundations for the tales that were soon to be written.
“During the Victorian Era, plenty of passion ensued. It was characterized by fixations on spanking, incest, defloration of virgins, rape, orgies, pedophilia, sexual torture, discipline and punishment, homosexuality, cross-dressing, and more.”
The work published in the late 19th century started to push changes in femininity and masculinity. They showed sex as a less private, personal matter involving feelings.
These works gave us the words “sadism” and “masochist,” thanks to the authors who wrote them.
Authors continued to write sexy stories, and the publishing houses kept printing them as the decades passed by.
Despite backlash and outrage from pearl-clutching do-gooders, erotic literature continues to flourish.
In fact, it seems that the more the majority tried to suppress the genre, the more it managed to grow.
The 20th century emerged with plenty of choice stories for readers to choose from.
1928 saw the publication of Story of the Eye, a tale of “extreme” sexual perversion.
The Famous Story of O
In 1954, The Story of O depicted extremely sexual tale about female submission.
Later the movie got the author charged with obscenity.
And, of course…
With the sexual revolution of women in the mid to late 20th century, even more erotic tales emerged with the sole purpose of entertaining and arousing readers.
The 80s were the golden era of sexual literature.
Most of the romance novels we commonly associate with as erotica flooded the market during this time.
Thankfully, now that the internet is a huge factor in sharing and publishing works of erotic fiction, there can be a new age of literotica, with a wider scope of readers and more categories to choose from.
Best Erotic Stories Excerpts
We sorted through some of the most popular websites to find a couple of pieces that will leave you breathless and turned on.
Just in time for the holidays, here is a sexy twist on the classic Christmas poem.
Personally, I got a big kick out of the author’s wit.
Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house
Not a creature was stirring, not even my spouse;
My panties were hung on the bedpost with care,
As my fingers parted my soft pussy hair.
My pussy I fingered while all snug in my bed,
As visions of huge cock danced in my head;
My tit in one hand, and squeezing my nip,
I moaned and I groaned, while my muff I did grip.
The title is pretty on the nose, so you know exactly what to expect.
I liked this story because it delved into the feelings of what it feels like to sort through one’s bi-curiosity.
Maybe you haven’t been in the situation before, but it can pose a lot of conflicting feelings.
This short piece of erotica perfectly encapsulates the emotional part of sexual discovery while turning you on.
Cat leaned in and moved my hair away from my tear soaked face. She used a napkin and dried my tears her face just inches from mine.
My mind froze and I wasn’t sure what to do.
‘Was she going to kiss me? Did I want her to kiss me?’
I didn’t know anything. I was lost and captivated by her.
She moved closer to me my heart began to beat a little faster my breath shortened. I could tell she wanted me and I wanted her to take me. The dance of anticipation was in full swing, and I was just a willing passenger to where she was going to take me.
‘You have very beautiful eyes.’ she said as she placed her hand on my leg. ‘It’s nice to be with you alone tonight.’ and could feel the blood running through my body taking wanting feeling with it.
I now wanted her to kiss me, to feel her soft lips on mine. I wanted her to dive in and immerse herself in me. To take me to places I had never been.
Cat stood up
‘Another drink?’ she asked.
I was delighted and disappointed at the same time.
3. Fucking High
This story is super sexy. I wasn’t sure how cuckolding or swinging really worked, or how it could be a fantasy.
But the author gives a great snapshot into a romp between a married couple and another man.
It’s super hot and definitely worth reading the whole thing.
Watching my wife kiss another man was always the hardest. Something about the intimacy of the act—heads together, eyes closed, the touching, the holding. It was sexy, yet difficult to watch.
Watching her suck another man’s cock was always the hottest. And Sicilia knew how to suck cock. There was something sensual about her technique, the way she bathed it with her tongue, the slow cadence of her bobbing head, the way she stroked him in time. I could practically feel her going down on me, feeling her taking her time until I was ready to explode.
