Tips for Writing Compelling Monster Erotica

Big Foot erotica

Big Foot is a popular character in monster erotica.

It was early 2014 when a minor scandal upset the Amazon Kindle eBooks market. After several major self-publishing outlets, including WHSmith, Barnes & Noble, and Amazon, were accused of allowing eBook that featured incest, rape, and bestiality, many took steps to ensure their involvement in the controversy was short-lived.

Amazon was included in this kerfuffle. The retail giant began cracking down on titles, including the monster erotica genre. This extremely niche branch of self-published erotica bore the brunt of the eBook cull because its tropes include sexual encounters with monsters, including werewolves, bear monsters, tentacle creatures, sea creatures, and a host of other beastly entities. Amazingly, this prohibition actually resulted in bringing more popularity to the genre; and, what was once taboo, was suddenly an overnight sensation.

Prior to the crackdown, these stories were confined to a dark corner of the Internet. Once Amazon shined a spotlight on the erotic genre, everyone suddenly wanted to get their hands on some monster erotica. The plans to shut down the genre’s biggest authors actually resulted in those authors selling more books than ever.

Fortunately, after long negotiations and a lot of compromise, most authors and their supernatural titles were allowed to stay on the market. The market continues to grow each day, and it seems there’s no shortage of monster erotica fans. So, it’s worth your time and effort to explore the genre. These handy tips and tricks will teach you how to write monster erotica for a very hungry and devoted audience.

Choose a Monster you’re Capable of Describing in Detail

There’s really no limit to the type of monsters you can use in your work. The monsters don’t have to be monsters in the traditional sense of the word because they don’t have to be villainous; or, make them villainous. It’s entirely your choice, and there’s a market for both types.

For novice writers, the trick is to choose a monster who is clearly established and with whom readers are already familiar with, such as Bigfoot, Dracula, Cthulhu, etc. Other monsters include werewolves, pirates, sea monsters, and more. They’re all viable prospects, and there’s a following for every creature.

Keep in mind: you should only create a new monster is you have a very clear picture of what it look like.

Always Think Erotica and Never Pornography

The difference between erotica and pornography is, unsurprisingly, a subtle one. Despite being subtle the difference is there. For erotica, the intention isn’t to get your reader off, but rather entertain them with a real story. Of course, the story should contain very sexual elements, such as sex with a dark elf or tentacle love, but the primary intention is first to tell a story. Alternatively, pornography is to get someone off and relies little on story.

With high-quality erotica, the impetus is to keep readers reading through the non-sexy parts, just as much as you want them to read the sexier bits. In other words, never treat the build-up to your sex scenes as a chore.

Do Not Write About Things that Make You Personally Uncomfortable

If this is your first foray into monster erotica, make sure it’s something you can handle writing. You’ll want to pick up some favorite titles to ensure you’re comfortable with the genre. If you’re not comfortable, don’t bother moving forward because your discomfort will translate to your writing.

In the same vein, some monster erotic titles feature incestuous or sexually threatening scenes. If these makes you uncomfortable, don’t write about them. You’re not obliged to write about anything that makes you uncomfortable. The freedom to explore taboo ideas is celebrated in the erotic reading and writing community, and new writers are encouraged to move at their own pace and forge their own identities.

 

How to Write Compelling Paranormal Erotica

Writing styles vary from one writer to the next, but there are fundamental constants in erotica writing. Erotica readers have expectations, or sexpectations if you will. In order to help you write more compelling stories, the following outlines what’s typically expected from a paranormal romance novel.

Paranormal Erotica NovelChoose Realistic Characters

The key to writing compelling erotica is to write compelling characters. A character’s actions and feelings should be something your target audience can relate to.

Here’s two examples:

A lonely woman misses her deceased husband, and then suddenly finds herself having intercourse with his ghost. The character’s universe should match the situation in her life, and there should be a cause behind the paranormal encounter. It makes sense that she would allow herself to make love with the ghost because the ghost is her dead husband, whom she’s been pining for. Your audience will understand this choice.

