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Re: Smut-writing discussion
« on: March 22, 2015, 06:34:12 pm »
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It's either anatomical accurate, vulgar or an overused euphemism xD

@lawlya that is EXACTLY what I was trying to say, just in a less long-winded way, so thank you XD

@AoYokai I'm not trying to say that there are NO good ways to say things. It's just, they're very limited.
Maybe we should compare notes and see which inappropriate terms we all like XD

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Also for me writing smut, specifically NezuShi smut (because all my other writing has been on hold for a couple years), I don't find the terms to be too difficult... Like, it's a little bit of a challenge, but if I'm writing a sex scene at all, it's for a very specific purpose, and it's usually focusing on what's happening as a result of that. How do I put that into better words... It's focused on the emotions of the scene, not the mechanics of everything.

@Weisel Yeah, see, that's the thing. For me, what's going on in real time and the emotions are both really important pieces of the puzzle. Okay, the actual sex thing (for normal m/m Nezushi, the part where a d*ck goes somewhere and then ejaculation happens) is not important. But all the foreplay is really important, because it's super emotionally charged. If you look at the smut scene I most recently wrote in Fateswap Beyond, you'll see that it's like 75% foreplay and Nezumi internal monologue, and only 25% actual sex. (And they never took their boxers off either because Shion would've freaked the f*ck out lol)
But in my ideal world, I would have words at my disposal that I could use to make the actual act of sex feel the same way it does in real life, instead of relying on everything that comes before and after to make up for the weakness of the writing of the actual act.