erotic stories for women – A Long Overdue erotica sexual Renaissance

We are all too familiar with the scenario: dozens of half-read erotica on our Kindle app, or surfing the internet for countless hours, hoping to find that one perfect story that not only appeals to our fantasies, but does not debase women or womanhood. 

This owes to the fact that the bulk of mainstream women’s erotic literature was not created with a female target audience in mind, hence they subconsciously, and many times, even blatantly enforce psychosexual codes of female passivity and male aggressiveness. This is perhaps why psychologist Alfred Kinsley’s inquiry into modern human sexuality has confirmed, and re-confirmed that compared with men, women are noticeably less likely to have orgasms. According to the study, men report orgasms in 95 percent of heterosexual encounters, but the figure ranges from 50 to 70 percent for women. Certain other factors, such as age, education and religious beliefs affect this statistic; nevertheless, the final deduction is that women enjoy sex less than men do.  

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In the light of that knowledge, we now understand that sex begins in the mind, and the ability for women to be sexual and to think sexual thoughts is greatly influenced what they watch, read and ingest; and erotica can be immensely helpful or damaging to a woman’s psychosexual development, and thus, her ability to obtain maximum sexual pleasure. 

We have however, witnessed things greatly improve on this scene, with the advent of erotica stories for women : passionate stories of lust and love, written to cater to the sexual fantasies of the 21st century woman, without suggesting that she is in any way sexually subordinate to the man. You can be gay, bi-sexual, transgender or straight, erotic stories for women don’t judge or discriminate. Writers of erotic stories for women and other genres of literature continue to valiantly sail into previously unexplored territories, bringing to light themes and trends often ignored by their male counterparts. Women’s erotica writers inject their stories with more romance and vivid sensory experiences, exploring trends such as body positivity, sexual psychology, and reproductive choices, while embracing and celebrating the beauty of human sexuality.

So the next time you’re contemplating pouring yourself a glass of wine and taking a soak in the tub, why not take out some time to explore the repertoire of erotic stories for women, written specifically with a female target audience in mind. You can begin with the sizzling stories on Smilemaker’s Collection or Marie Claire’s erotic stories or erotica section and thank us later.                                                            

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