1. How to Write a Terrible Sex Story


    Date: 4/14/2016, Categories: Essay, Cruelty, Discipline, Hardcore, Masturbation, Torture, Author: BashfulScribe, Rating: 78.7, Source: sexstories.com

    I'm not using those words willy-nilly - a saga is a story that focuses on events. That's what saga means. Ergo, stroke stories, which focuses on the events of sex so much that the people in the story may as well be cardboard cutouts, are sagas. The best porn stories are legends. Legends are not just amazing stories, contrary to what many believe - a legend is a story that focuses on the character. Need an example? Romeo and Juliet would be a legend. Events happen but the focus is on the characters. The Day After Tomorrow would be more a saga, since there are arguably no characters that encompass the whole story, and the story is all about the events that happen in the weather disaster. Lastly, I want to once again clarify that fbailey doesn't deserve to be known as a bad writer - just a bad writer of *stories*, which isn't their ultimate goal to write in the first place. We cool? Right. Moving on. Source: "She peed in the urinal" by fbailey Usually, the better sex stories are legends. This is simply because more good porn legends then sagas are written - sagas are harder to pull off when characters can come and go, since the spotlight isn't on them. Plus, we read porn to fantasize, to project ourselves onto a lucky guy. Some people just want the immediate release and as such, go to someone like fbailey and find a story wherein a blank slate of a male protagonist (which is easy to project yourself on to since they have no alienating traits) bangs something like three girls ...
    in the first few paragraphs. That's fine, that's that audience. But notably, no one of his stories stand the test of time. Yet stories like Chris and Christie, She is the One, and An Incest Birthday, the first three I could think of, have fared better, received more hits, and are remarked as better stories. Now, why is this? The most noteworthy thing about those three stories is that while sex isn't abundant, it isn't always the focus of the story. Sex is regarded as a novelty. This drives the idea that sex takes place between the ears home. The more you know about the characters involved, the more you care about them, and share their experiences. It's like with normal human beings - when your friends are happy, you're happy. We behave with book characters in a very similar way. When a character you identify with and really like has sex for the first time, after a few pages, that build-up of no sex, plus the attachment to the character creates an anticipation in a porn story, and when it finally culminates, you feel a lot more satisfied. This happens with... The first two stories definitely, and the third one to an extent. When sex is treated as a novelty, something that doesn't happen all the time, the sex isn't the norm anymore, it's more precious, more worthwhile. You know you've written a poor story when the sex happens before you know the main character's real personality. The other side of this coin is waiting. ON XNXX in particular, having no sex in your first chapter ...
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