does NOT sound like something that Emma Swan would say. It sounds more like something that would come out of Charming’s mouth. I feel like all the character notes that made Emma of OUR world and made her relatable as the “everyman” character have been woefully lost. It comes to something when she…
This gent in Writer’s Digest is “sickened” by fragment sentences in prose.
Scuuuuse me. It’s called creating lyrical dissonance
You. Pedantic. Fuck.
I spend a good amount of time reading fanfiction, sometimes of an erotic nature. During which I have noticed that a severe and potentially harmful error in sexual etiquette continues to be depicted as a good idea. Let me preface this by saying that while I’ve never had a sexual partner
except my hand, I am a horndog teenager who’s read a substantial amount of articles regarding cunnilingus don’t judge from many websites of varying journalistic credibility. Across the board there seems to be a general consensus that you do not ever bite the clitoris. Why? Because it’s a bundle of nerves and it will fucking hurt. Yet I regularly come across fics in which a bitten clitoris causes the receiving lady to climax.
Clit bites are just one of those little smut fic things, like excessive throbbing or weird euphemisms for genitals. (manhood, core, pulsing sex?) These quirks are kind of silly, but not necessarily bad or problematic. So why am I raining on the clit chewing parade?
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proving a point to my mom.
also, im curious as to how much of the tumblr population writes
(not the greatest writer, but I am one hehe)
I need to improve my wordsmithery. Lately I’ve been so absorbed in having to write with journalistic soundness, some creative prose would be a nice break. Send me prompts, I’ll write absolutely anything.