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Literary erotica might be a more low-key alternative to porn, but that doesn't mean it can't totally rock your world — even long after a self-love sesh. By stroking your imagination, erotica can stimulate you both sexually and intellectually, and allow you to indulge in fantasies that prioritize your pleasure and make you the star.
For women and non-binary people, sexual scenarios like these can be difficult to find on traditional porn sites. But Do You, a new erotica app that launched in Januaryembodies the sensual thrill that comes with reading porn, in addition to its many benefits. Unlike erotica app DipseaDo You's tantalizing narratives are told via simulated text messages instead of audio.
Women — and soon to come innon-binary folks and men — can pick partners of any gender to play with in a range of interactive sexual scenarios. These fantasies include kinky BDSM scenes, tender romantic sex, illicit hookups with an ex, and even sci-fi-themed stories. Do You is currently available in the Apple Storeand an Android version is in the works.
After hearing about their friends' negative sexting experiences, Do You co-founders Meli Chamorro and Elayne Safir set out to create an app that married erotic lit's age-old appeal to 21st century tech. We are modernizing that experience and taking it a step further by putting you in the story.
Tatiana Fogthost of the sexuality podcast Bedsidedefines erotica as "the artistic expression of desire and arousal. Fogt points out how erotica can be particularly helpful for those who lack the privilege of sexual expression. Men have always had an outward expression of sexuality and power, where women and those who identify outside gender norms have been given a predetermined narrative of shame," Fogt explains.
Certified sexologist and reproductive justice educator Michelle Hope also recognizes the reasons why women and non-binary people respond better to erotica than traditional porn. For one, even though more women are becoming award-winning porn directors and producersporn tends to embody the male gaze and can often showcase violence against women.
They also say erotica's subtlety is important because it's conducive to a wider range of possibilities for people. The money shot is the money shot as the director, producer, or writer wanted to see it. Because erotica leaves a bigger margin for sexual daydreaming, women and non-binary people can reclaim their sexuality through resources like Do You. In creating the app, Safir and Chamorro looked to studies indicating that women respond better to erotica than graphic sexual imageryespecially compared to men. We didn't want to be prescriptive in terms of what may look or sound sexy to someone," Safir says.
This also creates a more diversity-friendly experience, which was a priority for us. Along with delivering interactive erotica, Do You also publishes articles about a of sex topics, personal essays from women and non-binary people about gender and sexuality, and certified therapist Rachel Klechevsky's "Ask A Sex Therapist" serieswhere she answers user-submitted questions. Maybe you'll stick to your favorite porn or sexting buddies as your masturbation inspiration, and that's great!
But if you're looking for a way to shake up your solo-sex routine, know that erotica can definitely be an option if you want to stimulate your body and your imagination. And maybe even engage in a little sexual exploration along the way.
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