Say Please Virtual Blog Tour

Sinclair Sexsmith recently released an incredible anthology of erotica. Say Please: Lesbian BDSM Erotica is ready to fulfill your deepest desires for discipline and surrender, domination and submission, and the heightened sensations of BDSM play. Order your copy from Amazon here, and keep up with the Say Please blog.

Reading this anthology is thrilling, and each story has different flavors to satisfy everyone. I loved the story “Spoiled” by Shawna Elizabeth for its focus on spoiling one’s girlfriend followed by punishment for unknown misdeeds. The story by Sinclair Sexsmith, “Not Without Permission”, is one of my favorites as well, for the sexy power-play told from the perspective of the top. I also loved “Baseball Cap” by Miriam Zoila Pérez, for the reward of hot BDSM sex with strap-on play.

I recently interviewed Miriam Zoila Pérez, the author of “Baseball Cap”, the opening story in Say Please. Miriam is also a prolific blogger about the reproductive justice movement as well as serving as an editor of for four years. Learn more about Miriam here.

Sex Positive: How did you get started writing erotica?
Miriam Zoila Pérez: This is actually the first piece of erotica I’ve ever written. I was inspired by real life experiences, and by Sinclair’s call for submissions.

SP: What about writing BDSM erotica appeals to you?
MZP: I like the potential of erotica to make visible the invisible, to give voice to those experiences and identities that get no airtime in mainstream discussions of sexuality. I remember when I was coming out, queer erotica was really important to me—it taught me what my sex life could look like, and opened up a whole new world.

SP: What has been the response from others about writing erotica?
MZP: Since I chose not to use a pen name, it’s been kind of an odd experience having this piece out there. I do a lot of other writing, but that is explicitly political and non-fictional, a really different ball game. I haven’t advertised this essay the way I have my others because it feels like a different genre and audience.

The blog tour continues through May 2. Check out these amazing blogs!
April 17 Lula Lisbon
April 18 Ali Oh
April 19 Jameson
April 21 Charlie Ninja
April 22 Say Please release party in Boston
April 22 Meredith Guy
April 23 Wendi Kali
April 24 Lolita Wolf
April 25 Audrey at Babeland
April 26 Seth B
April 27 Danika
April 28 DL King
April 29 Kiki
April 30 Dilo Keith
April 30 Xan West
May 2 Say Please release party in Seattle

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