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Women’s Writing Group Release XXX-rated Sex Story to Rival Fifty Shades of Grey

Posted on the 11 February 2015 by 72point @72hub

NEWS COPY – WITH PICTURES – by Liam Corcoran and Izzy Ferris

NOTE EXPLICIT LANGUAGE BELOW

A WI group has stirred up passions in a sleepy country town by publishing a steamy XXX-rated sex story to rival Fifty Shades of Grey.

The Monumental Women’s Writing Group put together a compilation of their own short stories to raise funds for a cancer charity.

They include an ordinary assortment of poems and crime, horror and autobiographical fiction.

But the final story is an X-rated bodice ripper that would leave Fifty Shades author EL James blushing.

“The Conquering Gibraltarian Adonis” even comes with an 18-plus warning to readers before they turn the page.

It says: “Read no further if you are of a delicate disposition or think you may be offended by the contents of what follows.”

The three-page story then describes a couple called Mariah and Clive, who are are reunited when Clive returns from sea.

They have been trying to conceive for two years and on his return engage in a raunchy romp on their kitchen worktops.

The graphic account describes how “his balls were throbbing” and “his huge penis was engorged” and refers to “little swimmers” and a “nice tight pussy.”

Another racy extract says: “He put his arms around her waist from behind and gently gyrated his massive schlong against her lovely wide buttocks.”

It continues: “Mariah was excited and had become very moist between her legs. She could feel his bulging manhood rubbing against her thigh.”

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The compilation is the work of eleven women who all met at their local WI in Wellington, Somerset.

They call themselves Monumental Women’s Ink after the Wellington Monument which can be seen from the M5.

But the erotic tale has become a bit of a whodunnit as the identity of the steamy writer is being kept secret.

Other extracts in the book include: “She could feel her excitement mounting as he gently fondled her breasts.

“The tempo of their passion escalated. He couldn’t wait for his ‘oats’ any longer. His balls were throbbing and his huge penis was engorged. Fit to burst.

“She wanted it so badly and he was so deliciously hard. She loved the way his balls banged against her as he deeply thrusted. Mariah could not resist any longer.”

Some locals say the novel is the last thing they would expect from the WI.

Enid Ray said: “Really one does not expect such smut from a group of women involved in the WI.

“I was wholly shocked when I read this section of ‘Monumental Women’s Ink’.

“The language involved was really was not at all what I expected. I can’t believe they had the nerve to print it.”

Bridget Hodges, 63, a retired writer who runs the group which started a year ago, defended their decision to include erotica.

She said: “What we started doing was just a different style or genre every month.

“About a month ago we decided to put it together as a book. It’s taken off from there really.

“When Fifty Shades came out we talked about it quite a bit. We thought we would all have a go.

“Some didn’t seem very keen. It’s not for the faint-hearted.

“When we put together the book, they all agreed that we should include it, so we put one of the stories in.

“The funny thing is, she wasn’t even there the evening we picked her story.”

Bridget added: “She doesn’t want anyone to know it was her. She said her gran would be furious.

“The reaction has been very positive. We can’t see why it shouldn’t be in there. We are raising money and it is a bit of fun.

“We have talked about doing another book. You never know if we might do another raunchy chapter.”

Stacy Faulkner, 50, who sells the book from her shop, Nurtured by Nature, in Wellington, Somerset, said that the erotica did not bother her.

She said: “Erica Bond came in and said ‘I don’t know if you want to sell this because the last chapter is a bit raunchy’.

“I’ve been reading the book – I read the last chapter first though. It’s interesting. I can see why some of the older ladies are kicking up a fuss.

“But there is no issue with it. It’s just a bit of fun. I have 12 more but they said they can bring more around if I sell out.

“I’ve never sold anything like it before, but it’s supporting the Women’s Institute and the Beacon Centre. If it’s a local project, we will support it.”

The 75-page book is being sold for #4 book to raise funds for Musgrove Park Hospital’s Beacon Centre for cancer treatment.

So far 150 copies have been sold with a further 50 on the way.

To buy a copy of the book or to donate to the cause visit the group’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/monumentalwomensink.

ENDS


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