If the Cock’s Small, Love It!

Let’s hear it for the small cock!  No, really, let’s.  Because I’ve been singing its praises of late.  In fact, my partner and I have been having a rollicking time with a dildo that we ordered a while back — one we didn’t expect to be quite as small as it is.  We almost returned it as soon as the parcel arrived because it wasn’t what we had envisioned, but  one thing led to another and we decided to give it a shot.  Turns out, this tiny cock is now one of our favorite toys.  After all, you can take most or all of a little dildo into your mouth, or can wear it beneath a pair of panties in order to tease a lover.  And that’s just for starters!

Truth be told, I’ve always been against the whole “hugeness” bias, and my partner feels exactly the same.  Maybe that’s why my story in Femme Fatale: Erotic Tales of Dangerous Women makes a small penis as sexy as can be.  Because as many of us know, a small cock can be a wonderful thing.

I suppose my greatest sadness about sexual size-ism is the fact that our differences are ultimately our riches.  Sure, as a sexual partner, you might not suit a lover who has a certain-sized cock — or they might not suit you — but society’s bias makes it harder for us to imagine all the different ways in which small (or large or any sized) cocks and cunts might enrich our sexcapades.  The truth is that any part of the human body can be beautiful and enticing whatever our size.  (In fact, if you’d like to try a tiny dildo yourself, the smaller of the Charm Silicone dildos is a fabulous place to start).

As an editor at Go Deeper Press, we are always on the lookout for hot, erotic fiction that includes characters of all different sizes, and Femme Fatale reflects this desire.  What we don’t want is a collection that only features a certain kind of body type…genitals included.

Lana Fox

Lana Fox is a co-founder and Senior Editor at Go Deeper Press (www.godeeperpress.com) -- a publisher of erotica for the brain and the brawn. She has been an online sex columnist and blogger for Boston Magazine and the Nervous Breakdown, among others. Her erotica appears in numerous collections, including "Best Bondage Erotica 2012." Her nonfiction sex self-help book is represented by the Sarah Jane Freymann Literary Agency, and her erotic novel, "Confessions of a Kinky Divorcee," is due to be published by Harper Collins’ Mischief (www.mischiefbooks.com) in 2013. Find her at: www.lanafox.com

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