NSFW Fanfiction

Ashley Marie

Headmaster
Staff member
If you want to talk NSFW fanfic, this is your place. While some of the stories in our other threads will be NSFW, this is a place to discuss writing it, reading it, and our favorite parts of it. Let's be honest, most of us are fans of 'smut' when it comes to fanfiction, and we'd like to discuss that with you.
 

Tommy Potterhead

New member
Personally I think the hardest part of writing the scene is always coming up with creative ways to write it without being vulgar. Phrases like "She reached down and felt his excitement grow." or "He felt her wetness" come to mind. I really try to be tasteful when writing the"smut" scenes.
 

shotaboy

Active member
If you want to talk NSFW fanfic, this is your place. While some of the stories in our other threads will be NSFW, this is a place to discuss writing it, reading it, and our favorite parts of it. Let's be honest, most of us are fans of 'smut' when it comes to fanfiction, and we'd like to discuss that with you.
well I wanna do a nsfw fanfic of Harry Potter
 

Kamiccola

Member
Personally I think the hardest part of writing the scene is always coming up with creative ways to write it without being vulgar. Phrases like "She reached down and felt his excitement grow." or "He felt her wetness" come to mind. I really try to be tasteful when writing the"smut" scenes.
The one and only romance I've written is not in the HP fandom so it's not on here but I think I did this part right. I didn't want to close the door - I hate it when people do that, all that build-up and then you don't get to see what happens - but I also didn't want it to sound like erotica. The whole "throbbing" silliness makes me roll my eyes and is not hot at all.

I don't FEEL it when someone describes what the character's body parts look like (or how they're behaving). I FEEL it if I connect with the character. So I need to know what it feels like to them and why it feels that way.

So, to write the sex scene tastefully and avoid the erotica ridiculousness, I tried to avoid describing or naming body parts at all. I only snuck a couple of keywords to let the reader know what's going on but the whole thing is written from the point of view of the character's senses. It was a challenge at first, but once I got going, it all came together.

(accidental puns are the best puns)
 

Tommy Potterhead

New member
The one and only romance I've written is not in the HP fandom so it's not on here but I think I did this part right. I didn't want to close the door - I hate it when people do that, all that build-up and then you don't get to see what happens - but I also didn't want it to sound like erotica. The whole "throbbing" silliness makes me roll my eyes and is not hot at all.

I don't FEEL it when someone describes what the character's body parts look like (or how they're behaving). I FEEL it if I connect with the character. So I need to know what it feels like to them and why it feels that way.

So, to write the sex scene tastefully and avoid the erotica ridiculousness, I tried to avoid describing or naming body parts at all. I only snuck a couple of keywords to let the reader know what's going on but the whole thing is written from the point of view of the character's senses. It was a challenge at first, but once I got going, it all came together.

(accidental puns are the best puns)
Very helpful. Thank you!
 

JMilz

Head of Ravenclaw House
The one and only romance I've written is not in the HP fandom so it's not on here but I think I did this part right. I didn't want to close the door - I hate it when people do that, all that build-up and then you don't get to see what happens - but I also didn't want it to sound like erotica. The whole "throbbing" silliness makes me roll my eyes and is not hot at all.

I don't FEEL it when someone describes what the character's body parts look like (or how they're behaving). I FEEL it if I connect with the character. So I need to know what it feels like to them and why it feels that way.

So, to write the sex scene tastefully and avoid the erotica ridiculousness, I tried to avoid describing or naming body parts at all. I only snuck a couple of keywords to let the reader know what's going on but the whole thing is written from the point of view of the character's senses. It was a challenge at first, but once I got going, it all came together.

(accidental puns are the best puns)
That is a clever way of doing it! I'm not big into writing erotica, but once in awhile I will have a scene or three, as it makes the most sense in the story. Body parts I am okay with, but I do believe you need to make sure the character's feelings are obviated. I used to actually ghostwrite erotica professionally and some of my clients' demands made it seem so much more pornographic than it needed to be. You can make it incredibly graphic without making it seem like a cheap pornography plot.
 

JMilz

Head of Ravenclaw House
well I'm trying to write a harry potter nsfw story with Neville
It sounds like you have your pairing down and just need a theme. Why don't you try the writing adventure? It will have to be holiday-themed. It looks like you actually had a start there. Why don't you expand on that to reach 5,000-6,000 words? You'll probably want to post it as a new story using these instructions. It will be too long for a thread.
 

Elena

Member
I just posted a WIP that's NSFW. It goes there right from the start, so you know what you are in for. It always freaks me out because 1. it has never been allowed before, but new owners, so new rules. 2. I have no idea if what I think is smut it too smutty for 'smut'. 3. I don't know if I write it particularly well.

Sometimes when writing, the words seem so vulgar, but they are also just right. Sometimes I wonder do we need to be so descriptive, but that's what makes smut, smut. When reading it, you want to be swept away in the fantasy. You want those words to make it desirable. Erotic fiction can't be erotic without it.
 

shotaboy

Active member
I just posted a WIP that's NSFW. It goes there right from the start, so you know what you are in for. It always freaks me out because 1. it has never been allowed before, but new owners, so new rules. 2. I have no idea if what I think is smut it too smutty for 'smut'. 3. I don't know if I write it particularly well.

Sometimes when writing, the words seem so vulgar, but they are also just right. Sometimes I wonder do we need to be so descriptive, but that's what makes smut, smut. When reading it, you want to be swept away in the fantasy. You want those words to make it desirable. Erotic fiction can't be erotic without it.
hey can I be in it
 
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