I did it peeps. I tried my hand at writing m/m, but I went big. *coughs*
See I have this problem. When I'm not sure what to do, I go big. I did it with the very first contract I got. A Dangerous Game was a menage, f/m/f. To be honest, I didn't have a clue what I was doing. I just knew what I saw in my head and wrote it. Along the way, I have learned new things and have honed and trained myself to take everything a step at a time.
I threw my training out the window with Always and Forever, my m/m/m/m short. Yes peeps you are reading that right. I went big. I ran with the big dogs. Why? Because it was fun.
It's not all just a naughty romp in the hay, although...*weg* it is pretty naughty, I have a story in there. My men actually love each other. They have a relationship. Yes, all four of them.
I can hear some of you saying, but Ashley, why four? My answer for you would be, why not? Why do we need to conform to some social standard that says a relationship consists of two people, not multiple? I think as long as everyone is of accord, then it is their decision. What they do in their bedroom is their business, not their business and ours. You like your privacy, so respect theirs.
True, this is a just a story, but it goes deeper than that. We as a society have become so bashful when it comes to sex and relationships. It seems that we are so fixated on what everyone else is doing instead of what we're doing. Let's get something straight peeps. We don't have the right to tell someone how to believe or how to act. We don't have the right to tell someone what they feel for another person, whether gay, straight, bi-sexual, transgender, or pan-sexual. We are who we are. Nothing more, nothing less.
Why can't we be happy for anyone who finds love? Why is love so wrong? Better yet, why is being happy so wrong?
I don't know peeps, maybe I'm opening a can of worms here with what I am saying. Who cares though, right? I mean if we don't stand up for ourselves, who will?
So yeah, I wrote a story about these guys who love each other. They're in this relationship with each other and you know what, I'd do it again. Because at the end of the day, love is all that matters. Not sexual preference, not gender, or race. It's people coming together, bonding and forming relationships. That's what makes the world go round.
Am I too idealistic? Am I too hopeful? Maybe. But, I can always dream, right peeps?
Until next time.