Do most people prefer reading long or short sexis articles?

Kenneth Fort Kenneth Fort
There's obviously a preference for people. But are you more likely to go through something short, since it saves time, or something long, since it probably has more information, rather than being a quick summary?

Does the type of topic alter it? Novelty versus something you might actually consider highly informative.
10/03/2012
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geekkink geekkink
All of my articles are long, that is just how I do it, I put a lot of information into my articles. One of my articles hit the pop spot with just under 1500 views. However as a reader, if your article contains a lot of scientific information, I want it to be long, I want o get as much information from it as I can so that I know what I am reading has been researched, if it's mostly personal experience, I prefer it be shorter, if it matters that much to you, you should be able to express it in a firm manner, that gets strait to the point. However, that all depends on what you consider a long article. I read a thousand words per minute, so I might be a bad rating for what a long article is.
10/05/2012
AHubbyof2SexualMinds AHubbyof2SexualMinds
I think topic does play into it. Most of mine tend to be on the longer side I think because I'm a wordy writer. I find that if it's a good topic you're going to have more to say on it and the length is good. I personally enjoy longer articles to read as well.
10/05/2012
freud13 freud13
I like long and short articles. Some of my favorite sexis articles have been rather long, but I have enjoyed the way the author wrote and all the information they included.
10/05/2012
sktb0007 sktb0007
It really depends on the subject (for me).
10/05/2012
Ex-prude Ex-prude
Short for me. I'm just not a big reader. tl;dr, lol
10/05/2012
Jesyra Jesyra
It depends on the subject and how well informed the writer is. If the topic is important or attention grabbing than I'd rather have a long article. If it isn't, or if the writer doesn't have much material for the article, I'd rather it be short.
10/05/2012
travelnurse travelnurse
Depends on the subject sometimes I get bored with it as I am reading it.
10/06/2012
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