A witch is living in a universe where vampires and werewolves also exist. She is attracted to these beings, but it is forbidden for them to intermingle. Readers love a forbidden love affair, and they will understand the attraction to something illicit. The witch’s erotic moment would be with a character who is a wolf or vampire (or both).

Whatever You Do Don’t Info-Dump

The best stories are truly interesting to readers, so it’s essential you don’t focus too much on a backstory. A common mistake writers make is info-dumping. Info-dumping, by definition, is the action of dropping too much backstory on readers. This can and will cause readers to drift off and abandon your story. And, it’s doubtful they’ll return.

The main goal of your erotica is to catch your reader’s attention; especially, in the first few pages. You want to hold that attention until the very end, so don’t fill up your paranormal romance with copious amounts of pointless dream sequences, backstories, or feuding or fighting with other characters. Unless it’s adding to your story or your sex scenes, don’t bother including excessive backstory. This is especially important in short stories and novellas.

Be Descriptive and Be True to the Genre

The goal of erotica is to deliver a story that turns on the reader. This means, you’ll need to keep your stories faithful to the genre that readers love. Of course, you’re allowed to use some creative liberty, such as Stephanie Meyer did in Twilight. Her vampires had sparkly skin, and they could walk in the daytime. A few liberties are okay, but take too many and you risk alienating your reader.

You should also use descriptive language that elicits sensation. For example, if your writing about a woman and a poltergeist, you would include words and phrases that readers naturally identify as being associated with a ghostly encounter, such as fear, clear, wind, caressing, effervescent, etc.

Another example is the relationship between a human and a werewolf. You should describe the paranormal being’s behavior as something other than humanity. For example, a wolf may sniff his partner’s genitals or have a longer tongue than normal.

Happy Endings Don’t Matter

Erotica readers want sex – hot, steamy, detailed, and descriptive sex. The paranormal erotica genre isn’t about getting married, having kids, and settling into a new house. Paranormal erotic readers want to know how hard and how fast. You can save the happily ever afters for your next romance novel.

Paranormal erotica is primal – pure and simple. It’s the sensual act of being taken over by something non-human, and sometimes it’s about the idea that you never truly know the face of your partner because he’s a ghost. It’s supposed to make the reader orgasm, and that should be your ultimate goal.

 

 

3 Free Ways To Promoting Your Erotic Novel On The Cheap

Promote your erotica

You’re an author, so you understand how difficult it is to promote a book at the best of times. If you’re a writer of erotic fiction (or, a paranormal/erotic crossover fiction), you understand that promotion is 10-times more difficult. This is due to many promotional platforms disregarding your book for its adult nature.

Today, I will show you 3 free ways you can promote your latest erotic title. These platforms should help you get your book in the public eye.

Scribd.com

T.C. Archer, Milos, Darla Dunbar, and Arthur Wing Pinero all use www.Scribd.com. Aspiring writers may not have heard of this site, but with some of the biggest names in erotic fiction using it, it must be good right? YES!

You can use Scribd to showcase your already published works, or as a platform to showcase coming attractions. It’s a quick way to get your book on the public’s radar, and then hopefully get some of those viewers to become loyal readers.

A Scribd account can be opened with your Nom de Plume, so you can protect your true identity. Since Scribd handles eBooks, you’ll need to have an e-copy version available, which, if you’re already using Scrivener, is a snap.

To build a following on Scribd, add excerpts from your novel to your profile, as well as your latest work’s synopsis, your best reviews, and teaser pages. All of these elements can help you get the attention you need to sell eBook and print copies of your erotic title.

Blog Short Stories on Your Own Website

Blogging (and guest posting on other blogs) is a great way to prove your abilities as a writer. As a full-service publisher that offers more marketing tools than any other publisher, Racy Reads will set you up with your own blog. If you’re not publishing with us, you can create your own and use it to promote your work.

