Presidential Election Day Blues | #ErectionDay2016

Do we really need another literary category subcategory? Why not, smutpunkists? by Emme Hor There are so many literary ‘punks’ these days that it just seems like a buzzword to use in the new age of selling books via keywords. Imagine the Classics: Lolita (Old Man Young Vixen Daddy Age Play Series) or Hamlet (DubCon Paranormal 15th Century Murder/Suicide Crime Thriller Mystery Royalty & Aristocrats), or even Star Wars (Metaphysical and Visionary Galactic Empire Space Marine Clones Incenstuous Paranormal Space Soap Opera Dystopian Sci-Fi Series). So everybody is trying to get on the algorithm’s good sides with creative keyword use, and you now have categories upon categories with subcategories inside categories. Frankly, it has become a mess. If you like muck, then you’re in heaven searching for a book on amazon. If you don’t, you type in your favorite keywords and you’re on with it. So now you have steampunk, cyberpunk, splatterpunk, and a bunch of punks to help you sort through the mess and find something cool and unique that you like. Well, add smutpunk to the list. Smutpunk, really? That sounds awful. Strangely, though, the new term applies to work that isn't bad. It’s erotica with plot that mixes forms from such varied sources as magic realism, science fiction, and Asian kung fu movies. In the same way most other punks use some common thing to glue them together, smutpunk uses the most basic protein of all to create its own panspermia universe, mixing pop-culture, erotica, the Cthulhu mythos, Far East legends, and Non-Western spirituality with Science Fiction, Pulp, and Silver-Age-Comic era elements into a head spinning, ball-busting good time. The idea behind it, formulated originally by Moctezuma Johnson and Callie Press, is to make erotica stand up on its own even if you remove the sex (which these writers admit they sometimes forget to provide) because the plots have other equally important elements. In Halloween 2015 Callie Press’s Butterface was highly-lauded, and Moctezuma Johnson’s Battle for Alien Relish has recently been featured as a kind of B-movie classic on WTF Friday. Smutpunk is just beginning and has only scratched the surface of the its full potential like a Sith lord just beginning to use the dark side for tripping her friends and giggling. Get on the slippery bandwagon and have a taste. Type Smutpunk into Amazon and see what new worlds you get.

Presidential Election Day 2016 – Yikes!

Well, all our worse fears have been stirred up by some serious asshole politics. Most voters no little more than a few sounds bytes, memes, or twitter posts. Very few Americans have a the complex understanding of politics and social justice that we would like. Even the Republican candidate has a very meager grasp on the issues. That said, it’s quite a depressing day and we could really use a little pick me up.

What will help turn this day from such an awful day to something a little more positive? Why SMUTPUNK, of course.

If you want to immerse yourself in politics you can choose from three political satires, two by me and one by Callie Press.

The Presidential Election Satires:

Dump The Futa President

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and Poca Hotits and T. Ronald Dump Sing Dixie 

You may want to just leave the erection behind and have a little fun on the Moctezuma Event or the Erection Day Event.

The main problem with this presidential election, as Genevieve Greene says, is that somebody will be elected. Personally, I think America needs a timeout and to sit in the corner for a few months until everybody calms down.