Too raunchy for erotica?

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Too raunchy for erotica?

SilverMinxxx SilverMinxxx
I like it all.
03/10/2012
BlooJay BlooJay
All of them are good.
03/10/2012
AHubbyof2SexualMinds AHubbyof2SexualMinds
I think those terms are just fine, a little more raunchy is fine with me.
03/12/2012
Caus Caus
Raunchy terms are nice.
03/15/2012
anonkitty anonkitty
Interesting topic. I think it's more important that the diction fits the scene. If it fits, it works. (i.e. dirty talking= raunchier the better!)
03/16/2012
Hallmar82 Hallmar82
If it's something you say in real life then yes, it should be in erotica. I have trouble getting into unrealistic erotica (paranormal/horror, mind control, etc.).
03/17/2012
ellejay ellejay
I like it raunchy.
03/17/2012
Crystal1 Crystal1
I'd rather they err on the "raunchy" side than talk about "her delicate lady garden" or something.
03/17/2012
Azule Azule
I like the raunchy graphic terms compared to the really abstract ones. But there is a line somewhere, and I can tell when it just becomes too gross.
03/17/2012
CreamySweet CreamySweet
Quote:
Originally posted by Callisto
Do you mind if your erotica mentions "cock" or "pussy"?

What do you like better?
I live it dirty, say it dirty and want it dirty in my real life. The "He entered her with his shaft by pressing his bulbous tip between he pouting lips" though exciting does nothing for me by comparison to the " Her pussy grasped the sides of his massive cock as she quivered and begged for him to erupt with a huge load of cum deep inside her as she thrust forward to take him as far into her depths as she could go". Or something like that... sorry. Gave myself a moment lol. Where the hell is my - oh! Ooooh...her it is
03/17/2012
calliope calliope
Meh sometimes
03/23/2012
unfulfilled unfulfilled
I prefer classy writing and using my imagination.
03/28/2012
Kitka Kitka
Quote:
Originally posted by hyperballad
I'd rather have ~vulgar~ words than ridiculous euphemisms like throbbing manhood and heated core.
Yep, I agree with you here. Who wants to hear about his throbbing purple-headed warrior stabbing her mound of love pudding? Ick! Give me cock and pussy and I'm happy
03/28/2012
sexxxkitten sexxxkitten
I like raunchy terms.
03/28/2012
spankingfunfor spankingfunfor
Quote:
Originally posted by Callisto
Do you mind if your erotica mentions "cock" or "pussy"?

What do you like better?
Where sex and erotica are concerned all language;graphic,porno ,S&M,BDSM or whatever it takes to turn you or even other into sex maniacs is OK by me!Cock or Pussy can't say sex any better than any other erotica!
03/28/2012
Sex Positivity Sex Positivity
Quote:
Originally posted by Ryuson
I don't mind if it's in the dialogue, but it gets a little old in the actual descriptions. I prefer "His shaft hardened" To "His cock/dick hardened."
Absolutely agreed.
04/03/2012
Terri69 Terri69
I like raunchy and real.
04/06/2012
Secret Pleasure Secret Pleasure
The slang makes it more exciting and hot if you ask me.
04/06/2012
RomanticGoth RomanticGoth
Raunchy and slang is all fine and dandy in my book. I just hate it when everything is dumbed down or becomes excessive. I hate terms like... Va Jay Jay! I can't believe i've heard that on television!
04/06/2012
Gone (LD29) Gone (LD29)
Quote:
Originally posted by Kkay
For me it depends on the character (but then, I write and read very character-centric porn). If it seems out of place for the PoV character to use that kind of language to me, it'll knock me out of the story.

I have one character who ...
I totally agree with this. These scenes seem to work so much better when the language used stays in line with the characters involved.

Anything that falls under the PWP umbrella, vulgar is good.
04/08/2012
PassionateLover2 PassionateLover2
Quote:
Originally posted by Callisto
Do you mind if your erotica mentions "cock" or "pussy"?

What do you like better?
I prefer graphic language/slang.
04/08/2012
Raigne Raigne
Depends on the writing. I generally dislike dressing it up just to avoid being crude, but if it's a historical novel and they're terms that would have been used in that time period, that's alright.
04/08/2012
Geogeo Geogeo
I prefer if they dont talk at all.
04/08/2012
CollegeFun2014 CollegeFun2014
I love the use of cock and pussy. If it tries to stay classy it turns me off. Quickly.
05/12/2012
mmmmm mmmmm
Nah I don't mind.
05/31/2012
Mightymegarod Mightymegarod
I think "cock" is fine, but I'm not a huge fan of "pussy". It's kind of a moodkiller.
06/08/2012
Nirelan Nirelan
I've let my language "grow" over the years lol so back in the day I would have not liked it, but now, it's all cool. The raunchier it is the better, it seems.
06/15/2012
Nirelan Nirelan
Quote:
Originally posted by P'Gell
I enjoy most forms of erotica, with the exception of those that refuse to use either real or crude words for sex organs. I don't care for those that use silly baby words like my absolute most hated word EVER "Va Jay Jay!" It's a ...
LMAO!!!!!!!! I love this! My kids learned to call their vaginas jay jays just cuz it seemed better than pee pees. They called penises peanuts. Now my oldest is 8 and I'm teaching her the correct terms for things, she thinks they are funny words, but she should know that it's a vagina and not a jay jay. my 4 year old still calls it a jay jay most of the time though :/ My 8 year old is pretty advanced though, I've already explained to her exactly how babies are made and she watched her sister be born so she knows where they come from. I refuse to lie to my kids about things like THAT.
06/15/2012
hybridinsurge hybridinsurge
I like graphic sex but I don't always like graphic slang in erotica. Sometimes that kind of language feels forced, considering the characters in a specific piece.
07/02/2012
TheirPet TheirPet
I like raunchy terms myself.
07/06/2012
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