One exercise is to blog short stories and companion pieces using the characters from your erotic novel. Write a few tantalizing pieces on your own blog, and then seek out other sites to guest post with links to your books and links back to your blog. There are thousands of websites devoted to erotic fiction, and some even pay you to blog!

This is a great way to introduce readers to your characters, and your ability to tantalize readers. Standalone adventures can later be packaged into an eBook and sold alongside your actual novel. So, this is one way to promote yourself, and make money!

Visit Erotica Forums and Groups to Promote Yourself and Your Titles

Create accounts on erotica forums and groups (Goodreads has many to choose from; just search “erotica” or “paranormal romance” or whatever your genre is). You have anonymity here, as well as most website’s allow you to create an author’s page with links to your published work.

There are many advantages to this, as you have complete control over what you say, how you say it, and who you’re talking to. If you’re looking for beta readers or reviewers, offer free copies to potential fans in exchange for honest reviews. This will build your ranking on Amazon, as well as provide you with valuable feedback about your title.

The Bottom Line

You don’t have to be a web guru to promote a book. You simply need some writing skills, which you already have! A blog can be set up in under and hour, and maintained in just twenty minutes a day.

Blogs can be customized, and you can even include links to your publisher’s web page to let people purchase your title from there or on Amazon or anywhere else. Remember: Racy Reads provides you with a dedicated URL, and you can log in and blog about your titles and yourself at any time. If you haven’t already, please reach out to us about your title. We’re currently accepting submissions.

So, there you have it: 3 ways to promote your erotica title for free, and still get good coverage. These are some of the best ways to get your writing in front of the right audience. Plus, setting up these accounts is fast, and has a far reach.

 

 

Our Best Tips for Writing Compelling Erotica

Tips for writing erotica

In today’s digital publishing landscape, writing erotic is both fun and profitable. If you’re of a naughty mindset, such as myself, it can also be tremendously gratifying. If you enjoy erotic fiction, you’ve likely read your share of bad erotic fiction – this is that tasteless, unremarkable, bland, and unedited erotica that Amazon routinely cleanses from its shelves.

In an effort to protect your erotica title from being cleansed, here’s some tips for writing higher-quality erotic fiction. These tips will help you write erotica that stands out to readers, and leaves them hungry for more of your work.

Don’t Write What You Know, Write What You Like

Don’t worry about what sells. If you do, you’re technically a try-hard, and no one wants to read the uninspired dribble of an author who concentrated on writing something sellable, rather than writing some enjoyable.

If you think people won’t notice; think again. We can tell when you’re trying to sell.

When someone is writing about something that doesn’t personally get them off, or – worse still – REPELS them, you can almost see the author’s nose wrinkling in disgust with every sentence.

For example, people who find bondage distasteful should attempt to write a story similar to Anne Rolequare’s Sleeping Beauty books or T Bell’s Claiming of David. You won’t be able to properly describe the joy of binding a lover, or the wonderful release of being bound. No matter how well you understand bondage on an intellectual level, if the thought of it turns you off, you won’t be able to write it in a compelling or enticing fashion.

Focus on writing erotica you enjoy yourself; because, if you don’t, your distaste or disinterest will be read between the lines.

You Have Five Senses, Use Them

It’s the age of visual erotica, and it has been that way since Linda Lovelace opened-wide on the set of Deep Throat. Unfortunately, it’s this dedication to the visual that has corrupted some authors. Some authors concentrate only on the visual; their stories read like a play-by-play narration of a porno, but you’re not writing a movie script – you’re writing a story.

Erotica is compelling when it fully immerses the reader in more than just sex – a story is necessary. Immersion can only happen when the reader experiences more than just the main characters’’ sight. Readers must also feel, taste, smell, and hear. A character who merely sees, is what my creative writing teacher once referred to as a “paper doll.” Flat. One-dimensional.

