Cockswords & Berries: A tale of kings and maidens
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Apr1, 2016 After a chance encounter and unlikely romantic audience with the King of Rivasor, a nubile young waif of peasant bloodline becomes the only bed maiden to make the virile, famously well-endowed monarch climax during bedplay. Many admire her talent. Others envy her stain. Some fear her power over the throne. She must be wary no one discovers her own dark secret in the turmoil that ensues! More
Original preview published 2013: Full novel released April 1, 2016! After a chance encounter and unlikely romantic audience with the King of Rivasor, a nubile young waif of peasant bloodline becomes the first and only bed maiden to make the virile and famously well-endowed monarch climax during bedplay. Many admire her talent. Others envy her stain. Some fear her power over the throne. She must be wary no one discovers her own dark secret in the turmoil that ensues!
What if an ancient kingdom existed where, as a result of natural selection and evolution, all the men had horsean cockswords and all the women had clenchtight berries?
What if, along with that biological evolution, an erostopian society developed in which attitudes and practices around intercourse, eroticism as well as gender wiring and roles evolved naturally without dogma, shame-based stigma and control-based repression? A place where carnal desire was neither sinful nor cause for embarrassment and where the naturalness of that desire and its quenching were an integral part of that kingdom’s language, lore and even its law?
What if the king of such a land were the man with the biggest cocksword who, in order to remain king, was required to withhold his spew and never again “stain” another?
stain – v. informally, to ejaculate onto another’s skin; n. the visible mark roused by such contact. See ALCHEMY OF STAIN in Appendix
When a Rivasoran man’s semen makes contact with a woman’s skin (on any part of her body), a unique mark—a stain—appears on her forehead within one to two hours.
Elders in the community know who is mating with whom, for they can recognize, for instance, the stain of the blacksmith’s son (or the blacksmith, himself!) on the seamstress’ daughter.
As for the royal stain, few people know what it looks like, and even fewer have actually seen it carried—for kings are forbidden from spewing their kreem as long as they hold the throne. Therefore, to carry the King’s stain, as bed maiden Reina now does, is cause for much whispering and finger pointing among Rivasor clusterfolk,
NOTE: In Rivasor, to be stained is to carry the stainer’s creative power upon oneself. It is a public declaration of a man’s potency and a woman’s desirability. The stain remains visible for approximately forty-eight hours.
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