I’m hopeful that some of the writers from the Indian Outlaw ASN Board will post some of their stories here.
Readerman is currently writing a series and I’d be honored if he chose this site as a spot to share his work. But I can’t promise that anyone will actually want to post their work here.
I can promise that Kinsey Bay (my writing alias) will post stories to the site.
I already have one story posted. It’s actually the first and only naked in public story I’ve ever written.
It’s about Jennifer Lawrence deciding to go naked to the Oscars. The short version of the story is that I was inspired by a photoshopped image of – you guessed it – Jennifer Lawrence… naked at the Oscars.
I wanted to bring the photo to life with a storyline and what I intended to be a fairly short tale spiraled out of control into a novel length story that still technically isn’t complete, even though she is Naked at the Oscars at the end of my latest update.
It’s classic ENF, OON, CMNF stuff. And totally one of the strangest/uncomfortable things I’ve ever made myself write.
What can I say. I let my imagination run wild.
Here are some of the lovely comments I received from readers on the ASN board about that story.
This is something very unexpected – intellectual erotica. It’s not something I recall ever seeing before. We’ve had very smart and clever stuff from the likes of Jappio for example, but this manages to delve deep into ideas of feminism and art vs porn. It’s very high-minded yet still very sexy and, maybe most impressively, not at all contrived. And the characters are extremely believable, even more astonishing since Jennifer is a real person we’re all familiar with. Truly shaping up to be a masterpiece.April 7, 2018 by Red
This story is brilliant!!!! It’s the best sory about nudity in public I have read in years.First, the characters and settings are very well defined and explained. The pace of the novel is slow but that’s perfect because every chapter is meaningful. I also love how the main character evolves and instead of being blackmailed she makes her own decisions.My favourite episode so far is the one with Greta’s performance. It is so powerful and is so well wrtitten. You could have made a great story only with that.April 7, 2018 by Markus
I have to admit that I passed over your storyba number of times reading the other story posts, but once I got started I’ve been hooked, great story, great characters, well done on your backround reality bits, and sexy as hell, I can totally see this all happening thru her eyes!June 11, 2018 by Michael
This story is simply fantastic. I love it is not fast-paced but instead delves fully and thoughtfully into the feelings of the characters (especially Jennifer) and explores their motivations and interactions.
The conversation with the producers is perfectly plausible and the dialogue with Emma is perfect (especially the moment when Jennifer undresses in front of her friend).
I also love that after the conversation with her friend Jennifer has second thoughts about her decision but when trying on the dress she supposedly will wear to the ceremony she doubts herself again.
The only snag for me would be the decision to go with heels if she finally goes au naturel to the ceremony. Bare feet are a symbol of rebellion and feminism against the rule that you have to wear heels on the red carpet. Julia Roberts, Kristen Stewart, Cameron Diaz or Shailene Woodley have walked barefoot along the red carpet and have been praised for this act of rebellion. I hope Darren thinks the same and convinces Jennifer to enjoy the pleasure of wiggling her toes in the red carpet.
Anyway, thanks for your story, Kinsey Bay.Feb 8, 2019 by Anonymous
This story is truly fantastic. You’ve managed to perfectly flesh out these real celebrities into fully realized characters. You’ve nailed Jennifer’s voice as well as her motivations and relationships. It feels like we’ve gotten an insider look into her life and world. I almost have to wonder if you actually are Jennifer Lawrence 😉
The argument between Jennifer and Emma is especially masterfully done. It’s thrilling to read, and is filled with little nuances that make it utterly believable as a heated argument between best friends. Not only that, but you’ve managed to pretty comprehensively examine two radically different types of feminism.
And you’ve really made an absurd premise amazingly believable by tackling the absurdity head on. It’s nothing short of brilliant. You are truly a gifted writer, and not just by the standards of erotic internet story boards but compared to any bestselling author.Feb 7, 2019 by Red
I cannot tell you how much I am enjoying this story. I can see Jennifer Lawrence doing and saying everything described in her two interviews. And you nailed those feelings of being the only naked person in a crowd.
I would love for Jennifer Lawrence to somehow read this and learn her reaction to it.Feb 14, 2019 by NakedDan
After shamelessly sharing that confidence-boosting praise, I guess I’ll give an update to the few people that are waiting for a conclusion to that story. I’m not sure when I’ll continue that series. I have more outlined but it’s a lot of work to write it all out (the story is already full novel length) and there are other stories with original characters that I want to tackle.