If you’re describing an intense oral sex scene, for example, you’ll want to describe more than just the look of the thing. Include what the receiving character feels, or what the giving character smells and tastes. Include the sounds they make as they’re being pleasured. With these details, your reader is better able to put themselves in the metaphorical shoes of your characters, and enjoy the experience of your story vicariously; as though, they are there. Remember – your reader has five senses, and a truly erotic experience uses all five senses in real life, so why not in your story too?

Use the Feather when you Can, the Whole Chicken When You Must

Someone once said the difference between erotic and porn is that erotica uses a feature, but porn uses the whole chicken. Erotica teases the reader, entices them to continue reading. It builds slowly to the climax, much like a real-life sexual encounter. This is commonly referred to as using the feather.

Your task, as an author of compelling erotica, is to walk the tightrope between the two; tease the reader for as long as you can, and then satisfy them with the sexual details they’ve been waiting for.

When using the whole chicken, remember to be judicious. The worst pornography goes straight into gynecological and urological detail and stays there. It includes no foreplay; no build-up. You don’t want your story or reader to reach a premature climax, and you certainly don’t want to leave them reading sex without the build-up to become aroused. So, take care not to rush anything, and to be as detailed as possible with the chicken.

If you follow these tips, then you will write an erotic story for the ages. An erotic story that will leave your reader wanting more of your work and seeking you out for future virtual encounters. If you want a career in erotica, you’ll need to write compelling erotic fiction.

Erotic Gay Art On Display in NYC

“Stroke: From Under the Mattress to the Museum Wall,” is a brand new exhibit currently featured at the Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art in SoHo.

The show is the first of its kind, a gay erotic art show. Erotic gay art used to be hidden, but times have changed and now this art exhibit is out and proud! The curator of the exhibit, Robert Richards, says the exhibit visually explores a very important time period in gay history.

“The show is about beauty – beautiful drawings…beautiful men,” says Richards. “It’s a huge body of work that can’t be forgotten because it defines a whole era of gay men’s lives.”

There are 80 illustrations in total, many of which were published in gay men’s magazines. Some of the illustrations were published during a time when it was illegal to be gay, the 1950s. The decades between 1950 and our present day are all covered, including some artwork from the past year.

From the Official Website:

“A historical retrospective of sexy and erotic illustrations by artists who made work for the gay male magazines from the 1950s to the 1990s. This exhibition of a forgotten body of work not only explores the male form, but for the first time ever, offers an examination of gay male private life, as experienced through magazines which were available on nearly every street corner in America – but often kept under their mattresses for fear of being discovered.”

I so wish I lived in NYC to see this! The show will run until May 25th. If you’re interested in attending, you can stop in or purchase tickets online.

Do You Think I Have What it Takes to Write Monster Erotica?

Quite recently, an erotica author admitted to earning a whopping $30,000 in a single month of book sales. She writes erotica featuring monsters, such as Bigfoot. Apparently there is a market for monster erotica, but I’m still not certain I could pen titillating tales starring mythological beasts. My characters have always been human…so far…

If there are any monster erotica readers out there, I’d love to hear your feedback on some story ideas I have. Leave a comment and let me know if you think these titles would fare well in the genre. FYI: I’ve never read monster-erotica, but I will for research (if you think it’s necessary).

Legendary Gang Bang

Legendary Gang Bang will feature only the world’s most legendary monsters, such as Frankenstein, Bigfoot, Dracula, and a number of others. These monsters are busy celebrating their annual Monster’s Ball when a young woman stumbles into the castle. Her white dress is soaking wet from the rain, and her heaving bosoms have become exposed. While attempting to tie up her top, the Wolfman’s claws rip open her dress and it falls to the ground, exposing her naked flesh. She is not afraid, and admits to secretly fantasizing about all the creatures in attendance. The result is a ninety-minute gang bang, wherein these legendary beasts get to sample her goodies.

Lick, Cerberus. Lick.

Cerberus is a big softie at heart. This massive, three-headed dog guards the entrance to Hades. Over the years, he’s not been granted much exposure to people, which has caused him to grow lonely, until the day Sandy falls through a portal and lands in his cave. It doesn’t take long for Cerberus to woo the young maiden, and soon his giant tongue is doing the work of three men.

