This is the reason I became involved in writing super-sentai fan fiction. Since each sentai series is different from one another--including the cast, plot, weapons, mecha and even theme songs--this gave me the opportunity to write for a genre I love without being forced to conform to the inane and retarded level of writing that Saban exhibited during Power Ranger's first two years on the air in America.
However, asside from that, I have always enjoyed erotic fiction. In 1993, users of my electronic bulletin board service took the liberty to upload a variety of stories for other users to download and read. That is when I first discovered any such fiction existed. Later, I took to acquiring similar fiction from the newsgroup alt.sex.stories on the USENET. Prior to the commercialization of the internet, this newsgroup didn't have a 99:1 ratio of ads (spam) to actual stories. And now, most stories that are not spam are too short, begin and then end with unrealistic, animalistic, sexist and plotless pornography. Which is fine for the TV screen if you are into renting this useless stuff. However, I have always felt more emotionally involved in the characters making love to one another if I know who they are.
I have taken to writing such fiction where a story is being developed. Primarily because I have been disturbed by the non-stop trend of American motion pictures either being one extreme or the other. If there is sex, there is no plot. Or the plot isn't very good. If the picture has a great story, you will normally find that the sex is omitted, edited or at least censored. A rare example of "good" movies with "included" sex is the movie "Wild Things". I put good and included in quotes because the sex wasn't included on the level of a pornography film (to obviously avoid the NC-17 rating).
Interestingly enough, producers have a good reason to dodging the MPAA rating. It has been said that most movie theaters are located in malls. And most malls have told mangers of such theaters that they cannot lease space for their theater if they plan to show an NC-17 rated feature. So this means that out of all of the movie theaters in the country, most of them will not even show your picture if it is NC-17.
NC-17 is a rating that was created by the MPAA because they failed to trademark the X rating. At one time (namely the 1970s), MPAA had assigned this rating to motion pictures which are, by today's standard R rated. Throughout the 1980s, underground porn filmmakers began to print X, XX and XXX on their box as some what of a joke and means of promotion. XXX was never a real rating and it's merely jargon now for a "hardcore" porno flick. (Verses XX, which is only "soft"core porno, I suppose.)
You cannot even find decent erotic fiction in the adult magazines. More often enough, our ``script'' is the starlet talking about how she let her X-number of girlfriends do this and that with all these guys involved and how they did all of these aggressive things and loved every moment of it, wanted it to never stop and was always thinking about it. Now, of course, to a salesman's point of view, to put this sort of fantasy material into an adult magazine is fine because men are buying it for the fact that it is a fantasy. If he wanted real life, he wouldn't be buying the magazine. He'd be looking at his girlfriend/fiance/wife.
However, there are some men with taste. And though we enjoy risque material, there is a certain charm to voluptuous yet 'innocent' stories. And, as I mentioned before, one doesn't care about two people on screen just going at it. And one cares even less if they're READING about it. So, something more compelling must be included. And a good story will make you fall in love with the man or woman that is about to reward you with what nature has given them.
To anyone who actually appreciates the depiction of natural acts of men and women; I sincerely hope you enjoy these works and let anyone that you would know who would enjoy them visit these pages to indulge in them. Thank you.
Last Updated: August 27, 1998