Previously Banned Lit Makes Hard My Clit

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I finally finished Delta of Venus by Anaïs Nin, and it kept me exceedingly moist for the duration of my reading experience. I long to read it again, and wait in aroused anticipation for the arrival of Little Birds and Henry and June which are presently en route to my hungry little mail box.

Now I an reading Henry Miller’s Tropic of Cancer. Stream of consciousness writing is hard to follow. But it feels so only because I approach it from too logical a standpoint. Stream of consciousness demands surrender to the illogical and to the moment. This will be a good practice for me as I hold too tightly to structure and sense a lot of the time… too much of the time.

Time to release the juices collecting in my pelvic bowl, and give it all over to an art demanding my complete sense of abandon. Let’s do this!

The human condition ain’t for the weak-hearted… they’ll never make it out of this thing alive. Like our protagonist, we should derive the utmost exhilaration at our impending destruction… pull up a chair and watch the world burn all around us… and laugh and fuck ourselves into oblivion. Sounds like a good time to me. Whose got the matches?

👽❤xoxoxo❤👽

2 thoughts on “Previously Banned Lit Makes Hard My Clit

  1. I preferred Nin to Miller, I must admit, as I found the stream of consciousness style a little difficult to immerse in. I think you’ve got a better idea about how to approach it than I ever have. Happy horny reading! 👄

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    1. So far I much prefer Nin. So imaginative. I find Miller to be a tad on the sexist/misogynist side… not to mention anti-Semitic and racist… but the book was written in the 30s and he is a white dude… so big surprise there. I just wanted to give it a go because I never read it.

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