The Grim Reaper’s Girl

Death’s girlfriend lives, and while she does he can’t touch her (because that would kill her). The Grim Reaper has to use the power of sound to turn his girlfriend on, so he relates stories to her, describes how he would touch her, and watches as she pleasures herself. In the end, it’s not enough. Will she choose life? Or, will she choose love (death)?

Cum for Cthulhu

Lovecraft’s legendary creature is ready to mate, but with whom? Many maidens fall into the sea every day, but only one can tame Cthulhu. Karen is a sailor, but when her ships turns over it is Cthulhu that rescues her from a watery death. Their love explodes, as they grow from friends to lovers…Also, this will begin as a rape fantasy.

 

So, what do you think? Yah or nay? Leave a comment and let me know.

Do Sex Robots Freak You Out?

sex robots

Today, on the Guardian, there’s an article titled: Robots and Sex: Creepy or Cool? It basically argues that sex robots should be accepted, and you know what? I agree with them wholeheartedly. Sex-bots are coming, are you ready for their arrival?

From the original post:

“Sex with robots may currently be restricted to fiction, but with advances in technology this could eventually change. Despite how some may react, this is something that should be accepted, maybe even embraced.”

The article elaborates by explaining that may conservative types lose sleep over the sexual exploits of consenting adults. This foolish behavior is exactly why we have prohibitionist groups such as, One Million Moms. These undersexed zealots have a lot of time on their hands, and use it to judge and attempt to criminalize sexual acts they disagree with. The Guardian article elaborates that even so-called progressives/liberals are troubled by non-conformist relationships.

The article argues that sex robots will not be tolerated by conformists, but should be. Who can deny that sexual robots will be met with disdain? And, who among you will deny that sexual robots may actually serve the greater good? Sexual robots, or sex-bots as I like to call them, may replace human sex workers, which would significantly reduce human trafficking. (That’s a good thing people!)

“So when considering, for example, sex robots, we should expect hatred, antagonism, and judgment. That attitude, in particular and in general toward adult consensual sex, should change. We can use sex-bots as a good case-study to demonstrate why.”

What’s Next: Sex Robots Aren’t the Only Future Sex Toys

The adult entertainment industry is already selling/planning to sell some futuristic adult toys. There is the Real Doll line of sex dolls, which have been around for a while, but now they’re incredibly real looking. Many of these dolls are designed to look like famous porn stars. Although they can be posed and moved, these dolls are not robotic. Expect robotic ones sometimes in the next decade or so…

FYI: Ladies, there are male real dolls. Personally, the male dolls look too much like a Ken doll for my taste, but it is cool the industry is considering the ladies.

Other futuristic products that are on the market, or soon-to-be on the market include:

Natural touch fingertip vibrators

Penis pumps that can be used in the shower

Blowjob simulators

Blowjob simulators that can be used by two people for cybersex

Motorized pussies

Online apps that verbalize cyber-sex, for hands-free sexting

How Do You Feel About the Future of Sex Toys?

Are you weirded out by the notion of sex robots, or a device that hooks up to your computer that allows you to simulate oral sex for a long-distance partner? Or, are you more open minded than that? Leave a comment and let me know how future sex makes you feel.

Can Personalized Porn Improve You and Your Partner’s Sex Life?

File:Personalized Porn Kissing couple - Foto giovanni Dall'Orto, 29 luglio 2010.jpgMake Love Not Porn

ABC’s Nightline is airing a special called, “Modern Sex in America.” The special investigates new trends in lovemaking, including how couples are allowing photographers to video tape and photograph their lovemaking. This new trend is called, “Personalized Porn,” and it’s increasing in popularity among couples who want to “immortalize their lovemaking.”

According to the couples who are taking part in this erotic activity, the videos and images aren’t porn, but rather a tribute to their lovemaking. These couples insist that the images and videos are improving their sex life, as well as bringing them closer together.

