Tuesday, January 17, 2006
Ok folks, so here is a thought...
So I write a little smutty story about a sexed up football game. No big deal. The wife, maybe joking, I’m not sure, says that I should do this and make us some money as a semi-erotic writer, maybe full blown (pun) erotic writer.
First I write a few stories that are simple enough to act as a how to seduce and perform certain “acts” to help enhance the overall activity, just for the wife. Somewhere along the line some Christian couple we’re talking to says their sex life is boring and a collection of stories are offered to them. It spices their evenings up a bit, no harm no foul. Somewhere this would cross a line but where? I mean anything that’s given to them is not to illicit an outward response from them but is something they can do for them selves.
No one is supplying pictures or anything, disrespectful and distasteful.
I mean many Christians; couples in general, fall into a routine of sexual patterns. Could a well written book used to encourage couples to explore each other in respectful and highly pleasurable ways not work? I think most married people on earth would have experienced sexual desire in some capacity and might like to know more.
I’m not talking about cheesy gimmick books but something more visceral and sensual that would take people through the process of re-seducing their spouse but for Christian couples. Jules and I have given a book, as a wedding present that we’ve enjoyed reading but there are some chapters that are not covered in our experience, predominantly those on gay relationships. There are other things that are covered that are, shall we say, “useful” utilizing a multitude of body parts, oils, techniques, etc.
I can’t see this as porn because it would be used to enhance the marital exchange by enticing the couple to develop and experience corporal emotions between each other.
Who here doesn’t like good sex and wouldn’t like to get better at it?