Reasons why Book II is Harder Than Book I

Being aware that my mother is going to read it and she won’t be able to avoid noticing that there’s sex.

I’m all for the parent/child agreement where we acknowledge the hypothesis that the other party has, at some point, engaged in carnal activity.  However, that hypothesis should never be tested to the point of confirmation.  It isn’t even like any of this is taken from my real-life experience.  The fact that I know what a penis is is damning enough.

Argh.

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Reasons why Book II is Harder Than Book I

2 thoughts on “Reasons why Book II is Harder Than Book I

  1. Entrope,

    I disagree…….maybe it is different for a guy, but the footing in my relationship with my parents changed when I got into my 20’s and things became less veiled. Besides, you write sex in an open enough way that whoever reads it can adjust it to their palate (for the most part).

    RidicuRyder

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