“You know what the best thing about sucking cock is?” she asked. She stroked him, staring up at him as he barely held on. “It’s submissive, yet powerful.”
This is kind of a sad story. It’s different from other erotica pieces because of its tone.
It’s kind of sad and depressing.
You may be thinking, “Why would I want to read depressing erotica?”
Read this excerpt and then read the whole thing for yourself.
It’s been more than a year since I’ve lain skin-to-skin with anyone. The soldier-boy too, because I can see him now in my head, climbing on top of the sweet Thai thing. Did she giggle the way Gary does?
He’s trying to remember all the things he was told about making a woman happy. But he doesn’t know me. He doesn’t know this woman at all. And, as he fumbles with my nipples, I slide off him just long enough to roll the condom down onto his erect cock.
“Don’t you want to fool around a bit first?”
“Not really.” I climb astride him, pushing myself down onto his dick.
“Wow.” He opens his mouth to say something else, but I stop him.
“I’d really like it, Gary, if you’d just be quiet and fuck me.”
This is a great story about a threesome between a married couple and their longtime friend.
It’s well-written and doesn’t leave out important things like the feelings and complications that comes with swinging.
Back at the house Bill made us drinks and he and I sat on the sofa while Marnie sat in the chair across from us. I kicked off my new shoes complaining my feet were sore. At that point Bill knelt on the floor and started giving me a foot massage. Marnie said, “He never does that for me,” as she laughed.
Soon, however, his hands left my feet and started working their way up my legs. They pushed my dress up and I opened my legs, exposing my pussy to both Bill and Marnie. Bill started licking my labia and as his hands parted my lips, his tongue entered me.
I leaned back moaning in ecstacy. I watched as Marnie pulled her dress up and put her hand down her panties as she watched her husband lick her neighbor’s wet pussy.
Can reading erotica with your partner benefit you?
If you’re in a relationship, you probably do a lot of things with your beau to help unwind.
Be it Netflix, going on walks, or any other shared activity, there’s any number of things you two probably do together.
But what about reading a juicy, sexy story together?
When you hear this, the first thing you probably do is cringe. After all, reading Literotica is kind of a personal deal.
However, there are layers to this idea of reading romantic novels and short stories together.
Literotica can help with your sex life!
And humor can too…
However, the fantasies you read together could play a role in your bedroom fun.
Hell, maybe you guys will get some sexy tips from your readings.
Maybe you guys aren’t ready to watch a porn video together.
Easing in with funny sex cartoons is a gentle way to test the waters.
You can highlight your favorite passages and take notes to reference later.
It also provides a window of opportunity for discussion.
These stories, while sometimes corny or silly, can be a springboard for a very exciting sex life.
It helps your emotional intelligence
On a more serious note…
Reading erotic sex stories will help your relationship for sure.
Whether its erotica or a regular book, the conflicts, and resolutions within the plot can give you and your loved one insights to resolve some personal issues.
Avid readers tend to have higher emotional intelligence, which generally leads to a more empathetic nature. Empathy means a better understanding of each other, which helps with communication.
Reading about other couples’ troubles can help both of you work out your own misunderstanding.
And, of course, sex is way hotter when there’s a strong emotional connection.
That’s the beauty with literotica searches.
There are as many sex stories posted on the web as there are porn videos. Some people who are new to the world of sexual content may not be comfortable diving headfirst into porn videos.
This is totally okay and normal.
Sexual literature provides an opportunity to wet your feet if it’s too jarring to watch an explicit video.
Fifty Shades of Gray series.
Maybe the jumping point for mainstream erotica came with the Fifty Shades of Gray series.
It is a poor portrayer of healthy BDSM relationships and a glorified story of an abusive relationship.
However, E.L. James brought new life into the Literotica world and normalized its readership across all groups.
Thankfully, the internet has enabled the masses to enjoy juicy free porn stories without subjecting them to the beforementioned series.
Potholes and character development can be found across any platform.
There is without a doubt some very steamy examples of literotica for readers of any interest.