Posts Tagged: Sexuality

Links: Wednesday, August 20th

Links: Wednesday, August 20th

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Today’s Links: The rest is drag – Alexis Hall continues the conversation that E.E. Ottoman started about LGBT fiction and straight writers and readers and compares m/m romance to drag. X is never exactly like Y, of course, but the… Read more »

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Links: Tuesday May 6th

Links: Tuesday May 6th

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Ugly Renaissance Babies Reading Desire: “Dark Notes on Paper” – Liz has a great post on sex scenes and desire in romance and why much of it bores her. As usual, the comments are as insightful as the post. When… Read more »

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Links: Thursday, April 24th

Links: Thursday, April 24th

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The noble hound. Little Miss Crabby Pants Fires The Canon – There’s been a lot of reaction to Noah Berlatsky’s Salon article but I really liked this response from Wendy the Superlibrarian. First, no book anywhere is going to be… Read more »

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Links: Tuesday, March 25th

Links: Tuesday, March 25th

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Hi five! AAR takes on graphic novels – AAR isn’t really my scene, but this post caught my eye. I didn’t even know there were graphic novel romances. I’m very excited to announce that AAR will be reviewing romance graphic… Read more »

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Links: Saturday, March 22nd

Links: Saturday, March 22nd

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Pounce Harmful Communication: The “I Love You” Defense – Now this is a post I want every romance author to read. If the characters are arguing about something and the defense boils down to “I love you, and I was… Read more »

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Links: Saturday, March 8th

Links: Saturday, March 8th

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Cat has no time for your nonsense on this Caturday morning. Love, color, and blindness – It seems like a bunch of “love is blind” posts made the rounds recently, and Sunita weighs in with where they fall down for… Read more »

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Links: Thursday, March 6th

Links: Thursday, March 6th

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A cause I support 100% Triggered – The New Republic published an article the other day entitled “Trigger Happy: The ‘Trigger Warning’ Has Spread from Blogs to College Classes. Can It Be Stopped?” I thought it was both poorly argued… Read more »

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Links: Tuesday, February 25th

Links: Tuesday, February 25th

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Young People Swap Clothes With Grandparents And Parents A Rape Survivor on Writing “Non-Con” – Belleau writes a powerful meditation on being someone who’s experienced rape and writing non-con erotica. As someone who’s experienced sexual assault and reads non-con erotica,… Read more »

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Links: Tuesday, February 18th

Links: Tuesday, February 18th

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Finger splints that look like elegant pieces of jewelry All things queer and wonderful – New Adult author Leah Raeder talks about growing up as an out bi woman and how she wants to see the genre branch out more…. Read more »

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Links: Saturday, February 15th

Links: Saturday, February 15th

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Typical cat. Three Authors Discuss Their Favorite Romance Novels Featuring People of Color – Jessica W. Luther, whom we spoke to earlier in the week, posted a roundtable discussion with authors Suleikha Snyder, Farrah Rochon and our own Rebekah in… Read more »

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