About Metilda

Biography

I live to write. I have a wide variety of interests and at some point they'll all surface in my stories.

I have removed a large number of stories from Lush in order to set up distribution of such works through publication channels for ebooks. Sorry Or not sorry. My active Erotica pen name is Lilith Lo. I also write as Sirin Love (for Romance Erotica).

If you are a Lust Gold member you will have access to my fuller pieces in The Vault.

Answers to Questions I'm often asked:
*Yes, my avatar is me
*I started writing because I became frustrated with a lack of erotica stories I wanted to read.
*I continue to write because I get a thrill out of penning my sexually charged thoughts on paper and sharing them with others.
*No, I'm not interested in real life relationships. (No webcam or cellphone)
*Nothing puts me off or disgusts me, some things just interest me more than others. I favor hardcore and fetish elements the most when I read.

Name:
Metilda
Sex:
Female 
Sign:
Cancer
Relationship Status:
Married
Orientation:
Straight
Location:
Local Time:
26 Jul 2017 09:04
Interests:
Writing, reading erotica. Crafting jewelry, attending college and a whole bunch of other Jill of all Trades stuff.
Favorite Books:
Erotica: Addicted, Power Play, Restraint, Control (all by Stein), Otherwise Alone, Surviving Rain (Shay Savage). Non erotica: For the Love of Stones (Tobias Hill), The Art of War (by Machiavelli).
Favorite Authors:
Charlotte Stein, Tobias Hill, Machiavelli, Shay Savage
Favorite Music:
I listen to everything from Aerosmith to Enya and Puscifer to Rob Zombie. . .I'm not picky about genres - it just depends on what mood I'm in at the moment. I do passionately love Type O Negative, though. RIP Peter. Lately music from The Devil's Carnival has been in my changer.
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Topic: The Age of Un-Enlightenment
Posted: 23 Jul 2017 10:43

Well, it’s a new day. A bright new dawning in the dumbfuck empire. A literal age of un-enlightenment. In the day of “fake” news and “alternative facts” we find ourselves at an all-time low as the most powerful country in the history of the planet has a loud and proud minority that has once again given the rest of the 6 billion a figurative middle finger by declaring war on knowledge.

Okay, okay… that was a bit dramatic. Let me explain.

A recent poll by FOX News among current “GOP leaning individuals” states that a whopping 58% of those polled stated that colleges and universities have a “Negative” effect on America.

Now this isn’t really a surprise… After all, I seem to recall a well-known orange baboon trying to fit a hard-hat over his oversized head as he spouted out the words “I love the uneducated!” to a cheering crowd who predictably took that as an actual compliment. He might has well just shouted out “I love obese highschool dropouts with IQs under 90!” and the crowd would probably cheer as if Lynyrd Skynyrd just came back from the dead to play Sweet Home Alabama at your sister/cousin’s wedding.

After all… Isn’t that why you voted for him? Because he talks like you? Seems dumb like you? The sad part is that he’s actually smarter than you are.

You voted for a Manhattan billionaire with an Ivy League education and he’s playing you just like the Republicans have been playing you for years.

Does anyone else find it ironic that a group of rich white and very educated old men have managed to convince half the population that it’s now somehow “uncool” and “undesirable” to know how to read?

Hmmm…If I didn’t have such unassailable faith in humanity I would think that a selfish educated elite was looking to continue to find ways to make money while the rest of you waste your time squabbling over god, guns and people using the wrong bathroom. <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/eusa_doh.gif" alt="d&#39;oh!">

But I know what you red state rednecks think about higher education. You are probably picturing a bunch of privileged white kids decked out in man-buns and jean shorts, sitting around a drum circle smoking weed and bitching about “safe spaces” in between philosophy classes. Am I right?

Well why don’t I drop some knowledge on you while you sit your tar-paper shack waiting for your local coal mine to re-open? Think about what your life would be like without doctors, nurses, teachers, dentists, accountants, architects, engineers… pretty much everyone that is responsible for your current way of life. (I left out lawyers on purpose…)

So maybe you should get down on your knees and thank whatever ridiculous deity you pray to that not only did you have the dumb luck of being born on this patch of dirt, at this point in time… but also thank Zeus/Allah/Jupiter or whatever stone age dumbfuck messiah that’s in vogue these days that He instilled some desire for knowledge in at least some of your fellow human beings so that you can cook your possum stew over a stove, in a house, while you watch NASCAR and not over a campfire in some cave somewhere.

