Where can you write adult content without offending others?
Your own website is a good place for adult content. It depends how 'adult' you mean though so check with the hosting company first before you decide where to host your site. As for offending others, that's always a risk no matter what we write. Books like Catcher in the Rye and To Kill a Mockingbird have both been banned at various times
Thanks for your input SilverGenes. I'm actually hoping to find an anonymous spot to blog. The postings could get quite racy and I don't think most sites would allow it. I'm not too keen on the idea of a stand alone site because I'm hoping for real traffic and input. I'm sure someone out there can point me to the right home for this project.
There is a blog hosting site for adult content called sensualwriter.com. I don't know much about them, but you might want to check them out.
I'm not sure they have much of a community over there as they do here. You may want to consider posting some preview stories here and than link to your racier stories to drive some traffic.
If you don't want to offend anyone then write it in a book and keep it to yourself.
If different people can read it there will be people who get offended.
I think the term 'adult content' is subjective; some people feel that even mentioning private body parts should be deemed 'adult content' perhaps if you were looking at a HubPage, you might be better avoiding anything that is slightly questionable.
Having said all that I do believe that it is possible to be creative when writing adult content to minimize offending readers but you'll never please all the people, all the time!
I would dabble in a few stand alone blogs and create some test pages if it was me.
I assume that if you searched for adult forums - you'd find plenty of places.
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