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How to write gay sex tips for slash writers

How to write gay sex tips for slash writers

Sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account. Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites. Anyway, as a straight person, I just want to make sure that I am not offensive or simply benighted in general. An african american brother and sister lesbian , the sister's girlfriend, and an immortal it kinda makes sense in context.

Since I have a limited cast of characters is it okay that the two lesbians are in a relationship? I want them to be in a healthy and dedicated relationship from the start so it's not like I'm throwing them together halfway through and its not a major point of conflict in the plot, just a thing that is and part of the reason the three mortals are doing heists together "family business" kinda deal. I really enjoyed this article.

I really do like where this novel is going, but I do realize that I'm drifting very close to cliche zones. Any thoughts or advice? What should I do? I write Star Wars: The Clone Wars fanfics, and I had the idea for a gay clone named Zapp. I really loved the idea, but I had no idea where to start. As I introduce them, I get ideas.

I was writing about this one girl, who I decided to make LGBT, and all of a sudden as I started writing about her more and more, I decided to hint at her betrayal to the main character.

She said a specific line when I first introduced her and as I thought about her death, I decided for her to repeat that line which just so happened to hint at her sexuality but at the time she meant it as a joke.

She's not there for comedic relief or anything like that. She's one of a few LGBT characters I have planned but so far, she's the only lesbian saying that she's not bi or anything. Must I keep her alive simply for this reason?

It's not like I made her lesbian just so I can kill her off. She is a character that I decided to kill off who happens to be lesbian. I feel like even if there's a good amount of representation, people will still get mad if a minority gets killed off. I've been working on a YA fantasy novel for years I took a break to write nonfiction and at some point realised I had to stop writing a story and let me characters tell me who they were.

Doing it this way has added years on but I think it's worth it to wait them out. Recently one of my main characters revealed she is gay and though it's not central to the story, it's central to one of her decisions and so I don't want to shortchange her story at all. Thanks again for the general guidance. However, both the characters I'm writing are both lesbian but don't really acknowledge their sexuality until their first kiss.

Should my characters know and fully embrace their sexuality before they meet or should I wait till they kiss to have them really think about who they are and their relationship? During the climax of my movie, a non-binary angel will come in and kill off every victim starting with the bisexual lady. I'm about to start writing a fanfic about a female villain who is a lesbian. How can I write her in a way as to not fall into the 'evil gay' cliche?

Should I write other gay characters? I just want to write this while being as respectful as possible. However, when it comes to writing my own stories I often struggle with just these things. I've decided to try a different approach this time by trying to mention the sexuality of my protagonists only once. There will be no pregnancy for either one of them. But they will struggle with the fact that one of them wants children, while the other doesn't.

I really want to reach the hearts of women like me, who don't want their sexuality to define everything about their character. If you have any more tips for me, they would be greatly apprectiated. You mentioned dead gays being an overused cliche. In my story i'll have two gay main characters and i'm killing one to create a conflict that spurs the other main character to find a solution to the apocalypse sooner as a sort of revenge for the others sacrifice.

You are indulging in disturbing negative stereotypes. Another thing I wanted to ask about is how do I bring up the character is gay and not sound like on pandering or being insensitive? Did gay men hates lesbians?? I am currently writing a fantasy story. I am running into trouble writing the origin story of this goddess.

The idea I had in mind, VERY briefly, was that there was once a princess who fell in love with a female unicorn. At some point, someone tries to kill the princess by shooting her with an arrow. The unicorn leaps up to save the princess from the arrow. The arrow ends up going through the unicorn and still piercing the princess but, instead of dying, the unicorn and the princess magically fuse together and ascend into divinity as the Goddess of Love.

Is this too close to the "dead gays" trope? I'm writing a YA epic fantasy and I want to encapsulate the spectrum of human experience and in order to do that properly I feel I should portray all types of people. Any suggestions on the balance between religion and homosexuality?

