Saturday, October 19, 2013

Too Weird To Describe

Let's just say that someone is getting rich writing erotica involving dinosaurs:
Are Alara Branwen and Christie Sims your real names?
No, those are just our pen names. Do you honestly think we would publish the crazy stuff we write under our own names?
We're headed down.


  1. I found that from a friend on Facebook. At first I thought it was satire; someone making fun of cheesy romance novels. Surely there's not seriously a market for Dino porn? And look at the titles? "Taken by the T-Rex" "In the Velociraptor's Next"

    But yes, it would seem there is. And what's more, since romance novels are porn for women, that market is going to be mostly women. I'm pretty OK saying that if dinosaur rape fantasy is your thing, you probably need some help.

  2. What does it say about the quality of young men that a significant market exists for young women whose notion of erotica involves lizards?

  3. Rule 34 of the Internet: If you can think of it, there is already porn of it.

  4. Found some fans of the dino erotica: