Enjoy reading sex stories, or would you like to try erotic fiction to spice up your relationship?

Sex stories are also known as erotic fiction, erotica, or adult fiction.

"Erotic fiction is stories written about the development of a romantic relationship through sexual interaction," says Jessica. "The sex is an inherent part of the story, character growth, and relationship development, and couldn’t be removed without damaging the storyline."

While porn for women can be incredibly empowering and make you feel good, erotic fiction shouldn't be confused with porn. 

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"Erotic fiction is different from porn which are stories or scenes written for the sole purpose of sexual gratification," says Jessica. "Plot, character development, and romance are not primary to the stories often portrayed in porn."

"While sex does play a key role in erotica, the sex itself is secondary to the development of the characters and plot," says Jessica. "A good erotica writer knows that, no matter how great the sex is, there still needs to be a good, solid story if one wants to hold a reader’s interest."


Feel yourself getting hot and steamy when reading (or even thinking) about sex stories? Then you're perfectly normal. Erotica has been scientifically proven to increase women's sex drive.

"According to a scientific study by researcher Harold Leitenberg of The Journal of Sex Research, women who read romance or erotic novels have 74% more sex with their partners than those who don't," says Jessica.

"This, Dr. Leitenberg says, is because women fantasize more frequently and have more intense and realistic sexual fantasies when they read suggestive content," explains Jessica. "He concludes that not only were women readers having more sex, but they were also having better sex because they and their partners were more adventurous and playful."

Sex stories can also help women experiment with female masturbation and find out what turns them on and off, discovering what they might like to role-play with a partner.  


If you've always been a little shy about reading sex stories, you might be surprised to know they're actually incredibly popular and often outsell other fiction staples. 

"Erotic fiction has never been more popular," says erotic fiction author Jessica Leoni, sex and relationship expert with dating site "Romance publisher Mills & Boon reports that erotic fiction outsells sci-fi, mystery, and literary novels, with a readership that is 84% female."