Nerve Endings: The New Trans Erotic

Nerve Endings The New Trans Erotic A trans woman watches her sleeping lover and contemplates the moment of his departure A genderqueer sissy fantasizes alone about connection in their hotel room A trans woman adjunct professor and sex

  • Title: Nerve Endings: The New Trans Erotic
  • Author: Tobi Hill-Meyer Adonis Alvarez Teddy Broadbent Paige Bryony Drew Cordes Katherine Cross Pretty Eyes Ellis Andi Grace
  • ISBN: 9780990452874
  • Page: 115
  • Format: Paperback
  • A trans woman watches her sleeping lover and contemplates the moment of his departure A genderqueer sissy fantasizes alone about connection in their hotel room A trans woman adjunct professor and sex worker is hired for a sex party held by her college s philosophy department A trans boy has a Craigslist hookup with a queen embarked on detransition A bodiless AI announcA trans woman watches her sleeping lover and contemplates the moment of his departure A genderqueer sissy fantasizes alone about connection in their hotel room A trans woman adjunct professor and sex worker is hired for a sex party held by her college s philosophy department A trans boy has a Craigslist hookup with a queen embarked on detransition A bodiless AI announces its gender, takes a lover, and works to revolutionize the world Presented here are thirty stories edited and with an introduction by Tobi Hill Meyer that offer revolutionary erotic fantasies by trans people, about trans people, and for trans people at the crossroads of history, biology, anxiety, and love.

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    1. Going to add trigger warnings as I read & write the review when I am done reading. (view spoiler)[Generally, most of the stories in the book depict sex of some kind. I am going to name kink as it occurs in a more specific way.Rental-Mention of transmisogynist violence and murder, particularly intimate partner violence. Depicts internalized transmisogyny and transmisogyny in story's central intimate relationship (which is textually challenged).Brunch Service-Service oriented D/s. Brief refere [...]

    2. As is often the case with anthologies, some stories engaged me more than others, but on the whole I enjoyed this book, while recognising that I am not necessarily its target audience. I'd expected the combination of speculative and contemporary fiction to be jarring, but it flowed smoothly between genres. An excellent and important collection of erotica, with more than a few incredibly moving stories that I suspect will remain with me. Some stories mention violence in various degrees of detail. [...]

    3. Not posting about it in detail now, because I'm considering the SFF stories from it for reprinting in Transcendent 3.Source of the book: Contrib copy from publisher

    4. I am so incredibly excited to talk about Nerve Endings: The New Trans Erotic with you today! You may have seen the Kickstarter – as of right now, the book is being printed, and soon many of the backers will be receiving their copies. I was lucky enough to receive an ARC, so here we go! (Please note that I am cis, so everything I say should be taken with a grain of salt. Once a trans blogger posts their review, I will link it here.)This anthology blew me away (no pun intended). There was such a [...]

    5. Holy shit this book is amazing! A much needed addition to both trans literature and erotica. I only wish there was more.

    6. This anthology is very important to me. I got it right when it came out and there is some stories I have reread multiple times now. Not just because their hot, though many of them are, but also for all the feelings they give me. Also because their just really hot.There is one story ("figuring it out") in there i would have loved to have read a bit earlier, because it would have saved me from a lot of heartbreak.There is also like 3 stories I did not like, at all, but that's to be expected from a [...]

    7. Too many of these aren't particularly erotic, which is to say there are only a few anyone can satisfyingly arouse themself with. That effectiveness may rely on identifying with a character, so maybe it's just that I'm cis - although I find it pretty easy to get off to even badly written stories that weren't written for me to identify with who I do. The stories in Nerve Endings are more just explorations of subjective facets of trans sexuality, all much more narratively focused and often sex-neut [...]

    8. A diverse and interesting collection. It lost that last star because a couple of stories were a little weaker than the rest, and it could have done with one more proofread. On the whole, though, it was a pleasure to read. Here's to hoping there'll be a Nerve Endings 2!

    9. This book is jam-packed with stories and a lot more of them were speculative than I'd been expecting. Singularity by Katherine Cross was a particular stand out.

    10. a mixed bag: some truly excellent, one or two real stinkers, but almost all of them are good and entertaining enough

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