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Science fiction has long strained the boundaries of our imaginations. Throw in some erotica and literally anything is possible. These Classic Science Fiction Erotic novels might be older, but the stories still excite and amuse.
Circlet Press is a publishing house in Cambridgein the U. It was founded by Cecilia Tanwho is also its manager. It specializes in science fiction eroticaa once uncommon genre, and its publications often feature BDSM themes.
And, Sci Fi was definitely oriented toward a male auidence. However, in the last several decades Sci Fi has evloved and it has embraced the possibilities speculative fiction offers. Meaning authors of Sci Fi can, and do, create new cultures with imagined genders, different sexual relationships, different social structures surrounding sex, and even completely different sexual acts.
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In fact, erotic science fiction is a niche market. Usually, science fiction gets filled with commentary about our current world, with humanity living in a futuristic universe or alternate history. The authors typically point out the flaws of our society through the lens of a different space-time existence. A core need of humanity both emotionally and physically is sexual satisfaction.
Some of the stories can get pretty blue. I decided to round up a trio of erotic sci-fi novels. Octavia Butler, one of the most celebrated female sci-fi writers living today, plays with the idea of colonization, slavery, and forced relocation.