BronxWench

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    BronxWench reacted to Desiderius Price in Introducing characters   
    As somebody who prefers to write my characters as being naked….   I will frequently add a bit of description to the state of the breasts/dick; might be sag, swaying with the gait, so cold the balls are non-existent, maybe its pubic hair, etc.  I do this because it’s a reminder that the character is naked w/o having to repeatedly write “naked”.
    Also, I typically avoid absolute measurements, because I don’t really need to know it’s “K-cup”, and TBH, that’s less informative IMO than simply stating “big” vs “small”.  If two are standing side-by-side, that’s where the relative comparisons might come in, especially if it’s from the POV male who’ll check.  It’s fairly limited when I’ll write an absolute (a bio, a ruler, a dispute to clothes sizing, etc) and needed for the story.
    Now, the original question was in regards to introductions, I suppose a bit more is okay, if it’s relevant, to help introduce, but the reader typically doesn’t need a full bio there either.  “Helga was a big, busty, blonde woman who staffed the kitchen.”  And you can get more details later in the scene as she’s complaining about her constant back pain, or twenty fifth pregnancy.  
     
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    BronxWench reacted to Desiderius Price in Introducing characters   
    I know some authors seem to like to dwell like the reader is bringing a ruler to every person the see? 
    “Excuse me ma’am, Federal Boobie Inspector, please step this way for measurements.” 
    ZZ-Cup?
    But unless the breasts are unusual, I typically don’t go out of my way to describe them, let the reader’s imagination (likely as perverted as yours) go to work with whatever they fancy.  Generally, I prefer to stick to “larger” or “smaller” plus quality.  Not everybody is “large”, should have modest/small ones around too (unless there’s a universal law requiring everybody to get breast-augmentation surgery or something).  Also, large breasts need good support & can give back pain (as far as I know, not that gender).  And, there’s more than size to consider, there’s firmness, sag, etc, again, if significant or another character is playing with them.
    For male characters, similar thing – circumcision or not is the first thing I’ll establish.  Size, if unusual/important, might be mentioned.
    However, comparisons might happen more often, so you have two characters together and the difference is noticeable, then you might establish that one character’s todger is longer/thinner than the other.
    My $0.02 worth.
     
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    BronxWench reacted to InvidiaRed in Introducing characters   
    Eyecandy should be unisex in my opinion.
    Not every man has to be a bodybuilding adonis of course nor every women a perfect voluptuous sex goddess
    Give him a broad shoulders, or great legs or a big booty or a nice bulge or even those nice full jawlines.
     
    Her experiences sound like she got them early/ they were bigger than the other women around her. And she was not treated well because of this sudden puberty driven endowment.
     
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    BronxWench reacted to Anesor in Introducing characters   
    I think it depends heavily on the audience you want to write this for: like mainstream, men’s adventure, YA, or capital ‘L’ literature. I know the romance genres I read wouldn’t put the emphasis on her appearance instead of her experiences and agency.  Dwelling on her appearance/not his is a concern of adolescent lack of confidence.  I know my brother (a human) didn’t settle into his appearance until nearly twenty.  Men’s adventure would glowingly dwell on her bust size regardless of her skill.  Literature might bait and switch by having her be trans or aggressively asexual.  YA would make it a lesson that there is no lack in the hero or curse in the different sizes for the three women.
    Unless there’s a particular reason why being a busty elf adds to the story, that being an important aspect of her personality would be off-putting.  Mine has changed as I rolled through lifestages, but I doubt and hope whatever size it was, was not even in the top ten things that people think is important about me.  (I allow exceptions for medical like back damage or professionals like actors)  There might even be an element of fairness, if the women are to be described for eyecandy viewpoints, describe the men as well.  Like the Mandolorean actor looks real good under that beskar.  Not sure if I explained it right, but comparing bust sizes would probably get me to ditch the story if nothing else softened the bad taste. Good luck!
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    BronxWench reacted to JayDee in How do you know if people like your story?   
    “Fuck you, you cunts!”
    “Gosh Harry, you’re talking like a local already.”
    “CUNTS!”
    “Yes, you are too Luna.”
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    BronxWench reacted to JayDee in Introducing characters   
    Small voice from the back: “Couple of large jugs…. of wine please.”
    As a disgusting pornographer with almost no fictional morals I say ‘No problem! Go with whatever makes ya happy Porn boobily and make the breast of it!” but I feel like reddit’s MenWritingWomen subreddit and possibly wider groups would react to the above with much the same level of hospitality showed by the maenads to Orpheus. You could alway counterbalance it with description of the man,
    “The sot’s undersized cock twitched in his breaches like a distressed otter, spraying his fear from a tiny slit shaped strangely like the dry lips of the old preacher. An jagged scar near the base told of the time he’d tried urinating in a Pike filled river, meanwhile his alcohol-damaged testicles hung loosely in a hairy sack that grew damp in the voided trickle.”
     