I know it’s too late for you, but the least you could do try your best to make sure your kids don’t follow in your footsteps. Just because “your daddy worked in the mine” and your daddy’s daddy worked in the mine” doesn’t mean that everyone in your ill-fated bloodline should be resigned to a life of stupidity as their livelihoods hang in the balance based on the global demand for natural resources. The world will progress with or without you.

The best resource a nation can have is a well-educated populace.

Now is access to education a problem in the US? Absolutely. Should post-secondary education be subsidized? Well I think so. In fact the rest of the western world thinks so. Bernie Sanders thought so… but half of you seem to think that makes him a “crazy Marxist.” If you see education as the domain of the privileged elite, then why wouldn’t you want to make it accessible to everyone? Give everyone a chance and let the cream rise to the top…?
(Maybe then your Secretary of Education wouldn’t be saying that schools in Montana should have guns for protection from grizzly bears.)

Or just sit back and watch FOX news and convince yourself that Trump actually “loves coal” because he puts on a hard hat and holds a cardboard sign for the cameras. Keep convincing yourself that global warming is a hoax and that the earth is only 10 thousand years old. Keep telling yourself that “learning” is a “bad word.”


Knowledge shouldn’t be a partisan issue.





Oh...I was told I should lighten up my posts a bit...so... Smiley face!!



I don't actually sit around watching Fox News all day. I prefer to go straight to the source when referencing things like Polls and Opinions. I had to dig around a bit to find the poll you're referring to. Here's what I came up with: http://video.foxnews.com/v/5504993309001/?#sp=show-clips (Is this what you saw on the subject? I couldn't actually find the poll itself as their search feature isn't working for me).

Now, in that clip which may or may not have been what you saw, the Fox News network was referencing a Poll by Pew Research and they dug into it more on their own. However, though I did search around at Pew, the timeline at Pew Research and their education related polls they'e done this year don't quite sync with the timing and content of what Fox News was referencing.
http://www.pewresearch.org/topics/education/2017/

So I'm not sure which specific poll Fox was discussing (which makes me just want to throw out anything that Fox News discussed on the matter). But I do like going straight to the source for topics like this.

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However, I did look at the variety of Polls done this year by Pew Research and have come across one that might be what they were referring to.

However, this one was done a day after the above-linked-to Interview on the topic:
http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2017/07/20/republicans-skeptical-of-colleges-impact-on-u-s-but-most-see-benefits-for-workforce-preparation/

One stat result states it this way:
"Since 2015, sharp rise in Republicans saying colleges have a negative effect on the country; % who say colleges and universities have a __effect on the way things are going in the country."

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Personally...
being a mother of four with my husband, myself, and our oldest in college... I see higher education as a strong positive in our country. But then I'm not attending a University that's plagued with problems like Berkley and other ones that have seen extensive troubles lately. My state is rather civil and a lot of people from different walks of life attend our wide array of higher education institutes. My husband and older son attend one University together (I previously attended there and then transferred out some time ago).

Education quality wise, between these two different schools I've attended, I feel the one they're at now (which I attended in the past) is much lower on the success and quality scale. Their teachers are lower on the quality tree, their approach to education in general lacks, and I felt like it wasn't very helpful for me when I transferred to a major University. However, I'm in business and my husband is in Social Work, our son is in a computer science program. Between the two of them who are still at that college, our Son is doing exceptionally well while my husband is struggling due to being older and so forth.

These two school of ours in general and, more specifically, certain professors, are too lenient with lazy students. There's too much tolerance for poor performance. There's also not enough checks and balances for students who cheat.

But that's it. That's the only qualm I have. Aside the occasional proselytizer who goes around yelling that the world is ending and we all need to repent, my college experience has been entirely void of any sort of political, social, or other sort of upheaval. Perhaps if my University was driven more by social problems and issues than education itself my experience and opinion might be different.

