Novels, Novellas, and Short Stories Depicting Underage Sexual Activity

I want to compile a list of all fiction depicting sexually explicit coduct involving fictional minors. The purpose of it is to shut up those who say fiction depicting minors is illegal in the USA, as these novels have been published and sold by reputable companies or websites. Here goes my own list, feel free to add your own items below:

“It” by Stephen King
“Haunted” by Palahniuk
“Blood and guts in high school” by Kathy Acker
“120 days of Sodom” by de Sade
“Juliette” by de Sade
“Tampa” by Nutting
“The Sacred Book of the Werewolf” by Victor Pelevin
“Fanny Hill” by John Cleland
“Hogg” by Samuel Delaney
“School of Venus” by Millot
“Justine” by de Sade
“Nefando” by Monica Ojeda
“Naked Lunch” by Burroughs
“Gravity’s Rainbow” by Thomas Pynchon
“Less than Zero” by Brett Easton Ellis
“Little Birds” by Anais Nin
“My Absolute Darling” by Gabriel Tellent
“Josephine Mutzenbacher” by Felix Salten
“A song of ice and fire” by G.R.R. Martin
“The color purple” by Alice Walker
“Gemma” by Meg Tilly
“Kafka on the shore” by Haruki Murakami
“Story of the eye” by Bataille
“Firefly” by Piers Anthony
“Whore” by Matt Shaw

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I still need to get around to reading this.

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Same. I only flipped through some pages and it’s waiting on my shelf.

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I’ve heard modern editions of the book are censored, so I’m relying on a fan translated uncensored copy.

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Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare

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The one I own wasnt censored at all. I have one published by “Ishi Press”. It’s out of print now.

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But that one isn’t explicit!

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My mistake. I haven’t read IT. Seems unusual for a mainstream writer like King to be explicit. It’s been a long time since I read it, Frank and I by Anonymous, probably qualifies.

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It is pretty explicit with the orgy scene, especially at the beginning of it. It does describe actions (“he pushed forward too fast and there was pain”, “he did move more slowly” etc.), and genitals (“it is too big”).

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There is also “When Jonathan Died” by Tony Duvert, “Kit” by Alan Edward, several books by David Rees, “How I learned to Snap” by Kirk Read, and “For a Lost Soldier” by Rudi van Dantzig.

There are more which I can’t bring to mind at the moment.

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Unfortunately I could not find those in Amazon :frowning:

Adding another novel: “The She-Devils” by Pierre Louys.

“Tatham Mound” by Piers Anthony

“Therese the Philosopher” by Marquis D’Argens