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    BronxWench got a reaction from JayDee in Introducing characters   
    I find the idea of people associating larger breasts with some woman being a bimbo to be truly offensive, actually. It’s not a matter of choice. We are all the sum of our genetic inheritance, and whether or not you have generous physical attributes, or fall below some generic notion of what’s considered attractive at the moment is not something that should EVER influence how we see people.
    Frankly, if I was your poor elf lass, I’d fireball the lot of them, get some breast reduction magic, and move on with my life far away from humans.
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    BronxWench got a reaction from Desiderius Price in How do you know if people like your story?   
    We just have the one, plus DG. Honestly, this site operates exceedingly well, considering the fact that we are a volunteer operation.
    Probably The Rise of the Drakens, (Dragon Prints : 752724) but honestly, there might be one or two with more hits.
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    BronxWench got a reaction from JayDee in How do you know if people like your story?   
    Our coder isn’t quite mythical, but like everyone else, she has a RL job that pays the bills. We can’t afford to pay the going rate for a coder, so she works for us for a pittance, but it means we can’t demand a lot of her time.
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    BronxWench got a reaction from Desiderius Price in How do you know if people like your story?   
    We actually have never tracked hit count data on individual stories, but I think you are correct in thinking it would get ruined by manipulation if we did. 
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    BronxWench reacted to Desiderius Price in Introducing characters   
    I figured a full multi-chapter rewrite wouldn’t be great in a forum post, so didn’t portray the douche-bag’s blood reduction process before his perpetual eternal BBQ.   Otherwise, I agree it’s best to not perpetuate the stereotypes (though, while writing fiction, I don’t mind plastering offender’s brains on the ceilings….)
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    BronxWench got a reaction from Desiderius Price in Introducing characters   
    It wasn’t you, @Desiderius Price. This has been an ongoing discussion with SGS about breasts, size, and descriptors over the years. The kneejerk assumption that curvy women are all potential bimbos is just outdated and utterly irritating because it perpetuates the whole “she was asking for it” culture. We should be better than that.
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    BronxWench got a reaction from Desiderius Price in How do you know if people like your story?   
    We just have the one, plus DG. Honestly, this site operates exceedingly well, considering the fact that we are a volunteer operation.
    Probably The Rise of the Drakens, (Dragon Prints : 752724) but honestly, there might be one or two with more hits.
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    BronxWench got a reaction from Desiderius Price in How do you know if people like your story?   
    We actually have never tracked hit count data on individual stories, but I think you are correct in thinking it would get ruined by manipulation if we did. 
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    BronxWench reacted to Desiderius Price in Introducing characters   
    Oh, I’m below average, so I’ve cursed some characters with micropenis    Another with one so bent the guy can’t take a piss without getting it on himself.  A third one with chewed foreskin (girlfriend issues).  As a whole, I prefer keeping the average, well, average.  With my potter fanfic, there are exceptions...involving magic.
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    BronxWench reacted to JayDee in How do you know if people like your story?   
    It is!
    Sometimes someone’s emailed saying how much a particular gutting or whatever got them off and I go “...ok then.”
    Mostly I just get “I loved your story [no details]. Could you write [Random fetish I’ve never heard of involving illegal, illogical, and occasionally physically imposible acts] featuring [random fandom characters] and Hinata out of Naruto?”
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    BronxWench reacted to Desiderius Price in How do you know if people like your story?   
    Knowing people are reading is great, but also knowing they’re reading your perversions (and enjoying them) is definitely cringe-worthy too. 
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    BronxWench reacted to Ditmag in How do you know if people like your story?   
    I got my first review! And it was good! Plus an email of appreciation from someone else a few days ago. I’m glad someone likes it. I’m both proud of it and cringing over it. Is that normal when you write for public consumption?
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    BronxWench got a reaction from pittwitch in I am looking for a story called "remorse"   
    Is it Remorse by Ms_Figg ?
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    BronxWench reacted to pittwitch in I am looking for a story called "remorse"   
    Great story BTW
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    BronxWench got a reaction from pittwitch in I am looking for a story called "remorse"   
    Is it Remorse by Ms_Figg ?
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    BronxWench reacted to Desiderius Price in How do you know if people like your story?   
    Grind your character high enough in any skill set and it’s nearly a one shot/punch to take out a dragon; two if you’re not quite there yet.
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    BronxWench reacted to Sparrow in How do you know if people like your story?   
    Guh, because of course you did. I must be the only person who played that game as someone who just hit things with a big hammer.
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    BronxWench reacted to Desiderius Price in How do you know if people like your story?   
    @Ditmag You can tell how the interesting conversations go around here, start off with a good question, and now it’s skyrim tactics
     
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    BronxWench reacted to JayDee in How do you know if people like your story?   
    When you start praying to the Night Mother for a contract on the heavy footed fuck alerting every Falmer in Blackreach that you’re there to loot their shit.