Oh, and I'm not a Republican. I'm not a Democrat, either. I don't like labels and find that neither party represents my actual views and values enough to identify with them and support them in any fashion.

Topic: fulfilling a fantasy
Posted: 23 Jul 2017 09:45

I 2nd that 'go slowly' . . . you never know what someone else's insecurities and issues are.

When my husband and I first married I had very intense body-image issues. It took a lot of courage to be naked with him to begin with. So when he randomly told me (while we were still newlyweds living in our first apartment) that he fantasized about people watching us have sex and he wondered if I thought of the same thing, I freaked out.

I was anorexic, but he didn't know it. I kept it a secret. The idea of anyone else seeing us together was just horrifying to me and I fought hard not to let that invade my thoughts and ruin our sex life.

My immediate response to him wasn't right, either - I couldn't hide my shock when he first mentioned it. I didn't, at that time (15 years ago), get what 'fantasy' meant because i didn't entertain sexual fantasies of that nature. It was suddenly over-the-line and much too real in a bad way for me.

So my response made him shut down, and him telling me that nearly made me shut down. That immediately put our sexual relationship on the fritz for a period of time and even to this day he's hesitant to tell me things that he thinks might possibly upset me.

You really need to be careful when sharing fantasies that involve the other person in any fashion and even more careful when you want to make it a reality. Get on the same page, first, and understand them from the bottom-up.

Topic: Question for Writers
Posted: 22 Jul 2017 21:40

My writing is satisfying to me . . . No other agenda across the board. So my purpose or deeper goal (if I even have one, sometimes I don't) is to find a way to satisfy the itch. What the itch is changes story to story / character to character. Above all, if it's in my head and not on paper, I've let myself down and it'll eat away at me.

I don't actively pursue themes, tropes or choose to explore content due to society's pressures, views or lack of open-mindedness or what have you. I'm often writing to explore a character's path and their life. I think of them as fully developed people I'm trying to get to know. I can't just alter them to suit some sort of agenda.

I cringe when people say that authors have some sort of duty to 'write responsibly' and consider the 'impressionable minds' that might read our work.
I don't like it (can't stand it) when females insist that a lone female in a cast of several male characters somehow represents my view of all females or espouses what all 'females should be'.
I can't stand it when people try to read into what I write in an effort to find out / get to know me as a person - (my husband does this and it has really become a pet peeve of mine. I am not in my books).

All these things are like peer pressure and it pushes writers to turn writing into something it doesn't have to be.

So sometimes my writing resonates with feminists, sometimes it doesn't. Sometimes my writing seems to support higher education, sometimes it doesn't. And so on - so forth. There's no unity in any of it. It's all quite chaotic. No labels. The moment I feel I've written about an idea or concept too many times, I'll bail on it and do something different.

Topic: Is Writing Erotica Worth It?
Posted: 21 Jul 2017 10:09

Also, another thought that occurs to me is erotica shame. It suddenly occurred to me that erotic stories/novels have a marketing problem built into them, because people are less willing to admit they read it than that they read, say, Stephenie Meyer (an interesting side-note here is that I believe 50 Shades started out as fan fiction on a site dedicated to Twilight - maybe that's how it took off). Doesn't that work against erotica building momentum through word of mouth? Hard to see how it wouldn't, really.


I think you need to understand more of Romance, Erotica, and the tale of 50 Shades of Grey so you can let the 50 Shades thing go...

Yes, it was originally a Twilight fanfiction piece. James saw great success with it at the fanfiction website she posted it at and then self-published it. It became such a good seller than a Big Five publisher scooped her up with a contract.

50 Shades no longer has much sway in Erotica. It did help to spark an interest and a bit of a trending boom for BDSM flavored stories, some look-alike books, but these days people are wanting very different things. Original content, for one.

Also, 50 Shades is not strictly Erotica. It's Romance-Erotica which is a different kettle of fish than strictly Erotica. And since it's a series, only teh first book is toward the Erotica side. As the story progresses, the series becomes more and more Romance-oriented, ending with a very 'baby/family' trope.

