Do the author's preferred pronouns matter when reading erotica?
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I don't think the author's gender identifier matters. I think what matters is what's on the printed page. If I think it's hot, desirable, and something that appeals to me I really don't care about which pronouns the author prefers, I do however care about their writing skills.
There is no generic connection formula to leads to people being in bed together, having a need for a St. Andews Cross, or a paddle. Each of those is has it's own audience. Those not of that persuasion might find it difficult to write for that persuasion.
Is that true when a straight person writes GLBT erotica? Or the other way around...someone in the GLBT community writing straight erotica?
Personally, I think the GLBT community has been writing straight erotica for a very long time. The reverse perhaps not.
What are your thoughts?