However, she has to bite the bullet for the sake of her species she's a werewolf, and the source of magickal power needs to be reborn or they can no longer shapeshift,and due to circumstance she's the only one who could.

At no time does she think "oh my I really glad I did have children. I'm a changed woman and now I also like dick. She's not masculine except in that she likes fighting and hunting, and otherwise would be considered more femme than butch.

So that doesn't fall into any stereotypes, right? I have thought about many of these things quite a bit. I am writing a high fantasy novel in which there are several fictional nations, each with their own culture. In some, being non-straight is a huge issue, in others, not an issue at all. I have characters of many different sexualities throughout the cast. The one character I am concerned about writing sensitively is a gay man who happens to live in an area where he could face huge consequences for his sexuality if anyone found out about it.

So in his personal story, though there are plenty of other events going on that he is part of, being gay is a big source of conflict for him as in, it is seen a sinful in their religion, etc and something he thinks about frequently. In your opinion, is it insensitive to write a character whose sexuality plays a role of conflict in their lives? This happens in our world, of course, but I do not want to to appear to my readers to be someone who thinks that this is the only way the sexuality of a non-straight person can be perceived.

I have several other characters who are non-straight who live in different areas and therefore do not have these issues. I myself identify as genderqueer, so being sensitive and inclusive is very important to me. I'm just a regular non-gay person here who is interested in writing a gay character. I just read your article, and its really insightful, although I didn't know there were stereotypes for gay people. I wanted to ask "Should there be a specific ratio of gay: I'm writing an mpreg fanfic where the focus is on a gay couple.

I get a lot of feedback saying that while I obviously didn't mean it, some scenes sound transphobic or homophobic. At one look at the characters, you know that both are slim and muscular, but I want to emphasize that Guy A is more please no offense here!!

I usually say "hips like a girl" or "slightly feminine" to get this across. He's also got certain attributes that allow him to bear children but not change his gender identity from male.

Even with all this, I still am pretty sure that I make it clear that he's as much of a man as Guy B, who's broad-shouldered and tall. I also got a lot of smack for a line that said "Do you want to play the girl?

A lot of people told me that this is "straightening" the relationship and saying that all gay people should be straight, which horrified me I hate that that phrase has that duel meaning! A line reading "We'll make you a girl so we can really be mates" I see how insensitive that is now in context is an AU where A and B are mermen and are discussing what they could do to improve their mating.

B wondered if they could be human to do it and have real sex and A replied with the above line, based off the definition of sex and mates where the boy goes in the girl yadda yadda yadda trying to keep it G.

I get now that it came across as transphobic and homophobic and I changed it so a detail later mentioned is brought up: I just really want to get rid of these mistakes, improve my writing, and stop offending people I should be close to. I really want to learn the right way to do an mpreg without people telling me that I'm "womanizing" Guy A and putting a straight feel on the relationship. Like, there is 3 lesbian heroines, 2 bi villains, 2 gay minor character and a genderfluid hero.

And it's not about homophobia, it's because I don't connect well with LG pairings. So no way,even if it's for the sake of reflecting real life, I wouldn't write them in. Thanks for writing and sharing. I only joined the fanfiction bandwagon late last year and it's been a real learning curve writing gay characters! The only thing to do is keep writing with the mindset to improve.

Articles like these really do help that process. There's only one episode so far and yet they had me fall in love with him. He's hilarious and fashionable and a punk rocker, which is something slightly new. The actor, Thomas Dekker, is gay as well and he is not the stereotypical type of gay man.

He's also a thief, ex-drug dealer and ex-prostitute, and he is a fence as well as an "underground information getter. The writers weren't planning on putting him in every episode but then they filmed episode one and he did such a fantastic job and was such an exquisite and great character that they vowed to have him in every episode!

Now, I'm not for the gay movement, but I have no problem with the people. Not anti-gay, just pro-family despite gay families becoming more common. Some of the best and most unique people and characters identify as gay or bi lesbians seem to come up less often.

