Romance writer Chloe Thurlow

Literary romance

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Eros to Erotic, Porn & Piccadilly Circus

Eros had curly dark hair tumbling over green eyes and sulky full lips. We met when I was a teenager staying with his family in Paris to improve my French. His real name was Yves, but that night when he slipped down the dark corridor into my bedroom, I felt as if I were in the sculpting hands of Eros. Eros is the Greek word for love. The French in

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What’s The Difference Between Porn & Erotica?

Porn is not erotica. Porn is dull. Porn is repetitive. Good sex like good art never repeats itself. Porn is not sex. Porn is simulated sex. A rubber doll with a microchip can imitate human flesh without human feeling. Porn leaves an emptiness inside. Erotica sets up a vibration in the mind that sends pulsing waves through the body. Porn is about orgasm. Erotica is about suspending orgasm.

Let’s Talk About Sex

Where does porn start? Often in the classroom. Girls are pressured by boys into sending selfies of their breasts that get shared around the school. Why do the girls agree? Because girls are agreeable. They want to be liked. It’s just a bit of fun. Breasts decorate every commercial, every celebrity interview. Sex is in the air like oxygen. Like the sea to the fish. From sharing a half nude selfie to watching porn is the beginning of the slippery slope to replicating those scenes.