Sparks Fly In Erotic Literature
Do you ever read a passage in a novel that gets your pulse quickening and your cheeks reddening? Maybe the words give you butterflies, taking you back to scenarios where you felt the tingling tension and desire that the characters are feeling. It's like reading a secret diary. You may get caught, but it's too juicy to put down.
There's nothing wrong with that! In fact, there are lots of health benefits to reading erotic literature.
First things first, reading is never a bad thing
Erotic literature or "Literotica" is geared towards people who need a more in-depth story to get their blood flowing. Some of us need more emotional depth and character development than others. Getting wrapped up in a story and picturing the characters in your own mind creates a different kind of build-up than seeing on-screen acting.
A Safe Space for Fantasy
It's also safer in our own heads. Reading a book creates a safe mental space for people to explore their sexual desires and preferences. Many of us are raised in environments where sex wasn't discussed openly or positively, so reading erotic literature is a safe way to explore and develop our preferences without the fear of someone catching us watching something blatantly naughty.
I remember when 50 Shades of Gray became popular, it was a widespread joke across the nation that women were seeking more intimacy with their partners. This is a fun and healthy benefit of reading erotica! Staying intimate with a partner is an underrated concept.
A Healthy Relationship
Unlike one person watching too much porn and tainting their sexual relationship with a partner, reading erotica is a great way to improve your relationship and sex life. Look at it as a simple and effective way of learning what you like and don't like!
Frequently reading erotic literature will undoubtedly increase your libido, which is a perk for you and your partner. A healthy sex life plays an incredibly important role in a relationship.
Let Go Of Stress And Anxiety
Another benefit to reading erotic literature is that it's a natural, fun remedy to stress and anxiety. In fact, there is a subconscious phenomenon called the "Misattribution of Arousal" that explains how feelings of stress and feelings of sexual attraction can feel similar to one another. Knowing and focusing on this can help you to channel your stress into a healthy sexual appetite.
Reading erotica is a great way to relax, learn, explore, and encourage a healthy sexual appetite and sex life.
Read More Fiction From Stacey Carroll
With time running out, 18-year-old senior, Kelsey, must get straight A’s to qualify for a scholarship to college. After living several years on the street with her poverty riddled parents, in by a man she calls Uncle Greg, but he only agreed to house her until she graduated from high school. With four weeks left, Kelsey has to prove that she has a 4.0 graduating GPA to get a free ride to college via an exclusive scholarship, and that means getting straight A’s her final semester and somehow convincing the teachers to change her previous grades. If she can’t do it, she knows she’ll end up back on the street.
In a high school that's better known for it's scandals and internal investigations than for it's high acedemic achievement, high school senior, Kelsey Smith, has her work cut out for her if she plans to take home the A-Plus Scholarship so she can get a free ride to college.
Disadvantaged due to her upbringing on the street and missing years of primary schooling, Kelsey just doesn't know enough of the material to get straight A's, but she does know how to manipulate her friends into doing her homework, and she likes to think she'd good at giving the men what they want. Can she turn her orgasmic skills into straight A's? She only has four weeks to make it happen! Otherwise, she could find herself back out on the street!