Overall, you need to decide if you want to write Romance stories where the relationship, love and related conflict is the story, or if you want to write sex stories where sex drives the plot and the character's actions. You have to let go of this interest in 50 Shades as it will do next to nothing for aspiring authors in either of the genres. It was sort of a freak anomaly.

Topic: Help needed! How to hang a silk artwork?
Posted: 20 Jul 2017 17:38

I'm a certified framer. Worked for a gallery and a frame shop, have done a lot of this stuff...

In order to present a canvas painting, a canvas is stretched taut around the support bar structure of the framework. Canvas is heavy duty and can take the stress needed to pull it tight and solid. The art of stretching a canvas gives the end result of a a smooth surface without causing wrinkles or uneven pressure points which can force a painting to peel, warp, or flake. The pressure needs to be even all the way around.

So, you're right, you can't do this to silk. Silk itself is too 'stretchy' - it's thinly woven of flexible fibers that have a much lower stress point. So, you ensure a good, solid framing with a canvas backing. This backing takes the pressure and forms a smooth surface. Then you lay the silk overtop and use much less pressure as you pull and smooth it into place.

So in essence you'll have a series of nails (or tacks) for the canvas material. Then you'll have a separate series of tacks for the silk.

If tacks aren't desired, some framers use an adhesive but this makes me sick to my stomach as - well - don't put glue on valuable artwork!

To be honest, silk isn't something for a novice. In a decent frame shop this type of thing would be saved for the the senior framers. I suggest you take it to an art studio that isn't something like Michael's or Hobby Lobby (both of which I worked for). Look for a galleria or professionally run privately owned business headed by an expert. One snag is all it takes to jack up a beautiful piece of art... snags can be fixed, but it's better to not even have to worry about it.

Topic: Is Writing Erotica Worth It?
Posted: 20 Jul 2017 17:19

Wow those statistics are cruel. Sounds like even writers who have got published haven't had much in the way of results (money-wise, not spiritually-wise).

Is the problem that the market place is so awash with wannabee writers and that it's hard to even get noticed because of that? I heard of one self publishing fellow called JA Konrath on my internet travels who has done well, but that doesn't seem to be the general case from these answers.

Sorry for responding so late, but thanks for these honest replies.


Well I'm a horse of a different color.

I started writing - purely for self-enjoyment - in 2012, I think. (Here at Lush).

Later, I took myself seriously enough to pursue both self-publishing and trad-publishing for my Erotica (I write a bit of everything under a few separate pen names). It's treating me well. Was it quick to treat me well? No. The market has changed. It's become easier to publish and so the market is swamped. But a lot of people chasing money, who don't have business savvy, have backed out of the game. You must approach it like a business if you want to see success.

The start-game has changed for new authors. When I began writing, Kindle Unlimited was a hot spot for money-making on short stories. Now that's dead (for short stories... and becoming more difficult for novelists to make pennies too). But now I have a back catalog that's quite thick and that continues to sell.

I've puzzled myself with my financial success. Last year I went back to college to pursue a degree in Marketing. I haven't published a new story to a paying market since last year in August. However, I'm still bringing in a steady income. However, all other authors who step away seem to suffer a 'cliff' - a 30 day or 90 cliff in which their writings stop selling. The result looks like a cliff where sales swan-dive to a flatline of 0. I seem immune to this and I think it's because of my robust catalog, mix of both trad and self publishing, and continuous push to 'go wide' (publish beyond the limitation of 'just Amazon/KU').

So for me, there's magic in the sauce. I'm not the only one either.

There is a problem, though, in the writing world when penning Erotica. We're treated a bit like scum by a fair number of 'serious' authors. Not all, but enough to create significant discord in writing-support sites here and there. So I saw the greatest rise in success when I found groups of self/trad published Erotica authors and joined those inner circles.

Per free stories . . . these act as a story incubator for me. It's a great way to connect to readers, find out what they're interested in, understand the human psyche, and generate awareness. In essence, free stories are advertisement. It's a barometer of success.

Topic: Peri
Posted: 14 Jul 2017 10:34

Thanks, Mods.