Personally, I think personalized porn is a wonderful idea for couples looking to promote heightened sexuality and experimentation. Plus, it gives these couples something to remember their lovemaking by…Imagine being an 85 year old grandmother and viewing photographs of your much younger body making love to the love of your life? The photos and videos you garner from an adult photography session will make incredible keepsakes for when you’re much older.

Constance & Eric Photography

Constance & Eric Photography is an adult photography studio based in Brooklyn, NY. The photography studio is comprised of husband and wife team, Constance Faulk and Eric Vogel. Faulk and Vogel invite couples into their studio to do “the deed,” or they’ll travel to your bedroom to photograph you in your natural element. If you’re uncomfortable, both in the studio and in your bedroom, the session can take place in a hotel room.

The photography session isn’t directed or posed. Nope! It’s 100% au naturale, and a great way to create a lasting memory of the passion you and your partner(s) share. If you’re not shy in front of a camera, and don’t mind inviting others to watch, Constance and Eric will film/photograph your lovemaking for $4,000! (WOW! Expensive.) Personally, I wouldn’t be able to afford that, but if I could, I would be interested in garnering some personalized porn of my own. I’m too shy to actually make love in front of an audience, but I’d certainly be interested in adult photos that capture the essence of our lovemaking.

Is it Worth the Price?

If couples really want personalized porn, or even just photographs of their lovemaking, why don’t they just set up a webcam or put a timer on their digital camera? Compared to regular photo shoots $4,000 is a lot of money. Is it truly worth the price?

From the Constance and Eric website:

“…couples (as well as groups and single people) sought us out to create portraits of their most intimate moments. Our discretion and ability to make everyone comfortable has given us the privilege to work with many wonderful people, creating intensely personal images many of which will never be seen by the public. Eventually our work caught the eye of several agencies and companies and we soon found ourselves accepting commissioned advertising work. Now we have finally found our perfect trifecta of fine art, intimate portraiture, and commercial work all within the context of our sex positive philosophy. We are two incredibly fortunate and happy people and are excited to have the opportunity to share our joys with the world.

XOXO,

Constance & Eric”

Judging by the image galleries on their website, it is obvious Constance and Eric do know how to capture tantalizing and classy adult photographs. With their help, your intimate moments are photographed with stunning quality, ensuring you get what you pay for. Their website doesn’t list how many prints are included in the price, but I imagine they offer quite a few – considering the cost.

So, Does Personalized Porn Improve Your Sex Life?

I can’t say for sure because I’ve never done it. I do admit to sending my husband tantalizing photos whenever he’s having a bad day at work. Those always cheer him up and give him something to look forward to. I’m a firm believer in “whatever floats your boat,” so long as what “floats your boat” isn’t harmful or dangerous to yourself or others…So, yeah, I’d say this activity can definitely improve intimacy, as well as increase eroticism, thus leading to a more fulfilling sex life.

Tell me: Would you do it? Leave me a comment and let me know your opinion on personalized porn. Do you think it could improve a marriage, or do you believe something like this could actually destroy a marriage. All opinions are valid and treated with respect.

Winona Ryder Thought “50 Shades of Grey” was About the Economy

winona ryderIs this her “I don’t get it” face?

Can someone please explain to me how actress, Winona Ryder, has not heard about “50 Shades of Grey?”

I’m not expecting her to have read the book because not everyone reads, and certainly not everyone reads erotica, but this isn’t just any erotica title. It is “50 Shades of Grey” people! It’s constantly in the news, and they’re making a film about it…And, it’s basically the most famous erotica title like ever… like in the entire history of erotica novels… Although this is debatable, many say that 50 Shades of Grey brought erotica to the mainstream. (Hard core erotica readers, such as me, will say that erotica has always been in the mainstream…) No one can deny the book has spurned countless debates over the quality of its writing, as well as the contents of the book, and that it brought the term “mommy porn” to the mainstream…

Seriously, how has she not heard about this?

