Size Queens and reality VS Gay Porn

If you have ever read a traditional erotic romance novel whether in print or ebook form then you may have noticed one thing during the sex scenes.

The heroes are often larger than life in every way, including dick size. Oftentimes the heroes are hard working men who have real life muscles, tousled hair and attitudes, and they just happen to have large cocks to satisfy the hungry and greedy cunts of their heroines.

Does the average reading population care about the size of the male’s dicks or do they realize that the average male penis is between 4-6 inches in length and that average doesn’t have anything to do with the sexual orientation portion of equation, many are left wondering about the relationship between dick size and the hero’s ego.

Harlequin heroes have to be well-endowed in every way as that’s supposedly the fantasy of every woman. Do you like to hear that hero is well endowed or do you even care about description in your stories? Many writers slide them in as a weak attempt to hit up erotica as a market but what they’re really doing is just adding sexual description to their stories.

To be erotica, the plot is very simple: A and B must get together to do some adult stuff.
To be erotic romance, the plot is a little more complex. Doing the grown adult porn shit must forward the plot, which is to get A and B together for a happily ever after.

Otherwise readers have only story with sex or sexual description in it.

This is not negotiable, honestly, but why the fascination with the size of said appendage is beyond anyone’s guess, seeing as the how the ass can stretch but NOT as readily as our vaginas. Since it doesn’t self lubricate and it requires a lot more relaxation to accommodate larger girth than a well lubed pussy, the ass is not the best place for sex unless both parties are into pain.

Plus there’s the amount of preparation involved. No anal sex scene should be written without the lube. It’s not logical; it’s unsafe and damn wrong! In the real world sometimes lube is forgotten by writers but it’s a necessary part of the fun of indulgence.

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