Please join in this important discussion on women finding agency through exploring their sexuality via fiction.
Emmanuelle de Maupassant
In this series (within the 130 authors survey), I’m sharing women’s views on exploring sexuality through fiction. If you haven’t already readPart One orPart Two, it’s best to begin there.
Here, we look at what first inspired these women authors to tackle sexual themes, and the significance of gender to their work.
In writing erotic fiction, sex is the lens through which we explore our world and our identity. Our writing is a pathway to knowing ourselves: physically, mentally, and emotionally.
In expressing our understanding of our sexual self, looking at how erotic impulse shapes us, we recognize that we are more than intellect, and more than emotion. We are also ‘of the body’.
Ina Morata tells us, “Sex is the medium I use to investigate psychological boundaries: my personal insecurities and fears. I explore who I am and see how far I can push…
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