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Skip to main content Nick Scipio. Something went wrong. Please try your request again later. I started writing erotica a long time ago, before I was even old enough to legally read the kind of stories I was writing. Lucky for me, my parents weren't members of the Moral Majority--far from it, actually--so no one called the thought police.
I have removed the third paragraph of the section on internet erotica, because it consisted almost entirely of opinion-based criticism of internet erotica, containing next to no objective information. I must disagree with the suggestion that Erotic literature be merged with Erotic Fiction. After all, not all literature is fiction; nor is all fiction literature. I've removed the spam links put up by Cpappas several times now. I'm not all that opposed to the links and information, but it's being presented as pure spam links and that's not what Wiki is for.