"If the First Amendment means anything, it means that a state has no
business telling a man, sitting alone in his own house, what books he may
read or what films he may watch."
Justice Thurgood Marshall
"The Constitution protects the right to receive information and ideas,
regardless of their social worth, and to be generally free from governmental
intrusions into one's privacy and control of one's thoughts."
U.S. Supreme Court, in unanimous decision Stanley v. Georgia
(Apologies in advance for the length, but in the society we're stuck with, these stories need a larger disclaimer than bland-vanilla junk. Most of this should go without saying. Some of it is important to say.)
"Censorship reflects society's lack of confidence in itself. It is a
hallmark of an authoritative regime."
Justice Potter Stewart
"I have sworn upon the altar of god eternal hostility toward every
form of tyrrany over the mind of man."
Thomas Jefferson (emphasis mine)
If you're under three years old, or even if you're not, and you're able to read these words, hurray! More power to you, read on, and don't let any stupid prig tell you that you're not allowed to read a story until you've attained some stupid arbitrary age that changes from country to country, and year to year. But if you're under the stupid arbitrary age for your location at the particular time you read this, keep quiet about it. No one else has any right to know, nor to cause you any trouble for it.
The author does not condone abuse of any person, by any other person, regardless of the ages, genders, heritage, or political or biological relationships between any of the persons involved. By 'abuse' the author means any sort of activity done against the will or without the knowledge of any participant directly involved. This includes, but is not limited to:
Any person guilty of abuse under this definition should be arrested to prevent such abuse. Unfortunately, there aren't enough jail cells to hold all the assholes who are guilty of one or more of those five things (but mostly the fifth).
"The rock on which liberty stands is freedom of expression. ... The giving
and receiving of information, speculation, criticism, fantasy, the
exchange within the entire range of our intellectual capacities, is
the freedom that brings the others into being."
Ian McEwan (emphasis mine)
Fantasies are fantasies, and are not real life. Many of the characters in these stories are cruel, evil, and immoral. Nobody should act that way in real life, nor tolerate anyone else acting that way in real life. Nor should anyone object, in real life, to anyone else's fantasies.
"There is no such thing as a moral or an immoral book. Books are well
written or badly written. That is all."
"The fact that society may find speech offensive is not a sufficient reason
for suppressing it."
My stories usually have: bondage, forced nudity, humiliation, and spanking. They often, but more rarely, include torture and/or rape. My stories always involve girls age 4 to 12 who are usually, but not always, naked, humiliated, helpless, terrified, crying, and either screaming or gagged. Not every chapter will have every one of these plot elements, of course.
"If there is any principle of the Constitution that more imperatively calls
for attachment than any other it is the principle of free thought -- not
free thought for those who agree with us, but freedom of the thought that we
Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.
I've written a few 'nice' stories, but if you don't like the 'nasty' kind, don't read them (is that so hard?) or blame yourself for any distress you experience. All of my stories have numerous labels and warnings to help people avoid them who would not like them.
"The only freedom which counts is the freedom to do what some other people
think to be wrong."
Lord Chief Justice Halisham
My stories almost never have gay or lesbian interaction, grossness, anal, blood, scat, injury, gore, or snuff, since I dislike those things in any story (in approximate order of intensity). If you require those things, you'll have to look elsewhere. I have absolutely no objections to any other authors including those things in their stories, I just don't because I don't want them in mine.
"There is no impression of life, no manner of seeing it and feeling it, to
which the plan of the novelist may not offer a place."
Henry James, The Art of Fiction
"As writers and artists, we cannot stand quietly by as we watch our fellow
writers and journalists pressed into silence or risking prosecution and
often drastic punishment for the mere act of communicating their thoughts."
Salman Rushdie plus over 200 writers from around the world (who have all felt secure enough to publish under their real names)
All of these stories are fantasy, and in a lifetime of reading and writing stories like this, I have never hurt any real person, nor would I tolerate anyone else doing so. Enjoying fantasies like this does not and need not make you a monster in real life, as long as you understand that real people are not to be treated this way. If these fantasies might cause you to do anything like this in real life, then do not read my stories, or anyone else's stories, and don't watch TV or movies. To everyone else who likes this sort of fantasy, feel free to enjoy them!
"I believe the best way to examine anything is to go to a dark place. You
can't be a storyteller and a speechwriter at the same time."
"The storyteller lives in a dark place. The storyteller lives in the urges
that people don't want to talk about. He lives in sex and violence. ... If
I can't see with a predator's eye, then I'm not going to be able to write...
I have this dual existence where ... I'm the girl running through the woods
and I'm the thing chasing her. ... If I want to write a fantasy, if it's a
sex fantasy, is that all right or does that just make me this terrible
predatory thing? ... One of the best things that can happen to a person is
when they realize that they're not alone. They have a certain obsession,
perversion, whatever it is, that that's not what makes a
"Enjoying fantasies like this does not and need not make you a
monster in real life, as long as you understand that real people are not to
be treated this way."
Georgie Porgie (before ever seeing the preceeding quote).
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"Let men read, and let men dance; these two amusements will never do any
harm to the world."
Georgie Porgie, pudding and pie,
kissed the girls and made them cry.
When the boys came out to play,
Georgie Porgie ran away.