Therapy Session

Adult Erotica
Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
She had a problem. She had an uncontrollable urge to take off her clothes. See how this therapist deals with her problem. A rather short story. More
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About Rushmore Judd

Rushmore Judd began writing erotic stories in the early 1990's. When the internet arrived, he finally found an outlet for his stories and what was a hobby became an avocation. Publishing on a few websites he developed a loyal following that encouraged him to write more.

His writing is straight forward in its descriptions without a heavy reliance on euphemisms. Frequently someone in the story is pushing a boundary, exploring new experiences or crossing a forbidden line. It is the struggle between conscience and lust that characterizes many of his stories. Others have accused him of being a woman who only pretends to be a man because of his intimate understanding of the way a woman reacts and thinks. He prefers to think of himself as a lesbian trapped in a man’s body. Some have suggested that his readings become required reading for young men and teens. His stories project a positive view of sex and seduction.

In 2010 he started his own website and in April of 2011 he published his first story on eventually giving up his website and replacing it with a blog. Some of his stories can be found on Amazon, Barnes and Nobel, and others, but Smashwords has his most comprehensive collection. Rushmore has a successful career as a business consultant and in that capacity he has traveled the world, living in Europe for a time. Currently he lives in the beautiful Berkshire region of New England with his wife.

If you are dissatisfied with any story you purchased from me, please contact me at rushmore.judd at Comments and ratings are very much appreciated.

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Erin ORiordan reviewed on on May 29, 2011

An amusing short read, though not some of Rush's best work. I recommend his longer story "Hysteria."
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Ernest Winchester reviewed on on April 20, 2011

The switching from third person to first and back was jarring. One point it was in the same paragraph. I don't want to give away the ending but I wonder if 'she' was Elaine?
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