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Old 03-31-2011, 10:34 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by Nyssa View Post
The poll should really allow for multiple answers. In my case I would choose:

"I really enjoy sexuality in fiction." and "Love scenes are fine if they contribute to characterization and plot." I don't see how they are mutually exclusive.

I like to read a good story; if there's sex in the mix, yay, if not, yay, as long as the story is enjoyable.
I agree with this. I read books that have a lot of sex in them, and also books that don't have any at all. I don't mind if the sex is graphic, as long as it is contributes to the plot/characterization and as long as the word "cum" is not used. Because then I feel like I'm reading porn or erotica written for an audience I don't belong to.
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