So, here’s what went down:

Winona Ryder and 50 Shades author, E.L. James, were at a party together…

(I know what you’re thinking. Where was this party? Why wasn’t I invited? While the doors to Hollywood’s elite parties may be closed to us, they’re not closed to multi-millionaire authors, such as E.L. James is.)

Winona Ryder and E.L. James began a dialog, wherein Ryder expressed an interest in “50 Shades of Grey.” The conversation quickly turned embarrassing for Ryder when she began to discuss the book’s economic properties. She mistakenly assumed the book was about Wall Street and the economy based on the cover art, which is a grey tie…

Winona Ryder told Red Magazine:

“This is how out of the loop I am. I met E.L. James at a party and I’d heard about the book so I knew everyone was talking about it, but because there’s a tie on the cover I thought it was about Wall Street….I think I said something really stupid to her because I literally thought it was about the economy.”

Oh Winona! *Shakes head*

My only question is: Winona Ryder, who told you about 50 Shades of Grey and failed to tell you it’s an erotica book?

Miley Cyrus Poses with Hand of Adonis Dildo on Twitter

Are you a fan of Miley Cyrus’ new image? The young starlet has cast-off her G-rated Disney image for a more risqué new self. I can’t say I’m a fan of her music, but I can say I’m always a fan of adult humor, and her photos of The Hand of Adonis Dildo are hilarious to me. In one photo, she’s slipped the HoA Dildo into her sleeve (as if it’s her own arm and hand) and she’s using it to caress her face. This is comedy gold to me, but bedroom humor is my absolute favorite!

Click Here for Miley’s Tweet where she poses with the Hand of Adonis against her face and Click Here for Miley’s Tweet where she caresses her upper thigh with the dildo. The images may be considered Not Safe for Work because they include a dildo; however, there is no nudity in any of the images.   

What is the Hand of Adonis?

Hand of Adonis

The Hand of Adonis Dildo is used for fisting. Fisting is the act of inserting an entire hand (to the wrist) into a vagina or anus. It’s pleasurable for some folks…and shocker…it could be pleasurable to Miley Cyrus. Either that or she’s just having some adult fun posing with a silly dildo. Would it really be such a horrible thing if Miley took pleasure in fisting? I don’t think so, but I don’t consider myself part of the morality police either.

The Critics Went Cray-Cray

These days, Miley is being heavily criticized for her new attitude. She was criticized for foam-fingering herself. Sure, it was silly to look at, but maybe the bigger problem is how many people are watching the VMAs when MTV doesn’t even show music videos anymore.

TMZ wrote that they are “totally grossed out” by Miley’s “risqué sex antics, especially as her fan base is still made up of young girls who adored ‘Hannah Montana.’

Examiner writer, Deirdre Haggerty, has a special message for Miley. She writes:

“…when is enough, enough young Miss Miley Cyrus? We understand you want to have an edge, be risqué and lose any remnants of “Hannah Montana”. However, you must understand there are still young girls who idolize you, and you are proving to be every parent’s worst nightmare, but maybe that is what you want. Enjoy your sexual fantasies in the privacy of your bedroom, unless porn star is what you aim to achieve.”

I have a special message for Deirdre Haggerty:

Who made you the parent police? Seriously? I want to know. And, what parent teaches their child that actresses and singers are role models? These parents are the ones who need policing. Little kids need actual role models, such as doctors and nurses, to look up to. Parents should be teaching their kids to idolize world leaders, environmentalists, and life-saving professionals! The Mileys of the world are not role models. They are entertainers. Also, there is nothing pornographic in these images!!! If that’s what you consider “porn,” you need to crawl out from underneath your rock and take a look at modern commercialism and advertising, which is far more pornographic than Miley’s Tweets and should serve to give you a heart-attack, if Miley’s Tweets offended you that much….Or, you know, watch some actual porn over at PornHub.com and see that actual porn does not resemble the young starlet’s tweet at all!

What do you think? Do you think Miley went too far this time by posing with the Hand of Adonis? Or, is she just being a typical fun-loving young woman?