Why You Should be Reading Erotica

September 21, 2016

Why You Should be Reading Erotica

Why You Should be Reading Erotica

Erotic literature surely has its way with you. It sinks deeply in, grabbing a hold and rocking your mind and body. Not only does it inspire and entertain, but it also teaches us. It’s no wonder that there are so many different genres of erotica, available in both literature and film.

Here are some reasons why you should be reading erotica, and what tantalizing tales are available on the market right now.

You Get to Know and Even Like the Characters

Unlike porn, which can have an almost non-existent plot and flighty characters, erotic literature enables you to become a part of their lives. You feel their plights and perils, grow with them in their budding relationships, and ultimately wind up being far more involved in their sex scenes than a movie can typically offer. You get to know them on both an intimate and sexual level.

Packed with Innovation

While we’re on the topic of story lines and character development, erotica has a lot more originality packed in. Instead of the same old plumber randomly showing up at a young woman’s front door to fix her “faulty leak,” the characters could be involved in a murder scandal, perhaps met while hitchhiking through Europe, or randomly bumped into each other at a business function. But I can assure you that they didn’t meet because the lady of the house couldn’t afford to pay the gardener.

Create Your Own Fantasy

Best Women's Erotica

Best Women’s Erotica

Erotic literature gives you the ability to fill in the spicy details you desire in the characters. When it’s time to have some sexy time with yourself, you can simply pick and choose attributes from the characters that you find attractive. Porn typically takes away the mystery and presents you with two paid actors moaning and sweating.

You’ll Have Way More Sex

For all you fact-driven darlings: a recent study published by Psychology Today suggests that women who read erotica have 75% more sex than those who don’t. Additionally, The Journal of Sex Research states that women who frequently fantasize (as they do when reading erotica) have more fun in the bedroom.

There’s even an academic term used to describe the awesome (and super delightful!) beneficial mind/body reactions that occur from reading sexy stories. It’s called “bibliotherapy.”

Bringing You Closer

Not only will erotic literature help you get to your happy place, but it’s also a great educational tool for couples that are hungry for something more than the typical “wham-bam-thank-you-ma’am” traditional porn offers. Reading actions and positions described in great detail can be helpful in figuring out how to perform them. And best of all, they come in every genre imaginable, including western, Sci-fi, and LGBTQ!

Erotica Books Worth Checking Out

Whether you’ve just started reading erotica or have been riding the romance train for a while, there are plenty of titles to choose from. From newbies to hardcore to the specific fetish craver, there is a story perfect for you.

Bedded Bliss: A Couple's Guide to Lust Ever After

Bedded Bliss: A Couple’s Guide to Lust Ever After

For the Vanilla Reader

The Rough Riders series by Lorelei James

Just starting out? Never fear. The Rough Riders series flirts with sexual boundaries without pushing you off into the deep end without floaties. You’ll love the sexy dynamic between cowboys and cowgirls. The saga follows a family of ranches and the ups and downs of their lives throughout the years.

For the Moderate Reader

The Beyond Series by Kit Rocha

Rocha builds a gritty post-apocalyptic world where sex and violence reign supreme. A group of survivors have to band together to rebuild their lives. Nothing is too taboo and every vice is consensually explored to its full potential.

For the Hardcore Reader

The Original Sinners series by Tiffany Reisz. These stories are for those readers who scoff at the kiddie pool and dive right into the deep end. This delicious series follow the sexual exploits of a free-spirited dominatrix.

Your Kink is A-Okay

Do you prefer a specific fetish? There are tons of books that appeal to rope play, S/M, and more including the Eden series by Kele Moon, Tough Love by Heidi Cullinan, and The Naughty Corner by Jasmine Hayes.

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