AskTrish: Reading ArousedWoman Opens Dialogue Between Husband & Wife

Trish this is @Swart64, I was reading your blog. My wife asked what it was i Said it was your personal experiences. She read it and said it was erotica and then she said it was like porn and that she thought i didn’t like porn. I said i like porn i just thought you’d frown upon that  we have been married for only 6 years and never talked about porn it just never came up, well it’s up now Thanks Trish

Hey, there, Swart64!

Thanks for writing in. 🙂 I will say, though, my writing is NOT porn. I HATE PORN. But I love erotica! The difference for me is that porn historically has been by men, for men, with women subject to the will and fantasies of men, becoming caricatures of womanhood and certainly not representing femininity at all.

Erotica, on the other hand, allows an equality for both (or all) partners involved and is overall much more tasteful, to me. Erotica has become an important vehicle for women to get OUR perspective on sex, sensuality, and all things eros out to the world.

And I think it’s great that my blog allowed you and your wife to start talking about sexual matters such as this! Communication is the foundation of EVERY relationship we have as human beings.

Keep me posted on how ArousedWomanBlog has helped (and what positions y’all try! 🙂 …) .

trish

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0 Replies to “AskTrish: Reading ArousedWoman Opens Dialogue Between Husband & Wife”

    1. Thanks for mentioning my blog, ArousedWoman(TM). Please know that my brief distinction on how I view the differences between porn and erotica was just to illustrate the point but stick to the main topic of the post. I am, in fact, working on a longer post on this very subject.

      I’ve never seen “Office Space,” so I don’t know what that is. 🙂 But I alternate using “orgasm(s)” and “O’s” because using the same word repeatedly makes the word stale and loses its punch. Changing up the terms keeps the writing more fluid.

      As for my O’s face, I’ve never posted what I look like during orgasm 🙂 , but I have written a nifty guide to help men (and women) understand the physiological changes that occur when a woman orgasms for the various kinds of female orgasm: The Face of Orgasm: Is Your Woman Faking Orgasms or Not?

      Hope that clears it up. And feel free to leave a comment on any post that moves you. 🙂

      Thank you!
      trish