From an Author of Adult-Child Erotica

  • Posted on May 2, 2015 at 11:34 am

By Naughty Mommy

It makes me very uncomfortable, even queasy, to think that someone who reads my stories might take what they’ve read as license or, worse still, as encouragement to violate a child.

So, does that mean I should I stop writing the kind of erotica I write?

I’m not sure that’s even possible. Being who I am, I feel compelled to write these stories. Moreover, I derive great satisfaction from creating and reading them. It makes me happy.

Of course, I can do that just for myself, without sharing what I have written with anyone if I choose. That’s what I have done for most of my adult life, after all. It’s only within the last few years that I’ve begun to publish my work, albeit anonymously online, and share it with interested readers. The response has been wonderful, for the most part, and deeply rewarding to me.

One of the reasons I enjoy writing erotic fiction is because it enables me to examine my thoughts and feelings about sexual autonomy, about choices, desires, boundaries, and consequences. I like to explore, within my fantasy world, how far I might want to go and what the results could be. But what I write is almost entirely fantasy. I have my characters do things I would never ever do in my real life.

So, it’s a quandary. Am I responsible, in any legal sense, for the actions of others? No, of course I am not. My stories are only stories; they are not manuals for behavior. However, I still have to consider whether I might personally feel some moral accountability for the way others may respond to my work.

I don’t know all the answers yet. Maybe I never will. These are just some of the thoughts I’ve been having, for what it’s worth.

22 Comments on From an Author of Adult-Child Erotica

  1. kim says:

    Thanks Naughty Mommy, I often recall something I read, but not always very correctly.

  2. xfeme4femex says:

    Thank you greatly for this post, Naughty Mommy. I can totally relate in a way. Not too long ago, after meeting and corresponding with another woman whom I met on another unrelated site, I had the idea she shared some of my interests and eventually recommended the site leslita to her. A couple days later she emailed me with a rather nasty message accusing me of being a pervert and a few other choice words. It really hurt my feelings for a short while. But I soon came to realise it was my own fault for not learning much more about her first. I don’t blame her for the reply, I just simply wish she’d given me the chance to explain myself first.

    But as for your thoughts. The way I see it, it is these stories and all you wonderful authors that actualy keep many of us from crossing that line between fantasy and real life. Just having a place like this and the others that help me maintain my sanity anyways. If there are others who cannot control those urges, I simply suggest serious mental help.

    Love you all! Sarah ~c( :

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