LOS ANGELES—We have been around long enough to take it for granted that humans will to act out (and then record) every conceivable sexual configuration that one can imagine, but we have yet to meet anyone whose obsession involved sex with extinct species… until now. Dinosaur porn may be a niche we never saw coming, but it’s definitely here, as we learned the other day from Jezebel’s Group Think. It seems it’s not only a new oeuvre in the adult fiction marketplace… but an actual trend!
The site provides a tantalizing taste of the sort of fiction one finds in these short (20 page) novellas by Christie Sims and Alara Branwen, including a selection from one enticingly titled In the Velociraptor’s Nest, a part of which we reprint here:
A reptilian tongue, stiff and hot, dashed out to lick at the tender, naked flesh so suddenly exposed. Azog gasped at the touch, then gradually relaxed as her body warmed to the intoxicating sensation of the beast's flesh against her own.
She wasn't sure if her sudden arousal was because of her earlier thwarted climax in the cool stream, or if she was just desperate for one last pleasant sensation before being torn limb from limb by the great, scaly beast. Either way, Azog relished the rasp of its tongue, hot and rough, on her sensitive skin.
According to the Daily Mail, “The books, which are available to buy on Amazon, state in their seller description: ’Warning: This is a tale of beast sex. This story was written to unlock your darkest fantasies and innermost desires. It is not for the faint of heart and is not your mother's erotica.’”
Beast sex is right, but does it then rightly fall into the “beastiality” category if the beasts no longer stalk the earth? Do normal taboos still apply if the fantasy is as far-fetched as this sub-category of fantasy beast sex surely is? Should we think of it as similar to alien sex, which of course could involve any manner of species-mixing?
Cutting to the chase, will MasterCard/Visa have any issues approving sales of Dinosaur Porn? As far as “adult fiction” of the literary sort goes, apparently not, but let’s see what happens when Taken by the T-Rex comes to a big (or small) screen near you.