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Blonde big titscomRoiphe argues that it's a generational difference, as writers like John Updike and Philip Roth would be very explicit and close to raunchy in their fictitious encounters, while newer authors like Dave Eggers shy away from racy jaunts and, instead, focus on relationships. But what interested me the most about this piece was the note Up Front from Roiphe , who said that while male writers are writing less openly about sex, women and gay writers are much more open to experimenting with it now, and how the feminist revolution is largely to thank for some of the change. Focusing on queer female writers, I would say that this is extremely apparent within the s, stemming from Michelle Tea's narrative memoir Valencia, in stories from Miranda July in No One Belongs Here More Than You, graphic novels from Cristy Road and even stories from straight female writers in queer-based stories from mainstream authors like Mary Gaitskill. Previously, the depictions of lesbian sex in books was relegated to very small lesbian-owned press novels and specific works of lesbian erotica. Now we have our own voices going dictating stories on a more accessible level to counter the otherwise offensive scenes written by men like Philip Roth, whose current best seller, The Humbling, includes lewd sex scenes between a lesbian and an older man she becomes intimate with.
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In addition to trying to avoid speaking, I was trying to avoid coming because he hadn't given permission. We'd played in similar ways before, and I'd held out for longer than I'd expected I would.
I just didn't know how long he was going to draw it out this time. Who would give in first. Sudden movement at my waist had me gasping louder.
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