Sharing sex-positive shit: September 2020

A laptop, headphones and coffee cup on a red background. Photo.

I feel like I blinked and September vanished – a whole month of 2020 flashing before my eyes as I made big life decisions and tried to write even one piece of sex-positive shit for Smutathon. Smutathon, for those of you who don’t know, is a twelve-hour, smut-writing marathon where sex writers from around the world come together to fundraise through creating filth. It’s a brilliant event, and it means I have loads of sex positive shit to share with y’all.

This is part of a series of posts that I started writing months ago but am finishing and posting in late October. I apologise for the confusing order in which content is appearing.

Formidable Femme – Room 518

I think Sarah Brynn Holliday (they/them) might be the only other sex writer I know who starts their erotica by giving you the characters’ pronouns, and I love it. I also love this COVID-inspired smut, which is full of rules and teasing and pre-fuck negotiations so both characters knew exactly what would make the other hot.

“She hadn’t expected to beg. They both agreed this was just about fucking, but K thought she’d be able to handle the anticipation, the teasing, the unspoken, gentle taunting. Apparently not.”

Kitten (for Smutathon) – Endo stories: I do not forgive

Kitten (she/her) was one of the writers who shared their own experiences with endometriosis on the Smutathon blog in the run up to the event, and her words are incredibly hard hitting. I cried while reading this, because it’s utterly horrific that afab people’s fears are routinely dismissed and their pain not taken seriously.

“I was powerless.  

I thought I was going mad.

I was given anti-depressants.

The pain never stopped.”

Kelvin Sparks – Review: Vixen Mr. Right Packer

I still haven’t bought my first packer, but I have spent a lot of time on Kelvin Sparks’ (he/him) blog looking at reviews of packers. This one made me think about choosing a size of packer relative to your body type and how with a large packer a “quick grope can make it feel like you have a semi”. Fuck yes.

“I won’t lie, I was a little bit transfixed by the Mr. Right’s balls for a while, because I don’t think I’ve seen another soft packer than has such deliberate uneven balls before. The left testicle is larger than the right and hangs lower, and the ball wrinkles make sense.”

Exhibit A – William the Red

Choosing just one of the filthy stories that EA (he/him) wrote for Smutathon was hard (pun intended?). This one wins because it features risky sex and semi-public blow jobs, and it made me very keen to try sucking someone off in the back of a lecture theatre some time soon. Any volunteers?

“That we fucked last week? And again yesterday morning? That we’d been flirting all term, even as she made her way through half the college rowing squad and I had opportunistic sex at parties with men, women, and enbys I didn’t know from Adam three hours earlier?”

Confess Hannah – Fun And Games

Mmm, assertive and slightly arrogant is very much my type, and I admit that I was casting one particular crush of mine in the role of the guy in Hannah’s (she/her) smut. Even when struggling with a super low sex drive, I’m always down to read filth featuring a little dominant face-fucking.

“I think about that face you pulled in the kitchen earlier when I said something sassy, and you pulling me back to tell me I’d pay for that later. I think about what would have happened if you forced me to your knees in the kitchen.”

afrosexology_ – Sex shouldn’t hurt, unless you want it to

It scares me that we live in a society where people with vaginas are told that painful sex is a thing they have to suffer through. This post reminded me that as well as wanting to help other people learn that sex isn’t supposed to hurt, I want to check in with my own body more and learn what being fully aroused feels likes.

“Folx with vaginas are damn near brainwashed to believe [and accept] that painful sex, especially the first time, is normal. This leaves so many people continuing with painful sex, usually in silence.”

Harlequin Works – Financial domination – take my money, turn me on

I have been having a lot of feelings about financial domination recently, and I absolutely loved this post because it details some of the different ways you can play with findom and why it can be so hot. Harlequinn’s (he/him) words confirmed that this is definitely something that I’d like to explore.

“Or cuckolding. Sure it can be humiliating that you’re going to do sexy things with another person that I want to do with you, but it’s even more humiliating to make me pay for dinner for both of you afterwards.”

The Other Livvy – Button Fly Jeans

Fuck yes, I am so here for more cis sex writers putting trans and non-binary characters into their filth! With the caveat, of course, that they need to do it respectfully, which Livvy (she/her) obviously does. This piece is hot, and I hope Livvy keeps pushing herself to write non-straight and non-cis smut.

“She loved to scratch her nails across the fine bumps in the cloth, sending vibrations through to the skin underneath, and touching just close enough to tease but far enough away to be decent.”

A to sub Bee – With a little help from my friends

I absolutely love photos that feature one person with lots of hands on them. I hope it’s ok to admit that I really want to be Bee (they/them) in this photo, with lots of friends groping me. Looking at this photo makes me miss sex – especially sex where I’m at the centre of the group getting fucked!

No quote from this one, just go click on it. Seriously.

Cameron Glover – People need the information more than they need you to be perfect

In the Smutlancer Spotlight this month is the fabulous Cameron Glover (she/her), making me feel seen because I am very, very good at focussing on all the small details rather than actually positing the thing. Here’s to less perfectionism and more putting filthy and/or educational content out there.

“Let go of the idea that things need to be perfect before you can start or even do the thing that you *know* that you’re meant to be doing. I promise that your people will resonate deeper with you taking that action than letting perfection hold you back.⁣”

Who knows him better: his best friends help me fuck him
Suicidal sex writer: off brand but on my meds

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