About a month ago I posited the question as to who wrote the most romancey tales in the m/m genre? Were they females, males, GQ/T* people, who?
The majority of commenters believed gender and/or sexuality had no bearing on the level of romance and sex in a story, yet the generalisations continue; for example, the rumours Sean and I are one in the same because his books are ‘too romantic’ to have been written by a boy.
Given this, I decided to conduct a poll on the subject to see what readers would say if they had the opportunity to comment anonymously.
The poll is in the side bar and will be up for about a week.
I encourage you all to participate, and to pimp it *pretty please* in order to get the views of the broader m/m community.
So, with that in mind, I’ll leave you with one of my responses from the last post:
“I think it is very true to say that your personality and interests would come through in the style of your writing and in the story building as well.
While gender and/or sexuality may have played a role in the development of your personality, it doesn’t mean that you actually write with your genitalia, etc.”
Those who dared:
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