In fact, I’m actively working on three different stories when I have enough time to sit down and write.
Kinsey Bay Stories
The first one is called Mailgirls and Muses. It’s about an underachieving young writer working for a website similar to Buzzfeed being given a rare chance to interview dozens of working mailgirls across the country and capture their stories.
Mailgirl stories in general thus far have featured women that fit a very specific profile (tall white supermodels, pretty much) which little deviation. Each chapter of Mailgirls and Muses will focus on a different woman, and there will be profiles of mailgirls of varying sizes, shapes, colors, and backgrounds as I examine why these women have all been stripped and reduced to naked office workers.
The other mailgirl story I’m working on is called The Mailgirl’s Advocate and is set in the same chronology of Mailgirls and Muses, about half a year prior to those events.
That story is about the fight between politicians, lobbyists, activists and corporations over the mailgirl issue. Heh, that sounds boring, right? So I’ll add that it is a mailgirl story that isn’t actually about mailgirls. It’s about a very reluctant, very naked female politician. And it will fit comfortably in the permanude category. There. Sound more fun?
The two novel length Mailgirl stories will eventually intersect.
Both stories were heavily inspired by Lizstanton8181 and Seahawk76 (and Slice Reality, over on Deviantart) and I’m hoping to further explore and expand on a vision of what would actually happen if companies were allowed to seduce or trap their workers into becoming naked office workers. That will be my contribution to the ongoing Mailgirl Universe.
Beyond Mailgirl stuff, I have an original story that I’ve been working on for a bit that will take place at a fictional prestigious college in the northeast (basically not-Yale).
The focus of this one will be the secret societies (like the real life Skull and Bones) of old northeast American colleges and their efforts to maintain a secret decades-long tradition of theirs involving naked college girls and sports that is being threatened due to modern sensibilities.
The story asks what happens when you mix uber elites obsessed with ancient Greek Olympic games and ambitious nude college girls lathered in olive oil. You get Yankee Girls. There will be plenty of ENF, OON, CMNF action, as well as a deep dive into a friendship between the four women that will be at the center of the story.
I have other shorter stories I’m working on as well but I don’t want to over promise and under deliver. So for now, I’ll just stick to these three stories. I have full outlines on them and several thousand words written already. I look forward to sharing them.
Interviews and Promotion? Possibly?
This community has so many talented writers and artists, with various perspectives and stories to tell. There is also a growing commercial sector for ENF/Naked Fiction on places like amazon. Over the last year I’ve purchased content from Naked Dan, Cammie Conte, Jessica Tang Von Harper, rsw, P.A. Chow, S.J. Miranda, and Kara Bryn, among others.
I love that there is a growing space for published work (and audiobooks!, I live for audiobooks on my long commutes). And I think it would be cool to interview some of these amazing authors and help promote their work to more potential readers.
But I’m not only interested in officially published authors, there are so many talented writers from the ASN Storyboard that have not yet published stories that I’d be just as interested in profiling and promoting.
I love that this community is growing. I’d love even more if this site could help with that.
To put it out there, outside of me freely promoting writers of this genre, I have no plans at all to allow any online advertising on this site. Above all else, this is a quiet and friendly place for writers to share their work and readers to read and offer feedback. It’ll stay like that.
What Happens After Next Year?
It isn’t cheap to run and maintain a site, and it takes a lot of time and energy. Indian Outlaw spoke about the financial and time responsibilities, and while it didn’t scare me off (this site existing proves that), it did ground me in caution as I try to make this work.
I paid up the domain and hosting services for the next year and I’m fully committed to investing even more in faster hosting, if the demand for this site justifies it.
I’m going to post my stories here and give it my best shot as an Admin to make this site work. But the rest will be up to the visitors of this site.
The time/financial investment will prove worth it if the demand is there. If there is consistent engagement and site traffic by the time next summer rolls around and I’m no longer just talking to myself in posts, then I’ll renew the services and consider the project/experiment a success. I’ll look into purchasing more domain names and adding features/upgrading the site.
But I can’t promise I won’t pull the plug if there is no demand. If that happens, it won’t be sudden or announced at the last minute. I’ll be in constant communication with visitors to the site and authors that choose to submit stories to this site. Push comes to shove, I’ll even try to pass off Admin responsibilities over if someone else wants to operate the site to keep it from dying.
This is my best attempt to help keep a community alive after a much loved site closed its doors. That site ran for 20+ years. If we can even be half as successful, I’ll be very happy.
Either way the next year should be fun. Looking forward to the adventure.