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Date Posted: 21:18:25 07/17/20 Fri
Author: Mike
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In reply to: Comicality 's message, "River Acheron Question For Imagine 7/17" on 13:40:07 07/17/20 Fri

Yes. This describes me, exactly.

I skim the sex scenes, usually. I find them distracting from the story. I do it during TV shows too. I love porn. I watch porn every day, but my brain won't allow me to enjoy a story and enjoy sex at the same time. It's weird. It's like, I enjoy both crisps and ice cream, but I wouldn't mix them both. So I skim the scenes just in case I miss something.

And I usually read the first sex scene too, like, when Jesse and Tristan, the first time they're intimate I'll read it in detail because I have followed these two characters from the beginning and I have begun to really care about them and I know how Tristan has been feeling about Jesse, right up to the moment, I assume, they have sex. It's an important moment in a character's journey. The same was true in Gone From Daylight, when Taryn turned Justin and gave him the bracelet. A very important part of the story.

But in general, I do skip sex scenes because often it just feels unnecessary and distracting. And it can be repetitive too. Like how many ways can you describe sex without it becoming repetitive or even weird, just to keep it fresh? Lol

I buy a lot of audiobooks, some of those books are gay romance novels. Nothing cheeses me off more when like half of the story is just smut. There's virtually no story and that's what I am looking for. Not smut. I wish they'd add it in the description, **for fans of smut**

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