Romance writer Chloe Thurlow

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Unquenchable Lust is the Gift that Girls Bring to Life

Unquenchable lust. Those two words went through my mind as he took a grip on the heavy flesh of my lower lip and pinched down until my lip must have been as red as a rose in full bloom. He pulled me closer, a hand on the small of my back, and transferred my stinging lip into his mouth, biting down gently and sending quivers through my entire body. He ran

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Orgy – One Way To Find Out Who You Really Are

Orgy is such a gorgeous word it’s like a mantra and sometimes I find myself saying it over and over again as I walk down the street – orgy, orgy, orgy. People look at me as if I am really sad (or entirely mad) but we all have an orgy fantasy and mumbling my mantra probably does a lot more good than harm – it reminds people of their subliminal

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What’s Saturnalia Got To Do With Christmas Anyway?

In the bleak midwinter there was nothing Roman pagans looked forward to more than the annual Saturnalia. It was a time for unrestrained revelry, lose morals, over-eating and drinking like the sun may never rise again. At the height of the festivities, sodden groups of friends would strip naked and go from door to door singing bawdy songs before going home to saturnalian orgies. ‘They were,’ the poet Gaius Valerius Catallus

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Eroticism – Living Life To The Point of Death

‘Eroticism, it may be said, is assenting to life up to the point of death.’ The quote is by Georges Bataille, the one man from history I would have jumped straight into bed with, if only to have learned more about eroticism. Before Bataille, I flirted with Albert Camus, Henry Miller and Martin Amis, whose novel The Rachel Papers I read with a torch after lights out. I rejected Jean-Paul

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