ArceusAlpha493

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    Vocabulary Turn-offs

    I am not usually bothered by some terms but these that are overused annoy me: pussy fuck cock and many others are complete turn offs and I leave the story after that. It does rub me the wrong way when some sex slang is the only words they can think of which is sad. Now I don't mind those like womanhood/femalehood, malehood, flower in a poetic way, love making, sex fluids, heat(mostly when a female legendary pokemon, female pokemon, or any other female human or pokemon to refer to their heat cycle or estrus.), and length, and seed
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    Using proper anatomical terms over sex slang

    I understand your opinion but I just prefer using technical terms although I try to use non vulgar terms like flower, malehood, or seed but thats about it. But you must remember that not everyone reads it to be naughty. I read and write sex scenes with artistic and professional sense like authors who write romantic and erotic literature would use. Now is there a point that sex slang can be overused? Is there a way to do sex scenes well without having to use vulgar terms and still use anatomical terms. Also, when I do nursing scenes I always use breasts and nipples instead of the slang terms
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    Erotic Thesaurus/Name That Body Part, Please!

    I prefer to use technical terms on every sex scene I do so I don't look unintelligent and immature. Since I am in the medical field mainly in Veterinary medicine, I always use proper anatomical terms at all times to be professional.
  4. Hello I am a writer too but anyways, in all my stories, their are sex scenes. When I write them, I always try to be professional and use proper anatomical terms including, penis, prepuce, semen in the male, rectum, vulva, vagina/birth canal, clitoris, uterus or womb, cervix which is open during coitis and closes at the begining of pregnacy and opens at partuition, ovaries, and other anatomical terms. I have to ask, do you all use these terms instead of the slang. Would you read a story which has these proper terminology in the sex scenes. I have noticed an overuse use of sex slang but now where are times that you would use either one? What if the reader does not understand some of the terminology.