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6 Of The Most Scandalous Sexy Novels In History

by Jekaterina Gussarova August 01, 2022 4 min read

6 Of The Most Scandalous Sexy Novels In History

6 Of The Most Scandalous Sexy Novels In History

Sext writings containing vanilla and kinky sex scenes have been around for centuries to sexually stimulate the readers. Despite being steamy, most of them have ended up joining lists of banned novels for passing obscene content to more conservative communities. This blog rounds up six such books from great erotica writers who flirt, seduce, and try to stimulate their readers in their novels.

Over the years, many steamy historical romance novels have been published and given to the audience without causing a stir. Lucky ones drew attention and made a lot of money from sales or being adopted in films. Before television and movies dethroned literature as popular entertainment, novels had many scandals fueled by sexually titillating content, including books focusing on teenage sex and orgies. Publication of erotica was considered as planting an unacceptable moral fibre in society.  Following the strict laws on sexed writings in the U.S.A., erotica writers were forced to release their books in France or Italy, where the law was not against English-language books. Despite the bans, sexy novels still live on today. You can check the following six samples for historical value and sex bits that can definitely leave you and your lover in each other’s pants.

Ulysses by James Joyce.

Ulysses is James Joyce’s modernist masterpiece that was serialized from 1918 to 1920. The novel was published in Paris in 1922, on the Irish Writer’s 40th birthday. Ulysses is among the sex novels that lived on despite facing obscenity trials. After the U.S. and U.K. censors matched Virginia Wolf’s assessment of Ulysses, the novel was banned for obscene content. Typically, the novel focuses on a promising young writer, salesman, and wife. The film's sex part is a turn-on that welcomes you to the diverse romantic world. If you want to expand your erotic horizons, this is among the erotica to read.

Fifty Shades of Grey by E.L. James.

Fifty shades are erotic romance novels by E.L James. The first sexy novel in James' trilogy is Fifty Shades of Grey (2011). The other two, Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed, were published in 2012. The series centres on the relationship between Christian Grey, a successful young businessman, and Anastasia Steele, a college graduate. The relationship between the two views sex in a different perspective to the point of agreeing to make a bondage agreement. As a result, they decide to use explorative and experimental ways to satisfy their kinky desires. If you and your lover are looking into joining the BDSM world, the Fifty Shades sexy novel series can give you tips for getting started.

Lady Chatterley’s Lover By D.H Lawrence.

Lady Chatterley’s Lover is a novel by D.H. Lawrence, an English writer, first published in 1928 and 1929. Reports indicate the novel was influenced by Laurence’s unhappy domestic life. An expurgated edition was banned in the U.S.A. and U.K. for containing anal sex scenes until 1960. Other countries that banned the novel for obscenity include Canada, Japan, India, and Australia. Soon after its release, the book became notorious for portraying extramarital sex. What's more, the large source of inspiration for the novel's settings was Nottinghamshire, his hometown.  Despite the uproar, this novel might be useful today, given the large numbers trying anal sex. Anal sex is receiving wide acclaim, unlike in the past due to the physical and mental health benefits it brings. Like vaginal sex, it also provides a good feeling that results in increased production and sale of backdoor sex toys, including butt plugs, prostate stimulators, anal douches and enemas, anal beads, and sex lubricants. The novel's bad reputation should not be a big deal to you, especially If you always feel great during anal penetration by your lover or dildos.

Fanny Hill by John Cleland.

Fanny hill is a scandalous and sexually titillating novel by John Cleland.  Also known as the Memoirs Of a Woman Of Pleasure, Fanny Hill was published in 1748.  John wrote this two-volume book while in the debtor's prison. The novel's salacious scenes focus more on masturbation, lesbian hookups, voyeurism, and anal sex.  Almost every content in the novel is practised in the 21st century.  Reading this book with a bottle of sex lube or masturbators can result in stimulating experiments that may add pleasure to your sex life.  From the beginning to the end of this novel, you can learn endless possibilities that encourage inventive sex for every gender.

Tropic of Cancer by Henry Miller.

Henry Miller's 1934 novel Tropic of Cancer has intense dirty talk that can make you blush.  Following Miller's dirty language, the novel faced an obscenity trial that ended in the supreme court. Miller’s choice of words shows the erotica writer was deeply into oral sex. Today, couples are mixing up things in their sexual life to experiment with new stimulation and achieve orgasmic satisfaction. Among the forms of intimacy, they cling onto include anal, vaginal, and oral sex.  Indulging in these types of sex has been made easier with the availability of sex toys.  For oral sex, in particular, there are clit stimulators that offer lifelike oral sex experiences.  Men are also not left out in this, as seen with the availability of blow job stimulators that get the job done like humans. Millers’ words can be used to tease your woman before turning your tongue on their clitoris or anus.

The Country Girls by Edna O’Brien.

The Country Girls was Edna O’Brien’s debut novel that was steamy and critically acclaimed in the U.S.A. and England. In the novel, O'Brien openly discusses young women's sexuality which resulted in a censor ban of the sexy novel and public thrashing in Iceland, O'Brien's home country.

The Bottom Line.

Although the above sext novels have a bad reputation, they have a thing or two that can add flavour to your sex life.  As you check the amazing sexed writings of modern erotica writers, do not forget to jump back in time for sexually titillating content that unlocks endless options for getting intense orgasms.  After all, no one will judge you for reading these sexy books if you want to expand your erotic horizons.

Jekaterina Gussarova
Jekaterina Gussarova


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