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That hit Broadway play ended with a lust-filled Darcy grabbing a weepy Elizabeth, declaring her cruel, kind, and lovely, and “folding her close” “his lips on hers.” Curtain.
A passionate stage kiss is just that, of course, but more sexually explicit fare would follow.
Let’s say you’re scrolling through profiles on a dating site and you spot a nice woman who you might like to date.
The whole record is a hotbed of sexual realisation.
It seems dubious to me too, but let’s continue as if it’s true. The real kicker here is the type of girl they are all looking for.
The majority of guys on the site go on and on about all of the outdoor adventure activity they do, including mountain climbing, ziplining, white water rafting, bungee jumping, parasailing, sky diving, someone even talked about alligator wrestling. Now on my profile, I checked off the box saying that I want someone who wants kids and who’s single (… And I wrote out by hand that I am looking for an easy-going, honest, passionate guy.
She’s some sort of secret radical, but she’s also the doyenne of the alt-right. You may already know that Jane Austen-inspired erotic fiction is going through something of a boom. There’s smut everything, and there’s Jane Austen everything. It’s not just zombies and vampires, gin and tattoos, or wet-white-shirt Darcys and Bridget Jones movies that have recast Austen as the Melissa Mc Carthy of classic novelists.
She’s our upright moral traditionalist, a vanilla marriage endorser, and the inspirer of Christian dating guides. She’s also a snarky feminist satirist, the Notorious Jenny-A, whose hunky heroes get us hot and bothered. But getting a grip on Austen’s rebirth as literary history’s hilarious best horny girlfriend requires grappling with a further shade of grey: the slow, successful rise of Austen-inspired erotica.