If you have been following this blog, then you know about my chart of ranked socio-ecological gravity. Humanoids have preferences for their social environment, the realization of which is the byproduct of their liberty and success. Liberate savages and you unleash a social gravity toward savage social norms. Liberate xx and you get animal norms per the usual hypergamy and solipsism.
I got a link via a Rollo Tomassi tweet to “Why Bigfoot porn author Virginia Wade quit the monster-smut game” dated 13 February 2014 by Josiah Hesse. (The name seems Ashkenazim-German to me.) Here is the excerpt for your consideration:
Mating with this animal — part man, part beast — was as unthinkable as having sex with a donkey. And yet, here I was, reveling in the experience and not wanting it to end.” — Cum For Bigfoot
Liberation and decline allow women to do the unthinkable—in civilized man terms. She can fantasize in private, but I think she can fantasize in real life too when she manipulates you like a beta resource. Stop thinking about women in civilized man terms.
At the same time, though, technology provided a lifeline for erotic books, with online communities forming to support their favorite genre of steamy story, from cartoon fan-fiction erotica to the darker realms of torture- and rape-fantasy novels. And then Amazon unveiled its Kindle Direct feature, allowing amateur authors to circumnavigate squeamish publishers and get their freaky prose directly into the hands of the public. “The first couple of erotic short stories I wrote were instant sellers; but back then it was easy, because the market wasn’t so flooded,” says Wade. “After Fifty Shades of Grey, everyone began writing erotic literature.”
Yes, the economy flooded by women and savages under the bankster elite makes for lots of junior entrepreneurs with desperation and no better money making options.
“I got into erotica because I wanted to make money,” she says. “The irony is that it’s really hard to make money in erotica nowadays.”
“You can reinvent yourself easily. I went from smut queen to, like, a nun.”
And it’s paid off: Her prudish stories are doing quite well — better, even, than her tales of forced sex with a 500-pound walking shag carpet. In her best month to date, she made $30,000 in sales on historical novels.
Do your own due diligence. Do your field testing. Trust empiricism as the guide to your theories. It’s better to be out in front of the next small good thing than to be late to the latest big thing.
If you think xx has culture, you are not making sound observations.
Don’t feed the animals…unless it makes you the winner.
If you can’t tax or steal, then you need to sell what xx and the mangina support crew will buy. Sorry. Be seductive. Get your animal groove on.
—‘Reality’ Doug, 10 December 2015