Derry, Northern Ireland

Derry, Northern Ireland
A book I'm working on is set in this town.

Monday, July 7, 2014

Careful...too much fun being had... I've got a dealer named Chase in Carli's Kills. College preppy guy with a kick-ass SUV who handles only pot and pills for the Greek House boys and girls and thinks he's hot shit. I even found the perfect photo representation of him.
He didn't have anything to do with what happened to Carli's sister, but he's supplied by Dax's Carli interrogates him. He's who gives her the final rendition of what happened that least, enough for her to figure out, since he wasn't actually there.

Well, just to be wicked, I decided to pull an homage to the shower scene in Psycho, but it's Carli with a gun instead of mamma with a knife who rips open the curtain. And she questions Chase as he's tied, naked, to a chair, dripping wet. Threatening his manhood with a loop of piano wire.

I want it to be goofy and creepy and funny and obnoxious and everything. Which is probably way too much, but I can always scale it back.

And keep it in the book. Which will be a LOT kinkier, OMG will it...

I've always wondered if women are interested in seeing men threatened with sexual violence. I know most slash fiction, a lot of which includes male on male rape of well-known TV and film characters, is written by women. And there's a whole sub-culture of sexual assault by tentacle, against both males and females, that is practically devoured in Asia. So maybe women are after a little payback of their own.

We've had a century of violence against women on film, and very little in reverse. Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! is one of the few examples of male and female roles being turned on their heads. Maybe this would go over big in Japan...and freak the Talibangelical preachers out in Arkansas and Kansas.

Amazing where your research will take you, and the crazy-assed ideas you'll get from it.

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