How Do You Write Smut When You Don’t Feel Sexy?

Jupiter Grant

Jupiter Grant is a author and blogger of erotica and erotic poetry. She recently published a collection of erotic poems, is currently editing two short story collections to be published soon, and is working on her first full-length work, an erotic novel based on the subject of polyamory and ethical non-monogamy. Jupiter lives in London, and loves writing, reading, music, movies, sex and sleep!

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  1. It is many years since I have had actual sex with another human even though my libido remains high. The reason is that I don’t find aging bodies (like mine) sexually attractive. The corollary of this is that anyone I am attracted to is unlikely to feel the same way about me. Therefore I have remained celibate. But memory is very strong; the sex scenes in my novel Jessie are largely based on vivid recollections of sex I had long ago. Recalling them makes me horny, and the scenes become easy to write. I also get horny when I reread them. This is a technique that is open to anyone who has had sex. The hard part is finding the language with which to describe your experience.

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