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It’s not like this blog gets a lot of traffic. But one post is a guaranteed view-getter: Sex and My Mother-in-Law.  While admittedly there are words like XXX and orgy in the post, it’s not about that at all. I think it’s a humorous and also touching piece about love, marriage and my relationship with my former mother-in-law. In fact, I’m quite proud of it.

So, without trying to sound too judgmental, I have to shake my head a bit when I see the search terms that get people to my lovely little story. Things like “sex with my mother-in-law” and “mother-in-law hot sex” and “mother-in-law sex stories” and lots of other sometimes more explicit stuff like that. I’m sure you get the picture. (In fact, I realize I’m risking hits on those terms by just writing this, but I figure I’m already getting that traffic so what the heck.)

What I can’t help wondering is whether any of these people looking for hot, juicy stories actually wind up reading what I wrote. I’ve never gotten one comment and yet the post has had hundreds of views just in the last 30 days. Do they all walk away disappointed? And is that a good thing or not?

My fantasy is that someone who is all primed for porn sees my post, reads it, and is charmed by the story. And at that moment realizes he (or she) would rather go be romantic with their mate. Or simply go read a good book or watch the Game Show Network. I told you it was a fantasy.

It’s not that I’m against erotica. In fact, I once helped write an article for a constitutional lawyer defending people’s first amendment rights to produce totally legal erotic materials. But seriously…your own MOTHER-IN-LAW? What’s up with that?

Uh…come to think of it, I probably should rephrase that last question. But I won’t.

BTW…to all the accidental visitors who got here hoping for something very different, I’d like to borrow a phrase from one of my spammers:

Sorry (

Now go hug your spouse for goodness sake!


NOTE as of 4/15/2013:  I finally decided to remove the post for good. I tried bringing it back, but just couldn’t take a stats chart overflowing with those terms and not much else. Also hated to think about all those disappointed people not wanting anything else my little PG blog has to offer!


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November 24, 2007 by Ronnie Ann