Wicked Wednesday: Juniper’s Adventures 31

This is episode 8 of the series that evolved and expanded to become that very erotic and engrossing ebook, Jennifer’s Pleats and Pleas 3: Trying to be a Good Girl.

In this episode, it is the next day, and Jennifer has returned to Will’s office as instructed.  Jennifer agrees to undertake extra work and closer tuition. But there is another matter to be dealt with. Jennifer has been flashing senior boys, and it’s time, Will announces, that they deal with that. Jennifer removes her skirt, not entirely unhappy with her immediate prospects.

I’ve had to remove the actual text, because this excellent and very sexy book has been published and is being submitted for sale at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Apple Books, 24symbols, Angus and Robinson, tolino, Rakuten Kobo and Vivlio.

I’ll give you a link to a page that will take you to your favoured on-line bookseller, or allow you to choose one, very soon.

9 thoughts on “Wicked Wednesday: Juniper’s Adventures 31

  1. Fiction is and should be, free of angst for the writer. Amoral characters are more common in erotica than mainstream fiction, because fantasy is easily recognized as such by the tone of the story. Being comfortable with a despicable character does not me that the author is one and the same. To draw a close parallel, murder mysteries are extremely popular, but don’t carry the visceral punch of true crime. The best fiction should make the reader at least slightly uncomfortable.

  2. Thanks for your thoughtful comment.

    I suppose I’m still a bit conflicted. I don’t think there’s ever likely to be a book called, “Hottest 100 Women’s Rape Fantasies”, because although it’s true that some women fantasize about rape, it’s still a topic where only an asshole would want to put out a book that could be seen as confirming the “they all want it/deserve it” discourse.

    True, the content of the rape fantasies that I’ve been told is very different from the sordid reality of rapes that actually take place in the real world. “Relentlessly sexy man doesn’t take no for an answer, delivers long, multi-orgasmic sexual experience” is not quite what life delivers, in terms of forced sex.

    So a rape fantasy is not really about actual real-world rape at all.

    And, if Maddie fucks her headmaster, that would be rape even though she’s utterly keen and even though she’s over the legal age of consent, because the headmaster is in a position of authority over her. There are good reasons why that headmaster (well, both of them; there are two headmasters in the Jennifer/Maddie saga) belongs in jail.

    I’ve relaxed about writing this story, because it is obviously a sexual fantasy. I don’t think there are any schools, at least in developed countries, where headmasters get to strip their students naked and handle their bodies without supervision. So I can’t be seen to be defending some iniquity that actually exists.

    And I’m confident that no one could read this story and think, “Oh yes! Corporal punishment in schools was a really good idea. Let’s bring it back!” Or, in the case of several American States, “let’s keep it!”

    My story is pornography, as I understand the word, meaning that its principle literary aim is to give the reader reasons to come, while reading it. I think it’s pretty hot, and as a genre exercise it’s quite a good one.

    I’ve got another reservation, though. Though it’s not an objection to this story, but only to the idea that we shouldn’t try to do better than this story. That is, erotic writing is a genre, just like murder mysteries and science fiction. But everyone knows and acknowledges that murder mystery and science fiction novels and stories are often important literature, where the writing rises to a kind of poetry, and the vision of human behaviour is as revelatory and profound as anything in so-called mainstream literature.

    Critics usually say that those novels and stories have “transcended their genre”, which I think is a bullshit kind of praise, as if working in a genre stops you from writing and thinking well.

    I guess my issue is any idea that because it’s erotic writing it doesn’t need to be anything more than that. This Wicked Wednesday saga isn’t anything more than that: it’s just a hot fantasy, and I’m now enjoying writing it for what it is. But I’d hope to stay in this genre (because what’s more important and interesting than sex?), but to be writing about people, as revealed by their sex lives, because it’s such a rich field for writing.

    Critical respect for erotic writing may be a long time coming, but they’ll eventually catch up.

