Here is the second post in a show for authors, specially authors of erotica and love

rx online>This show is targeted on composing sex scenes with trans and/or non-binary figures in a fashion that includes less cissexism that is unintentional.

Component 1 dedicated to cissexism between figures during intercourse scenes. Parts focus that is 2-6 problem questions and narrative alternatives, choices you make in the tale level that lead to cissexism in your intercourse scenes. Part 7 is mostly about those occasions whenever you may elect to add cissexism between characters.

Being heads up, this post includes conversation of sex, systems, and cissexism. It provides concrete types of cissexism during the whole tale degree.

I wish to begin by saying you to read the first post in this series before reading this one; it shares a few resources and also gives a bunch of concrete examples of cissexism between characters that I encourage. Continue reading Here is the second post in a show for authors, specially authors of erotica and love