Kenya Nǚshén


I am at the moment, a writer of the erotic. I use erotica as the vehicle for my desire to build up the image of healthy relationships to travel in. I don't want to write without direction. I don't want to write erotica for the sake of being able to write successfully about sexual situations. My other heart's mission is to teach. Erotica gains people's attention, so I use it to do so. As of now my characters are mainly African American because I feel we need to build up the perception of ourselves the most but I plan to branch out into more interracial relationships in my next books. There is absolutely nothing wrong with being with the person who truly loves and accepts you no matter their race. In my work I present real people. I know that this genre can tend to be very fantasy driven and for good reason, but my desire is for my readers to see the fantasy as achievable in their own relationships, particularly marriages. So when I say 'real' people I mean you will find characters with cellulite, receding hairlines, crooked teeth, little pot bellies etc. I don't want them to dream of other people or the characters in the story. As a writer I feel I have a responsibility to my readers to give them something of substance, something attainable along with their desire to be entertained. I believe it is a gross misuse of my gift to continue to fill their minds full of that which will have a very slim chance of coming true and also sets them up for disappointment and heartache. I want people, men and women, to turn their minds, eyes, desires and hearts to what they see every day, i.e. imperfect husbands, imperfect wives, imperfect people. That's what's real and that's what their hopes should be pinned on. Once it was that entering into marriage and the mingling of families was not taken lightly. There was grooming, finances and plans involved for the greater good of future generations. I would like to see that happen again on any scale possible. And so my work also reflects the importance and beauty of love and marriage. There is a tide of information and articles on divorce and women and young people choosing to not get married. I'd like to do my part in countering that tide with why the institution of marriage still has an incredibly pertinent place in our society. The right familial connections build strength in a community and therefore a nation. In essence I want people to come for the erotic heat and passion but stay for the love, forgiveness and work it takes to sustain a relationship.

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Sex Scene Compilation "The Marital Position"
The Marital Position is more than just Erotica. It's been described by readers as a guide to better sex in marriage. Real couples depicted in hot erotic scenarios. Sex doesn't end with marriage; It begins! :: Disclaimer - We own none of the rights to these movies scenes!


The Marital Position
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 60,810. Language: English. Published: May 29, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Erotica » Women's Erotica, Fiction » Erotica » Couples Erotica
In this collection of fictional stories, there is an abundance of relatable couples that showcase the power of intimacy attained in a committed relationship. Follow along as they discover that through communication, love and a little creativity they can make and keep their promise to each other strong and have a steamy sex life in the process!

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black couples    commitment    erotic    forgiveness    healing    intimacy    love    marriage    passion    pleasure    sensuality    sex    spirituality