Saturday, March 17, 2012

Cέrμləa falls foul of Literotica’s Underage Filters

Oops. I was hoping the new one-shot story set in the Succubus Summoning 101 universe would have gone up on Literotica by now. I intended it as my apology for taking so damn long on Succubus Summoning 201 and also to show I hadn’t forgotten about Phil and friends. Unfortunately it’s been rejected for underage content. Not sure why—it’s clear Cέrμləa isn’t the young girl she’s masquerading as and she isn’t even around for the sex scene either.

Oh well. I was going to post it here as well anyway. I’ll give it another read through for errors and put it up over the weekend.

I’m not sure what this means for posting the Succubus Summoning 201 series up on Literotica. I'm not going to write out Cέrμləa or change what I've written/plan to write. I'll try and post as much of the series as possible. At the worst, the complete uncensored version will still be available as an ebook.


  1. I'm guessing that literotica just wants to avoid possible friction with the overzealous sects singling out the content without context. Still frustrating though.

  2. Hrm. That's annoying. I was wondering why it wasn't there yet, I keep checking.

  3. How in the world would that Cerulea story get rejected for underage if the person in question turns into a mature woman when she and Phil have sex? It's not like they're doing it with her in her child form.