You probably won’t read about it in Texas Aggie magazine, but two women who claim to be A&M undergrads are making a living writing “dinosaur erotica.” Authors Christie Sims and Alara Branwen—understandably, those are pseudonyms—have to date published dozens of short digital books with titles like Dino Park After Dark, which can be downloaded for $2.99 at Amazon. “[The velociraptor] reached out with a clawed hand to snatch at her damp animal hide as it clung to one shoulder,” reads one typical passage. “Azog felt the kiss of sharp claws against her skin as the hide slid from her shoulder and exposed one naked, heaving breast.” Here’s what a few of Amazon’s customer reviewers have to say about this Jurassic smut: 

  • “I am very upset because a pterodactyl is technically not a dinosaur, it is a pterosaur. This should be classified under pterosaur erotica.”
  • “Why 0 stars? There were no lesbian dinosaurs in this book. Very disappointing.”
  • “Best dino erotic novel since Tyranamorous Sex.
  • “This isn’t your mother’s beast porn.”