I’m told that people my age have unrealistically positive expectations for the future, caused perhaps by egotism or naivete or whatever. My expectations are so low that I can’t imagine how they could possibly be unrealistically positive and I’m not entirely sure how much more negative they could possibly be.
… does anyone our age have unrealistically positive expectations? Really? If they do, are said expections, well, made on a real sense of time and consequences? I barely have reliable expectations for the next few years, let alone The Future, and that’s because of not having lived for a very long sum of time yet.
never forget that for voldemort’s name to rearrange to “je suis voldemort” in the french translations, they had to make his middle name ‘Elvis’
I CANT HANDLE THIS
are you telling me the french word for wand is ‘la baguette magique’
Fun fact: baguette could be any of breadstick, wand, or chopstick. I enjoy imagining people eating noodles with their wands, and waving magic chopsticks.
Having combined attack of homesickness and queer-sickness. I miss queers and Australians both.
Europe has queers i it, I hear. How do I get them to adopt me? Vr important consideration.
Okay, mumblingsage, I have to take it back. Based on rigorous empirical research (i.e. we went to a bookshop and I flipped through the pages of anything with semi-sexy pictures on the cover) there is female-oriented explicit sex in literature. But honestly, it’s the kind of sex writing that…
The Lambda awards frequenty include erotica - try some from the goodreads list of Lambda nominees? Try the Best Lesbian Erotica series?
Rachel Kramer Bussel’s Best Sex Writing series is well recommended, although I’ve not tried it myself. Likewise Greta Christina’s one-off Best Erotic Comics. I have read Smut Peddler, which was pretty cool.
Another book I haven’t read, by a blogger whose work I usually like (and the advertising snippet for this book seemed pretty good but not my kink) is Clarise Thorn’s Switch Seductress: An S&M Romance.