Midweek Sport - - NEWS - By NEIL GOOD­WIN

MORE and more women are be­ing turned on by read­ing EROT­ICA!

Ac­cord­ing to a new survey, a whop­ping 53 per cent of Brit ladies said they read rude sto­ries ‘from time to time’ – and pre­ferred writ­ten grot to on­line porn or fruity films.

And it’s not just best­selling novel Fifty Shades of Grey that has kick-started the trend, as E-read­ers like Kin­dle are mak­ing it much eas­ier for babes to cast their eyes over au­thor-driven filth.

Top sex­pert Jus­tine Elyot says: “The over­whelm­ing majority of porn is con­ceived and pack­aged for the male gaze, so it’s hardly sur­pris­ing that women aren’t such avid con­sumers of erot­ica.

“What Fifty Shades did was bring erot­ica to another huge fe­male con­stituency – the ro­mance read­er­ship.


“Erot­ica be­come ac­cept­able.

“Well-cho­sen words can be the best aphro­disiac of all.”

The survey found 76 per cent of men reg­u­larly watch porn on the in­ter­net, com­pared with 36% of women.

A look at cer­tain sec­tions of Fifty Shades shows the ap­peal of erot­ica.

An ex­tract fea­tur­ing char­ac­ters Christian Grey and Anas­ta­sia Steele en­joy­ing BUM love reads: “I hear the quiet spurt of some liq­uid, pre­sum­ably from a tube, then his fin­gers are mas­sag­ing me THERE again.

“I groan. And I feel some­thing cool, metal­li­cally cool, run down my spine.

“‘I have a small present for you here’, Christian whis­pers.

“Holy crap. A butt plug. And gen­tly, while his fin­gers and thumb work their magic, he pushes the cold plug slowly into me.

“Ah! I groan loudly at the un­fa­mil­iar sen­sa­tion, my mus­cles protest­ing at the in­tru­sion. He cir­cles his thumb inside me and pushes the plug harder, and it slips in eas­ily.”

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