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The psychology of ENF literature: what it reveals about human sexuality and desire

Erotic fiction, especially ENF (Embarrassed Nude Female) literature, is often dismissed as pornographic material. Yet they offer more than just sexual gratification. ENF narratives deal with the complex interplay of human sexuality, power dynamics and shame. In this blog post, we explore the psychology behind ENF literature and what it can reveal about our deepest … Continue reading The psychology of ENF literature: what it reveals about human sexuality and desire

Mixed-Gender Showers: Integration vs. Privacy

The growing trend of mixed-gender shower facilities at U.S. colleges and universities has become a topic of debate among students. While some see it as an inclusive measure, others believe it fails to address privacy and safety concerns. According to a recent 2021 National College Health Assessment survey, 14% of U.S. colleges and universities have … Continue reading Mixed-Gender Showers: Integration vs. Privacy

Crafting Believable Characters in ENF Literature

In the world of erotic storytelling, creating a believable character is essential for drawing your readers in and keeping them engaged in your narrative. When it comes to ENF (Embarrassed Nude Female) stories, crafting a sympathetic and relatable character is even more crucial. But where do you begin? In this blog post, we’ll guide you … Continue reading Crafting Believable Characters in ENF Literature

Enhancing the Eroticism with Visual Symbols

ENF (embarrassed naked female) writing is a subgenre of erotica that focuses on themes of nudity, embarrassment, and vulnerability. While this subgenre can be quite intense and powerful, it can sometimes be difficult to effectively convey the emotions and feelings of a scene without relying on overused clich├ęs or bland descriptions. One way to enhance … Continue reading Enhancing the Eroticism with Visual Symbols

The Presentation of the Self in Everyday Life – Erving Goffman about Staging and Body Shame

The human body is a complex and multifaceted structure, filled with both beauty and shame. Sociologist Erving Goffman explored this dichotomy of the body in his seminal work, “The Presentation of Self in Every-day Life”. In this blog post, we will explore Goffman’s ideas about the presentation of the body and their relevance to the … Continue reading The Presentation of the Self in Everyday Life – Erving Goffman about Staging and Body Shame

Sandra Manther: Trust Walk

While in the German edition The second volume of the Gamma-Xi-Delta series was called “Blind Walk“, I have chosen the somewhat more precise term “Trust Walk” for the English version. Because I found out that for this kind of group dynamic exercise in America the term “Trust Walk” is more common. Since I use the … Continue reading Sandra Manther: Trust Walk

Marc Manther: Isabell’s Casting

This time it took a little longer until a new story of mine appeared. The reason: I was working on the conception of my first book series. Therefore I intensively dealt with the genre ENF (Embarrassed nude female). If you read this blog regularly, you know the first results of my reflections on the genre. … Continue reading Marc Manther: Isabell’s Casting