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Sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account. Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites. Anyway, as a straight person, I just want to make sure that I am not offensive or simply benighted in general. An african american brother and sister lesbian , the sister's girlfriend, and an immortal it kinda makes sense in context.

Since I have a limited cast of characters is it okay that the two lesbians are in a relationship? I want them to be in a healthy and dedicated relationship from the start so it's not like I'm throwing them together halfway through and its not a major point of conflict in the plot, just a thing that is and part of the reason the three mortals are doing heists together "family business" kinda deal. I really enjoyed this article. I really do like where this novel is going, but I do realize that I'm drifting very close to cliche zones.

Any thoughts or advice? What should I do? I write Star Wars: The Clone Wars fanfics, and I had the idea for a gay clone named Zapp. I really loved the idea, but I had no idea where to start. As I introduce them, I get ideas. I was writing about this one girl, who I decided to make LGBT, and all of a sudden as I started writing about her more and more, I decided to hint at her betrayal to the main character.

She said a specific line when I first introduced her and as I thought about her death, I decided for her to repeat that line which just so happened to hint at her sexuality but at the time she meant it as a joke.

She's not there for comedic relief or anything like that. She's one of a few LGBT characters I have planned but so far, she's the only lesbian saying that she's not bi or anything. Must I keep her alive simply for this reason? It's not like I made her lesbian just so I can kill her off. She is a character that I decided to kill off who happens to be lesbian. I feel like even if there's a good amount of representation, people will still get mad if a minority gets killed off.

I've been working on a YA fantasy novel for years I took a break to write nonfiction and at some point realised I had to stop writing a story and let me characters tell me who they were. Doing it this way has added years on but I think it's worth it to wait them out.

Recently one of my main characters revealed she is gay and though it's not central to the story, it's central to one of her decisions and so I don't want to shortchange her story at all.

Thanks again for the general guidance. However, both the characters I'm writing are both lesbian but don't really acknowledge their sexuality until their first kiss. Should my characters know and fully embrace their sexuality before they meet or should I wait till they kiss to have them really think about who they are and their relationship? During the climax of my movie, a non-binary angel will come in and kill off every victim starting with the bisexual lady.

I'm about to start writing a fanfic about a female villain who is a lesbian. How can I write her in a way as to not fall into the 'evil gay' cliche? Should I write other gay characters? I just want to write this while being as respectful as possible. However, when it comes to writing my own stories I often struggle with just these things. I've decided to try a different approach this time by trying to mention the sexuality of my protagonists only once. There will be no pregnancy for either one of them.

But they will struggle with the fact that one of them wants children, while the other doesn't. I really want to reach the hearts of women like me, who don't want their sexuality to define everything about their character.

If you have any more tips for me, they would be greatly apprectiated. You mentioned dead gays being an overused cliche. In my story i'll have two gay main characters and i'm killing one to create a conflict that spurs the other main character to find a solution to the apocalypse sooner as a sort of revenge for the others sacrifice. You are indulging in disturbing negative stereotypes.

Another thing I wanted to ask about is how do I bring up the character is gay and not sound like on pandering or being insensitive? Did gay men hates lesbians?? I am currently writing a fantasy story. I am running into trouble writing the origin story of this goddess.

The idea I had in mind, VERY briefly, was that there was once a princess who fell in love with a female unicorn. At some point, someone tries to kill the princess by shooting her with an arrow.

The unicorn leaps up to save the princess from the arrow. The arrow ends up going through the unicorn and still piercing the princess but, instead of dying, the unicorn and the princess magically fuse together and ascend into divinity as the Goddess of Love. Is this too close to the "dead gays" trope? I'm writing a YA epic fantasy and I want to encapsulate the spectrum of human experience and in order to do that properly I feel I should portray all types of people.

