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By Sadie Trombetta Sept 3 My first experience with erotica was probably around age 6. My mom had one of those books with a peep hole cover featuring a shirtless Fabio-esque man and a busty, scantly clad woman, and I loved playing peek-a-boo with it. It never occurred to me that I was holding something inappropriate until my mom ripped it away from me, embarrassed. When I got older, I realized what kind of books my mom was reading, and all I could say was, "Ewwwwww.
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In the shower, Ed stood with his hands at the back of his head, like someone just arrested, while she abused him with a bar of soap. In the Widows of Eastwick by John Updike, there is a blowjob scene wherein one character seems to have a very verbose way to describe the act in his inner monologue, but words fail him when he actually opens his mouth. She said nothing then, her lovely mouth otherwise engaged, until he came, all over her face.
Historically, men have dominated positions of authority in areas such as law and academia, from which comes linguistic formation and development. Our language, therefore, favours men and disfavours women. As our worldview and ideas are always determined by language, this leads to an institutionalised oppression of women. However, some female writers are using language to rewrite the female experience in a process of reclamation. The focal point of this discussion is Delta of Venus, a collection of erotic short stories by 20th century author Anais Nin.
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