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T-Rextasy: Dinosaur-on-Girl romance novels are apparently a ‘thing’ now
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Christie Sims

T-Rex Troubles
T-Rex Troubles

Christie Sims is the foremost practitioner and almost certainly the founder of a new literary genre: “Dinosaur Beast Erotica.” It seems likely that she is the only practitioner of the genre, but give it time. Over the past year or so, Sims has flooded Amazon’s Kindle Store and Barnes and Noble’s Nook Book section with dozens of curious ebooks for sale, several of them centering on sex with dinosaurs. (Alara Branwen is credited as coauthor on all the volumes I checked—I checked a bunch of them—but it seems that Sims is the main author.)

But that’s not all—Sims hardly limits herself to actual beasts from the historical past. In addition to sex with T-Rex, she’s written erotica about imaginary monsters including gryphons, orcs, weretigers, wargs, centaurs, and many more.

Here’s Sims’ author statement from the Kindle Store:

Hi! I’m just a plain old, everyday Midwestern girl that lives a normal life. However, while my outward tastes are relatively simple, my inner thoughts are filled with lusty thoughts of big, strong, powerful monsters having their way with beautiful maidens.

It all raises so many questions…. I assume the Institute for Creation Research looks on these books with favor? Or maybe not, because as upstanding religious folk they disapprove of interspecies sex? I must know more!

I guess I could always sign up to Alara Branwen’s newsletter…..
Mating with the Raptor
Mating with the Raptor
Mounted by the Gryphon
Mounted by the Gryphon
Ravished by the Triceratops
Ravished by the Triceratops
The Balaur's Delight
The Balaur’s Delight
A Weretiger in Heat
A Weretiger in Heat
(Thank you, Toby Gardner!)

Previously on Dangerous Minds:
Slash the final frontier: Exploring the forbidden love of Captain James T. Kirk and Mr. Spock
This Japanese dinosaur prank would totally make me shit my pants

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