Special to SEGAZINE
According to a long-read at Business Insider, “cryptozoological erotica” readers and writers are in as precarious a situation as a college co-ed who finds herself trapped in ancient ruins with a libidinous Minotaur.
Following the October publication of The Kernel’s soon-viral article called “An Epidemic of Filth,” which called out online book purveyors for selling ebooks with ”rape fantasies, incest porn and graphic descriptions of bestiality and child abuse,” online publishers have been making it much more difficult to buy and sell monster porn. Business Insider reports that Amazon has been particularly on the offensive against the genre.
The Cum for Bigfoot series might not be on the road to winning a Pulitzer, but the self published ebook — a part of the widely popular “monster porn” genre — has a dedicated following that makes author Virginia Wade a net of $30,000 or more in a good month.