NEW STORY: "Eleventeen," by Nicolette Kittinger
Today at The Fiction Circus, it's time for a little sex ed, courtesy of Nicolette Kittinger and her tawdry and terrifying short story "Eleventeen."

We aren't going to dally around with the basics, such as how a penis gets hard...

Or how many holes girls have...

We are going to skip right to advanced study: why you should never have sex with a wolf.

I know it sounds like fun:

"When the two are about to mate, they bond, sleeping close and touching each other more and more. They will approach each other making quiet whining sounds, mouth each others muzzles, touch noses, and bump there bodies together. There may be mutual grooming and nibbling of each other's coats and the two may walk pressed close together. The Male may bow to the female, toss and tilt his head, and lay his legs over her neck in what could only be described as a flirting manner. The two may even sleep side by side."

"As the courtship progresses, the male will smell the genital region of the female to determine her readiness to mate, his tongue flicking in and out, testing the air for traces of her sex hormones, If she is not sexually receptive, she will repel the male with growls and snaps of her jaws."

"Right before copulation, the alpha pair might act jubilant by nuzzling, whipping tails in each others faces, and even urinating. This is when the actual bliss comes in by the alpha female releasing her sex hormones.Every Male in the pack reacts to this, even the male pups. As you might already know, wolves copulate like dogs, the male mounting the female from behind. During mating, an actual physical tie occurs caused by swelling in the alpha male's penis and constriction in the female's vaginal wall. After about five minutes the male will stops and twists around so the two are end to end. (This may be were the actual exchange of sperm is.) The two will still be in a tie up to a half an hour."

(from "Wolf reproduction, bonding and mating" at

But what the internet doesn't tell you is that it is NOT FUN.

That's what we're here for at the Fiction Circus. Firsthand experience. Accounts. Witnesses. The higher, stranger truth.

So turn your lights down low, get comfortable, get some privacy, and enjoy "Eleventeen."

Don't forget to lock your door!

Posted by miracle on Tue, 26 Jan 2010 13:53:50 -0500 -- permanent link

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