September always feels like “back to school” even though I have been out of the classroom for many a moon. This is a strange year for those back to school vibes, considering the state of the world, so for the #Write Big Sexy Words – September Edition we are going with an academic theme; think Hogwart’s or Dead Poet’s Society, but sexier (and only with consenting adults!).

Maybe it’s because I’m a bit of a nerd, or because my own university education was very post modern, both in content and aesthetics, but I am so drawn to the look and feel and fantasy of the Ivy League aesthetic, (don’t get me started on the politics, privilege and inherent sexism, classism and racism of the academic institution as a whole!). I can easily get lost in a fantasy fictional world filled with crisp autumn days, Gothic architecture, and the smell of books. It’s also not a big leap to racier plots like being bent over a desk by a seductive professor, being inducted into a sexy secret society. The possibilities are endless.

Fiction isn’t the only appeal with #Write Big Sexy Words – September Edition: write what you know or share opinions on academia – all topics are welcome. The words I’ve chosen for the #Write Big Sexy Words – September Edition are a bit more challenging and obscure than the August words. In the spirit of focus and rigour, two things I know I personally need more of with my writing practice, I chose terms that will hopefully inspire and delight and be easily woven into all the filthy, sexy pieces you’re writing this month!

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It couldn’t be easier: on the first of the month, each month, I share a blog post containing 9 big sexy words and their definitions, along with examples that use them in an erotic context. Feel free to use the words and phrases as writing or photo prompts or simply as a resource to bolster your vocabulary and add some new words to your already brilliant creative ideas.

This Month’s Words

adjective stringent strict, precise, or exacting Professor Smith, despite her friendly demeanor, was the university’s most stringent faculty member
adjective erudite having or showing great knowledge or learning. With a photographic memory and perfect test scores, Jane was an erudite elitist with a taste for the kind of girls who spent a lot of time in libraries.
adjective collegiate belonging or relating to a college or its students. The collegiate feel of the old library was the perfect backdrop to their little smut film.
verb chide to scold or rebuke. James’ cheeks flush crimson as his history professor chides him for being late again.
verb pledge promise to join (a fraternity or sorority). Gale saw the social currency of the girls that pledged a sorority and she wanted that for herself; she would do anything to belong.
verb fraternize associate or form a friendship with someone, especially when one is not supposed to. There was no denying his desire to fraternize with the young women from his lectures. He was a letch, a pervert, a predator.
noun comeuppance a punishment or fate that someone deserves. The term ended for Rachel with her nose to the chalkboard and her bare bottom exposed to the lecture hall. Her comeuppance was complete, but had she learned her lesson?
noun authority the power to influence others, especially because of one’s commanding manner or one’s recognized knowledge about something. The authority that Mx. O’Connor held was absolute. Ze was feared and adored in equal measure by hir students.
noun coterie a small group of people with shared interests or tastes, especially one that is exclusive of other people. They liked to think of their coterie as a secret society, a lesbian coven that pulled the strings at their university and puppet mastered the social hierarchy to fit their goals of overthrowing the academic institution.

 

How to Play Along with the# WriteBigSexyWords – September Edition
Check out the #WBSW page here and read up on the rules and grab the badge (or copy and paste from the badge below). Then use one or more of the words for this month in a written piece or as inspiration for an image and link back to this post (using the linky tool below)

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