What's unfortunate is that it seems she doesn't understand what plagiarism is. . . and on a site with numerous writers who release, on good faith, our original works, we don't need members who don't understand what plagiarism is to be dwelling here.

I know people, moderators and members, on this site have actually gone head-to-head with plagiarizers all over the net, even bringing down website dedicated to hawking and publishing people's stories, so I didn't feel pulled into her issue in the way she wanted people to be.

Topic: What is the best porn you have ever seen?
Posted: 14 Jul 2017 09:55

I don't like plotted-porn too often. It's often boring, dull, made to appeal to guys (bright colors and barbie doll chicks) . . . I honestly can't stand most of it.

Kay Brandt is a producer who turns books into films. Producing them on her own is a more recent venture for her so she has a good sense of character development and storytelling all around.

Erika Lust is another female porn film producer who hits all the right buttons for me. She gave a TED talk on the subject that really touched on why so many women don't like 'porn for men' and do find hardcore porn to be a turnon.

But mostly, outside these two producers, I watch clips and snippets of real people committing to extreme acts - no glits and glamour. I, in fact, seem to prefer (strongly) when colors of pink, purple, and girly makeup are gone.

Topic: Insomnia
Posted: 13 Jul 2017 15:22

ANGER ISSUES


Everything that's pissed me off in recent months.
On a very rough night I'll dwell on everything that's pissed me off for the past few years.

Last night I just didn't sleep at all - the longer I was awake, the more and more angry I became over some various intense and screwed up shit in my life . . . and that anger grew until I had to find something to do with that pissy energy. I almost went to the gym to work out but that would have been stupid. I ultimately spend two hours scrubbing the entire bathroom. This afternoon I mowed the lawn even though it was over 100* outside. I'm an angry, bitter, resentful bitch these days.

I prefer it when sex thoughts keep me up but that muse abandoned me. . . which ticks me off.

Topic: Do you really need a man in your life and why?
Posted: 12 Jul 2017 20:36




Having been there, I can unequivocally state that a bad partner is NOT better than no partner. As for you ladies out there, a good set of batteries is way better than a bad man.

I'm pretty certain that being a single mother would pretty much guarantee I don't ever have time or privacy for any sort of love -self or otherwise.

it's difficult enough being married but at least I don't have to shoulder everything on my own.

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Seducing Sarah

The trip had been on the calendar for months. Each time Vivian looked at that bright red circle, her pussy would ache for the day to arrive when Sarah would go away for the weekend to the National Tech Competition. Vivian had paid good money, not just for the trip, but to cover the cost for her best friend, George, to be the chaperone that took Sarah in, cared for her, and showed her...

Added 28 Jun 2017 | Category Taboo | Votes 19 | Avg Score 5 | Views 12,351 | 11 Comments

Anticipation

I've been ready for this. Ready and waiting anxiously allday. Since my lunch break when He said, “You up for it, tonight?” Planted smoothly after some drab political joke and comment on the weather. The warmth of His voice emanating that casual coolness. That laid back tone and easy going demeanor. A crisp, deep vocal hue that could put a rabid dog to sleep. Lulling and calm. Deceptive. ...

Added 11 Mar 2013 | Category Anal | Votes 21 | Avg Score 5 | Views 14,182 | 16 Comments

Two Girls, One Bottle

Chapter 1 - A Movie Sipping a glass of white wine, Hailey skated across the kitchen floor. Wearing her favorite pair of knee-high socks, ones with black and white stripes, she made it to the other side of the room quickly. In the bathroom, she checked her hair in the mirror and picked at the frills of her blue cotton teddy. She was nervous without really knowing why. Brittany had...

Added 25 Jul 2015 | Category Hardcore | Votes 21 | Avg Score 4.95 | Views 16,287 | 13 Comments

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Chapter 1  The words on the screen began to bleed together, my eyes burned. Editing is my life but, damn, if it isn't one serious struggle sometimes. One saving grace for this particular science fiction end-of-the-world saga was that I rather enjoyed re-reading the sex scenes. I’m not an erotica editor, but the scenes crafted by this author's masterful fingers made my job a slight...