    Sorry if this is a confused and inconclusive response. My thinking on this is still confused and inconclusive, so that’s all I got.

    But thank you for your supportive comment!

  3. The strange thing with reading this is that it makes me feel uncomfortable, because I know what is happening here is not ethical, but since you haven’t mentioned her age, I am ‘okay’ with the story. I have read another story where someone mentioned that the girl was 14 and I just couldn’t get into the story because I kept on thinking that she’s only 14. This should not have bothered me, as by the time I was 14 I had been felt up by quite a couple of boys, but still it bothered me. I couldn’t properly explain why and had been accused of being a hypocrite. I’m still thinking about a reaction…

    That said, I do enjoy this story!

    Rebel xox

    • I did mention Maddie’s 18, so she would be able to choose whether or not to have sex in most jurisdictions around the world. The headmaster I haven’t described, or even given a name, because he’s seen only through Maddie’s eyes. But I think of him as being in his early 30s.

      That makes sense, I think, because Maddie can find him old enough to be attractively knowledgable in the ways of the world, while still being young enough to be fuckable. So if he wasn’t the headmaster of Maddie’s school, it’d be perfectly legal for them to meet and fuck.

      The ethical problem is that he’s supposed to be responsible for her education, and he needs to be objective; and that he’s got a position of authority over her which is going to influence her decisions.

      That said, it’s clear that within the ethics of this fictional world it’s consensual. Maddie loves what’s happening and enthusiastically wants more. And in Sexual Utopia, she should be allowed to have what she wants.

      In the world we live in, I don’t think people should change the rules to allow teacher/student sex to get any easier, though the policing of it in universities should probably relax a little. For various reasons for another discussion.

      What I think is a shame is the way our culture is panicking about same-generation sex, that is, between class-mates at high school, where people 13-18, say, are starting to explore and seek experience with each other. My attitude there is that that exploration is necessary and natural, and adults should just stay out of it as much as they can. Basically the adult role is to give information, especially on consent but also on pleasure. Intervention in specific cases should be reserved for where there are indications of harm.

      I don’t think two 14 year olds doing sexual stuff with each other is harmful. My oldest brother got caught having sex with a local girl when they were both 14. The two sets of parents discussed it, and decided that (beyond issuing and insisting on condoms from then on), the two kids involved were both good, fairly sensible kids, and so long as they did their homework, etc, and were discreet, there wasn’t really a problem. They stayed together for about 10 years, and are still friends. My previous girlfriend had consensual sex even younger, and remembers the guy with considerable affection. So early sexual experience is not necessarily tragic.

      I certainly don’t see any contradiction between having done sexual exploration younger than strictly legal, and being vehemently opposed to adults getting involved in that exploration.

      It comes down to power imbalance, mostly. Though I also think that any adult man who wants to fuck a 14year old girl is probably very immature, or a little too specific in his sexual tastes, and should be kept well away from 14 year old girls. For most men, I hope, just being on the train with them and listening to them talk is enough to make one desire very strongly not to have to engage with them.

      (I say that with respect for 14-year old girls, who are going through all sorts of shit. But ye cats, their interests are not my interests. I don’t care if Cody was staring at Charmaine’s tits in Science class, though the girls want the whole damn train to know.)

      But Maddie is 18, and would generally be considered to know her own mind. What’s happening in my story would be wrong in the real world not so much because of their respective ages, but because the older man has institutional power behind him.

      Anyway, it’s complex as hell!

      And I’m glad you’re enjoying the story!

  4. I have been enjoying this story too although yes there have been moments when I have felt uncomfortable about the Headmaster abusing his position but mainly I have read it assuming that what is being presented is not exactly what we think it is and that it is in fact adults role playing this situation.


  5. Yes. It’s more like a role-play involving adults, than anything real on our planet.

    I don’t think it’ll end with it being a role play, overtly, or “it was all a dream”.

    But it certainly isn’t real. And Maddie is telling this story to please and inform her lover, so it can be enjoyed but also taken with a grain or two of salt.

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