Should fictional relationships be required to model healthy behavior for readers?

This topic has been coming for a while and it’s going to be a long, and hopefully interesting post because I have a lot to say about it. I’m going to use the example of Fifty Shades in the beginning, but this post isn’t specifically about that series—so don’t run off because you can’t stand the books, or because you love them and think I’m going to rip it apart.
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Blog Post: Scifi and spanking just go together, ok?

Sci-fi and spanking have always gone well together in my mind. Why? It seems counterintuitive, I know. I mean spanking is so primal and many sci-fi worlds tend towards futuristic setups with sterile logic ruling the day. Using physical force to punish someone seems backwards when you are in a future where intelligence is in charge and emotions are carefully controlled. Continue reading “Blog Post: Scifi and spanking just go together, ok?”

We’ve outgrown Safe, Sane, and Consensual (SSC)

This is going to be one of those informative posts where I ramble about things that people who are new to the scene, or people who are outside the scene but curious, might find useful–but I actually hope some people who have been around the block a couple times might find it interesting too.

I’m going to discuss SSC and RACK, two popular acronyms used by people in the scene. Continue reading “We’ve outgrown Safe, Sane, and Consensual (SSC)”