If you think New Sensations has a patronising approach to promoting porn to women, you should see how this guy explains M/M to men.
Anything to put a decisive line between you and your audience, I guess. What an an asinine "interview." I wish I could churn things out so prolifically as those who seem to have such utter disregard for them do.
Sorry, but I thought it was great. :D It's hilarious, yes, and he's certainly being snarky. But there've always been plenty of authors in all genres who've written to pay the bills, not because they had a dream of publishing their Book Of The Heart. [shrug] So long as he does a good job and his readers get their money's worth, I don't see that his attitude matters much.And if it looks like a couple of stereotypical macho-man types who'd let their nails be pulled out with hot pliers before they ever admitted to a buddy that they have any interest whatsoever in love or emotion or feelings, well, that's kind of hilarious too. :D In fact, it seems to me that the whole thing was written as a humor piece, rather than with the intention of giving serious information. It was supposed to be funny, and it succeeded in that. For me, at least -- your mileage obviously varied quite a lot. :)Angie, who writes mostly mushy shit with just a little bit of hot sex [snicker]
No need to apologise. Online writing is a matter of taste. I am sure some people even don't like mine. (Phillistines)
I don't know. The notion of being so disdainful toward your subject matter and then pointing out that your audience just eats this shit up seems a bit uncouth to me.
Marcus -- I'd agree if I thought he was completely serious. I get the impression that this piece was done for laughs, though. I guess it depends how it comes across to you.Angie
Yeah, that kinda summed it up nicely. lol
holy crap do gmail and blogger have issues with each other sometimes. sorry for all the deletes.
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