Erotic Bishops and Sex-Positive Drag Queens, All in Praise of Love, Baby

Jinkx Monsoon (taken from the amazing JinkxMonsoon.com)

Jinkx Monsoon (taken from the amazing JinkxMonsoon.com)

We’re all about love, at Go Deeper Press. This shouldn’t be any surprise, of course, seeing as we’re an erotic press. What isn’t loving about erotic connection, erotic love and erotic self-love?

In fact, we even have mermaids to prove it.

Now, I told you that to tell you this: See, in our erotic collection As the Bishop Said to the Actress, the Bishop of Hunwich suddenly finds, for the first time in his life, that he is continually horny. And nothing he can do will abate his desires. I hope the following erotic excerpt from my story “Compassion’s Seed” shows what sexual fear and desperation can cause — but fear not!  Our Bishop of Hunwich has some erotic self-love on its way, administered by a most unexpected hand….

This excerpt is explicit and intended for adult readers only.

It was the same throughout the day, during his bishop’s duties. In both his round-table meetings, he grew hard beneath the table as he imagined sliding his cock into the mouths of each clergyman who spoke against gay love with a destructive certainty. The bishop was meant to be against gay marriage, not to mention gay ordination, but in this state of hardness, how could he criticize sexuality at all? Actually, he could fuck a man right now. Yes, he mused. Anyone would do. Sex made you vulnerable. That much was clear. And how did people cope with this constant longing? It made you feel naked, terrified, alone.

Once again, only the coldest cold could quell his desire—a handful of water from the lavatory itself, dispensed with a groan that fell to tears. He buried his face in his hands as his cock grew limp beneath him and sobbed quietly into his fingers. “Oh, Lord,” he whispered, “are you telling me to leave the church? Am I no longer worthy?” But no sooner had he asked this painful question that he found himself hard once again, his sex gleaming with excitement. The more he stared down, the more he saw himself grow, and the hornier he felt. To watch his cock growing beneath his waiting hands was captivating. Once again, he administered cold water. Once again, he questioned his faith.

And of course, you can find out how the bishop overcomes his sexual shame and achieves erotic heights by buying As the Bishop Said to the Actress: The Good Book of Erotic Stories for a mere 99 cents.

We’re also MAJORLY excited that super-talented drag queen Jinkx Monsoon won the crown on RuPaul’s Drag Race this season. Jinkx has shown that she is all about being herself, in spite of what a couple of her rival drag queens might say, and her outfits, which are enticing and original, really speak to that. Well, Jinkx is an activist, too, and is all about fighting for gay marriage across the country. (Yay Delaware, by the way!) Bravo to that!

Extra praise to RuPaul comes from yours truly. When Monica Beverly-Hills broke down on stage, saying that she wasn’t just a drag queen, but also a transgender woman, she touched a whole audience quite deeply. Of course, Ru reassured her, in wonder-Ru style. Well, recently, on the finale of Drag Race, Ru asked Monica what the difference was between being a drag queen and being a transgendered woman. Monica replied that one is who she is, and the other is what she does.  To which Ru added that there are no gender requirements when you apply to go on Drag Race. Ru embraces us all.

And let’s not forget our deep, deep love for both Lady Dragonfly and Go Deeper’s own V.C., both of whom sing the praises of Femme Fatale: Erotic Tales of Dangerous Women.  V.C. also has new novels coming out (big woohoo from us!) and she and I are doing a review swap.  What could be more fun?  And talented Lady Dragonfly (have you read her gorgeous erotica? Delicious!) spreads the word about our erotic Mermaids — how generous, how lovely!

Lastly, seeing as we’re all love-love-love, we’ll finish with a story from Paulo Coelho’s blog. It doesn’t even touch on sex, but it has everything to do with love.  And that suits us beautifully.

Enjoy.

3 thoughts on “Erotic Bishops and Sex-Positive Drag Queens, All in Praise of Love, Baby

  1. V.C. says:

    I loved Monica’s quote as well: “Drag is what I do, trans is what I am.” I mean, you can’t get more straightforward, simple, and truthful as that! With all the confusion people put into the drag versus trans debate, Monica’s definition basically sums things up succinctly. I’m glad I’ve met her, she’s such a sweetheart, a tough cookie, but so smart, determined, talented, and such a bright future. I love how despite a lot of the drama on RPDR, out of it comes a lot of sex-positive queens that is really needed on TV. Great post as usual, Lana! xoxo

    • Lana Fox says:

      V.C., that is so well said. (When you say you’ve met Monica, do you mean face-to-face? If so, that is surely fame and please let us know about it!) I love that Monica says it so elegantly and simply. It isn’t really complicated, is it? It’s just about being ourselves. Ru gets that, as do Monica and Jinkx, and so many others. Let’s hear it for the queens! Thanks, as always, for your *gold*, V.C. xoxo

      • V.C. says:

        Yes, I met Monica in person face to face! This was before this season of RPDR aired and before I knew she was transgendered. I loved her performance, gave her a hug, we talked a lil bit, and I left happy. She’s a total sweety with a heart of gold really :). Yes, Monica’s definition was so nice and simple. I do think people over-analyze or misconstrue drag and trans, which is quite irritating, because it really isn’t as complicated as it should be lol. Carmen Carerra from RPDR Season 3 also represents the trans community very well too. Love her!

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