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September 30, 2005

There's porn for everyone, even vegetarians.

You can imagine my amazement when I stumbled across a site regarding porn geared to vegetarians. Well, I should hardly be surprised by any kind of porn, and yet couldn't help but laugh. My first thought was whether or not it meant no men. My immediate second thought was more along the lines of cucumbers sliding in and out of pussy juice machines. After all, what is porn for the vegetarian?

It wasn't a porn site, although it did contain an element of pornography in the editorial section, and it was here that I found one interesting complaint about the use of words.

Being a writer for Rabbits Reviews, and also a writer of erotic short stories, there are only so many words for cock and pussy, although these two words in themslves might be deemed offensive to at least one of our crudités loving friends. However, it did get me thinking about how I write about fucking and the words or descriptions I use. I wondered what an odd and maybe even a fun self-challenge to write a short passage without once making a reference to an animal or an animal by-product.

However, the longer I sat staring at the blank page on my computer, keying in phrases and then deleting them, the more I thought that vegetables don't really do justice to hardcore fiction scenes.

Eventually, I concluded that porn and porn writing is more for the carnivore than the herbivore. Is this fair I wonder? I'm not sure I care, although certainly some vegans might. I don't know about you, but when it comes to sex, I'm much more likely to cum reading about a huge thick sausage beating into a wet pussy than a carrot poking into a cabbage patch.

Posted by sloth at September 30, 2005 6:50 PM

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