Black Teenagers : The Big Erotica Author Zane

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  1. EbonyQueen06

    EbonyQueen06 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Me I'm big fan of Zane! I've read Heartseekers, Choclate Flavor, Skyscrapper, The Sex Chronicles I would like to know what do u think about young people reading these books. Is it good that people my age are reading or is it bad that teens might be getting ideas from her?
     
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    If you're not old enough to look at porn, then you are not old enough to read novels like that.
     
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    Ught.. ohh.. ebony queen my sista.. i see that we are both from hampton roads va.. * whats up my sista*
    I ll be the first one to respond of courtesy...
    I think that thes books are great for the older teens.. like 17+... but really it can end up damaging the younger ones... because these books display sex so graphically.. but it does not show you the damage that comes of this behaviour. and it glorifies sex.. without showing the reprocussions.

    btw.. menchville.. warwick? or debiegh?

     
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    young people can read? :slobber:
     
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    below age of 17 could be a little raw but over all a learning thing to
    what sexuality is and like .......
     
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    for real smh
     
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    to poetic i go to Heritage
     
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    There are two things real obvious here…one is that this young sister is under the age of 17 and the other is, she has already read the books! ….And since there’s no reverse button to life….So to you sister EbonyQueen, how do you feel or see the world differently after you’ve read these books…what is your take on what you feel about his type of, I perceive sexual content…maybe your older sisters here can dispel some of the myths for you.
     
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    Growing up, I always had my nose in a book. I started to read African American Realistic Fiction, I'd say in about 9th grade. I read Sister Soujah's 'The Coldest Winter Ever' and I got much out of the book...along with many other AARF books.. There were a few sexually explicit scenes in the book but Soujah has nothing on Zane.

    I read my 1st Zane book in about 11th grade. I must say it did make me even more intruged about sex then I already was at the age of 15/16 years old.. As Poetic mentioned Zane, and others, graphically glorifies sex. And the way it is detailed and expounded on it will only make you (as a young teen) more fascinated and engrossed.. Leaving you wanting to experience the rush she wrote about..

    In response to SunShip, I didn't really see the world differently.. It was more like an eye opener.. I came into the realization of many things.. to say the least
     
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    Me it made me see life sexually differently. The books I've read very wild and visual. Some of them had good intention like heartseekers did and had a good meaning to it. But it's like wow! Do people really do these things? Or u can do all this? It made me curious and sometimes it help me control my hormones when I needed it. Rather than having sex I read about it. But it make sex seem more exciting and interesting kind of like a fairy tale
     
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