Added 24 Mar 2015 | Category Group Sex | Votes 25 | Avg Score 4.96 | Views 10,247 | 18 Comments

Suckled: Nature's Bounty

Chapter 1   I saw the advertisement in the classified section of the newspaper while I was riding the Metro. The page was folded at a strange angle, crumpled in the man's hand who sat oblivious to my prying eyes. It read: Wanted: adult wet nurse. It brought to mind things I hadn't thought of in years, long forgotten fantasies I used to entertain when I was far more inexperienced in life:...

Added 30 Jan 2016 | Category Fetish | Votes 21 | Avg Score 4.95 | Views 12,076 | 18 Comments

Recommended Read Dirty Girl Interrupted

Chapter 1 When it comes to objects of my affection what I truly lust for—my thing, my fetish I suppose I should say—is glass. Glass. Solid, smooth, textured, ribbed—cold or hot. Glass girl, all the way. Needless to say, when I go shopping for toys, I don’t go to the outrageously priced, hole in the wall adult store in the next town over. I’m a thrifty spender. There’s a twisted thrill...

Added 21 Sep 2015 | Category College Sex | Votes 31 | Avg Score 4.97 | Views 30,509 | 23 Comments

Recommended Read Bambi's Up To Bat

Anxious to get on the road again, Bambi bounced on the balls of her feet, her lips pursing to blow another bubble. Two, three inches around—and then it suddenly popped, sticking to her chin. Tamela stood there, a finger poised where the pink bubble had been. “Bus is full. Coach says we have to ride with the boys.” Bambi flicked her tongue, swiping the gum back into her mouth. “Sounds...

Added 05 Aug 2015 | Category Fetish | Votes 17 | Avg Score 4.94 | Views 10,943 | 10 Comments

Recommended Read The Devil's Undertones

I make my way to the Carnack Building with two minutes to spare. With ten minutes between classes I cannot fathom how this is going to work. First days are always stressful, and when I finally find room 294 I’m sweating and breathless. I barge in, hair a mangled mess, clothes disheveled, and the entire class looks at me. Why can’t the door be in the back of the room, I think to myself as I...

Added 22 May 2013 | Category Quickie Sex | Votes 28 | Avg Score 4.88 | Views 10,014 | 16 Comments

Taboo Lust

Chapter 1 I stayed a few steps behind Mom as we trudged into Church. The wind had kicked up since we left the house and my ears had begun to burn, my knees had gone a bit numb quite some time ago. Twice she turned to gripe at me for going too slow but I ignored her—I was looking for Brian. Our parents married when I was only 10. Years later, much to my dismay, they divorced. Since...

Added 23 Jun 2015 | Category Taboo | Votes 37 | Avg Score 4.94 | Views 42,885 | 22 Comments

Between Midnight and Noon

Eight months. Seven days. Sixteen hours. It’s been so long since my wife last told me she loved me and then kissed me goodbye. How was I to know that one kiss would be the last kiss, the last caress? How many times would I think of her and seek her memory out in this way? “More coffee?” The waitress comes to stand in front of me, carafe in her hand. I consider that she...

Added 07 Jun 2014 | Category Straight Sex | Votes 15 | Avg Score 4.93 | Views 4,793 | 15 Comments

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A Run in With The Law

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Suckled: Nature's Bounty
Suckled: Nature's Bounty

Breanne lives a dull, single life working as an office clerk. That is until she sees a job listing in the newspaper as a Nature's Bounty Nurse. A phone call and an intimate doctor's appointment later, she's on her way to dedicating herself to a life of adult nursing for a wealthy Japanese...

The Devil's Undertones: An Unholy Love Story
The Devil's Undertones: An Unholy Love Story

On the first day of Latin Class Lara finds herself quickly entangled with her professor. A relationship blooms, spirals and spins with secret rendezvous under the cover of little white lies. It's his voice, his good looks, and that commanding presence that draws her in deeper. What Lara doesn't...

Viette: A Story of Love and Hate
Viette: A Story of Love and Hate

Stripped of her nobility and taken as a war prize, Viette is determined to take control of her life at all costs even if it means dominating a King to do so. As a servant, however, she's in no such position . . . or is she? King Leonin of Whitmore has his sights set on Viette for things beyond...

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