Visceral Lit











{May 14, 2007}   Introductions

I refer to myself in the first person, but I do not provide any but the most intimate of details about my life. In return, I know little about you, my readers. Yesterday, I posted my eighth post on this blog. Readership is climbing and I thank you all for reading and I hope you are enjoying my stories.

A little about me: I’m older than most people think, to look at me. I was married once, when I was very young but that’s been over for a while now. I am bisexual with a preference for men. I love women’s bodies and I love the intimacy with which a woman can touch me and I can touch her, but as I once exclaimed to a friend: “I just love cock!”

My experiences have ranged from very vanilla to quite kinky and I’ve seen lovers pale when I’ve described some of the more filthy things I’ve experimented with. I’m also a sucker for love and tenderness, the way I can touch and be touched when there’s more there than just carnality. Not to bash carnality, of course. There’s a lot to be said for a good hard (safe) fuck in its proper place and time.

I am safe and sane and you can assume that if I’ve neglected to mention the prophylactics or the discussions of safety and health, it’s for the flow of the story and not because there weren’t any. Please be safe in your sex too. Sex is too wonderful to allow for the more punitive consequences of not going into it with open eyes.

I write erotica because I enjoy it. I love the use of language to spin tales that will take your breath away and bring a flush to your cheeks. I write erotica because I enjoy sex and because I enjoy remembering those moments with others, where my skin tingled and my mind reeled. I write erotica because I’m a bit of an exhibitionist and a voyeur. I write erotica because I like to think of my readers and what acts I might be able to inspire. I write erotica because it gets me off.

I write other things too, of course because as sexcentric as I tend to be, if I spend my life in a constant state of arousal, I lose my keys and forget to eat.

My introduction to human sexuality came when I was ten. I was an exceptionally mature and responsible child and a precocious reader. The two aspects put together were what led to my raiding of my mother’s bookshelf while being left alone at home after school.

By twelve years old I had read 3 of the Hite Reports on human sexuality, one abridged Kinsey report, The Joy of Sex, Extended Sexual Orgasm and a host of lightly erotic novels which would now be classified as “Chick Lit”. I’d also read darker portrayals of sexuality, such as those in The Catcher in the Rye and Death of a Salesman.

My fascination with human sexuality was only heightened by the onset of puberty and I wrote my first piece of purely erotic literature at 15. In it, thinly disguised versions of my male friends and I interspersed our typical adolescent behaviours with a variety of sexual games. Monogamy was not a feature in this fantasy, as it rarely has been in my life.

All of the erotica I have posted thus far is based on real experiences unless otherwise noted. Most of the partners who have been immortalized here have read the work. If they’ve recognized themselves, they haven’t mentioned it to me.

I’d like to encourage comments and discussion of my posts, but I also enjoy where your silence takes my imagination.

I hope you have enjoyed reading so far, and I hope you enjoy reading further half as much as I do enjoy writing here. Feel free to introduce yourselves, or your avatars and happy reading!



Victor says:

Hello. I’m Victor πŸ™‚ I’ve been reading your posts for a few days now and I’m tragically out of stuff to read. This post you made on the 14th has given me enough courage to comment and further has made re-reading the posts made prior much more enjoyable. In truth, quite arousing. The details are almost tangible to me and leaves me with great wanting. There is very little out there that I find quite as sexy as a woman who is both intelligent and uninhibited. You write more and I’ll read it. Deal?

-vic



priapismicsynthesis says:

Hi Vic!

The deal is done πŸ™‚ sorry for the lag in posts, but I’ve had another writing assignment nipping at my heels as well as some of that blasted real life to accomplish.

Thinking of you as you read is fantastic motivation to wrap up my other responsibilities and get right back to it.

XxX,
Pria



Victor says:

stupid real life…



Hey Pria! You know me elsewhere & by another name, but I’ve recently changed my second blog to a new address for the purpose of anonymity… Suffice it to say I’m the sound man in Southern CA.

Anyhow, just thought I’d commend you and applaud your efforts thus far! Your work has been quite enjoyable to read, and very stimulating!! Please keep it up, I shall be eagerly awaiting more…



priapismicsynthesis says:

ah, the sexy sound man. Glad you’re enjoying. I sincerely hope to add some spice to everyone’s life, and most especially those of you who make youselves known.

I’ll think of you, thinking of this and I’ll smile. πŸ˜‰



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