Erotica is any work of art, including literature, that involves sexually stimulating or erotically arousing details as a primary feature of the work. Though the distinction might seem blurred in modern works, erotica traditionally contains more sexually explicit details than romance novels. Erotica typically aspires to a higher-art status, separating it from commercial pornographic works. Written erotica is also known as erotic literature. A number of erotic genres fit within the erotica moniker. Although these may also appear in commercial pornography, erotica strives to avoid the sometimes degrading or exploitative themes more commonly found in pornographic material. Writers of erotic literature have many themes to use as a starting point for stories—and trends are always emerging with different genres becoming more or less popular at any given time.
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By Margot Peppers. One might imagine that the typical erotica writer is a confident, whip-wielding dominatrix. But a new photo series has revealed this assumption to be anything but the case. Photographer David Woolfall's Kinky Books project delves into the very ordinary lives of the women responsible for writing some of the most sexually explicit literature around. He found that many of the women are overwhelmingly shy, with some working low-key jobs as librarians, accounts managers, nurses and stay-at-home mothers.