Any suggestions on the balance between religion and homosexuality? However, she has to bite the bullet for the sake of her species she's a werewolf, and the source of magickal power needs to be reborn or they can no longer shapeshift,and due to circumstance she's the only one who could.

At no time does she think "oh my I really glad I did have children. I'm a changed woman and now I also like dick. She's not masculine except in that she likes fighting and hunting, and otherwise would be considered more femme than butch. So that doesn't fall into any stereotypes, right? I have thought about many of these things quite a bit. I am writing a high fantasy novel in which there are several fictional nations, each with their own culture. In some, being non-straight is a huge issue, in others, not an issue at all.

I have characters of many different sexualities throughout the cast. The one character I am concerned about writing sensitively is a gay man who happens to live in an area where he could face huge consequences for his sexuality if anyone found out about it. So in his personal story, though there are plenty of other events going on that he is part of, being gay is a big source of conflict for him as in, it is seen a sinful in their religion, etc and something he thinks about frequently.

In your opinion, is it insensitive to write a character whose sexuality plays a role of conflict in their lives? This happens in our world, of course, but I do not want to to appear to my readers to be someone who thinks that this is the only way the sexuality of a non-straight person can be perceived. I have several other characters who are non-straight who live in different areas and therefore do not have these issues. I myself identify as genderqueer, so being sensitive and inclusive is very important to me.

I'm just a regular non-gay person here who is interested in writing a gay character. I just read your article, and its really insightful, although I didn't know there were stereotypes for gay people. I wanted to ask "Should there be a specific ratio of gay: I'm writing an mpreg fanfic where the focus is on a gay couple. I get a lot of feedback saying that while I obviously didn't mean it, some scenes sound transphobic or homophobic.

At one look at the characters, you know that both are slim and muscular, but I want to emphasize that Guy A is more please no offense here!! I usually say "hips like a girl" or "slightly feminine" to get this across. He's also got certain attributes that allow him to bear children but not change his gender identity from male.

Even with all this, I still am pretty sure that I make it clear that he's as much of a man as Guy B, who's broad-shouldered and tall. I also got a lot of smack for a line that said "Do you want to play the girl? A lot of people told me that this is "straightening" the relationship and saying that all gay people should be straight, which horrified me I hate that that phrase has that duel meaning! A line reading "We'll make you a girl so we can really be mates" I see how insensitive that is now in context is an AU where A and B are mermen and are discussing what they could do to improve their mating.

B wondered if they could be human to do it and have real sex and A replied with the above line, based off the definition of sex and mates where the boy goes in the girl yadda yadda yadda trying to keep it G.

I get now that it came across as transphobic and homophobic and I changed it so a detail later mentioned is brought up: I just really want to get rid of these mistakes, improve my writing, and stop offending people I should be close to. I really want to learn the right way to do an mpreg without people telling me that I'm "womanizing" Guy A and putting a straight feel on the relationship.

Like, there is 3 lesbian heroines, 2 bi villains, 2 gay minor character and a genderfluid hero. And it's not about homophobia, it's because I don't connect well with LG pairings.

So no way,even if it's for the sake of reflecting real life, I wouldn't write them in. Thanks for writing and sharing. I only joined the fanfiction bandwagon late last year and it's been a real learning curve writing gay characters! The only thing to do is keep writing with the mindset to improve.

Articles like these really do help that process. There's only one episode so far and yet they had me fall in love with him. He's hilarious and fashionable and a punk rocker, which is something slightly new.

The actor, Thomas Dekker, is gay as well and he is not the stereotypical type of gay man. He's also a thief, ex-drug dealer and ex-prostitute, and he is a fence as well as an "underground information getter. The writers weren't planning on putting him in every episode but then they filmed episode one and he did such a fantastic job and was such an exquisite and great character that they vowed to have him in every episode!

Now, I'm not for the gay movement, but I have no problem with the people. Not anti-gay, just pro-family despite gay families becoming more common. Some of the best and most unique people and characters identify as gay or bi lesbians seem to come up less often.

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