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Author Topic: What makes for a good rape story?  (Read 757 times)
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« Reply #15 on: February 13, 2017, 07:24:26 AM »

This is probably going to be very unpopular, but can rape be seen as a spectrum?  Not the same regurgitated themes. Has anyone envisioned a story that doesn't contain so much violence? So much objectivation of your victim? What about a story that contains a more personal element. Watching her, what makes her tick, learning about her background. A victim a man has desired a long time. How about a story where there is an element of concurring her not leaving her bloody and wet? And certainly, one where he doesn't just walk away, leaving her bloody and wet.

What about the guy? Has he ever done this before? Is there a motivation for doing something that he might otherwise never have dreamed of doing until now? A good guy drove to the edge of lust.

I know that is the what that is on here is just samples of rape, but there are others too.  From what I know, there are men would like to write and read some of these other types, if nothing than to mix it up a bit. Get creative! Expand your creative mind. I would read it.

Look, before anyone lashes into me, think about the first amendment and how it was meant to encompass all ideas, popular and unpopular. The crowd pleasers and the ones that are on the fringes. Just cause something has always been one way doesn't mean there aren't room for new ways.

Maybe something like this?

http://ravishu.com/forums/index.php?topic=17725.0
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« Reply #16 on: February 13, 2017, 08:12:16 AM »


Wow! Thank you, Neighbor. I'm definitely going to check this out.
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« Reply #17 on: February 13, 2017, 12:52:12 PM »

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« Reply #18 on: February 13, 2017, 09:54:36 PM »

It's funny; I guess I've always been something of a fan of plot-porn, it's just difficult to find it done well.

When I read rape fiction (or erotica in general, really), I'm actually looking to understand the motivation of the characters and how circumstances brought them into the action.  Following from this, it gets flat if the rape parts are basically the same act in different ways.  If the characters actually develop and evolve in the course of a story, then it makes sense that the way they experience the action isn't going to be static from beginning-to-end, and there's multiple ways you could take that.  Overall, I gravitate towards darker, more twisted, and more extreme stories, where the emphasis is the physical and mental torture of the victim, and boundaries just keep getting pushed; but there's no reason this can't apply to forced seduction scenarios with the victim starting to feel love for the rapist (I have nothing against the latter either, I just need to be in the right mood).

Personally, I also appreciate it when people try to use more experimental formats, or even just more unusual elements.  I like supernatural themes, and even fan-fiction sometimes.  I've actually read some astonishingly good fan-fictions that tease out the implications in some of their source material and reinterpret it in novel ways. 

So, yeah; I guess stylistic conventions and plot development are more important to me than specific tropes or storylines.
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« Reply #19 on: February 18, 2017, 06:04:15 PM »

Dire,

There are several authors here whom have attained the Hat Trick you spoke of. Unfortunately, I think only one or two of them are still active in this Forum. Conwic is extremely good, Soft Game Hunter is excellent. Baronor's CAGED is among my favorites. [HQ]'s Harms Way, is extremely good, and among My favorites here. Brokenwing's My Downward Spiral series is heartbreakingly well written......


And I can't forget Geminiguy's Consensual Stories. Though not Rape themed, these are extremely well written too.....


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« Reply #20 on: February 18, 2017, 06:06:15 PM »

i like wit, when there's a sense of humour to the horror, so that the girl not only gets raped, she gets laughed at by the author and reader.

That's the best way I've seen of putting it! I tend to insert humor into even my darker stories, whether I plan it or not. Now I know why.  Cool
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