How does a page black and white digital-only comic by a smaller indie publisher like Top Shelf find itself on the ComiXology bestseller list , sandwiched between Avenging Spider-Man and the New 52 reboot of Batman? Well, the title certainly doesn't hurt: Stuff About Sex. Specifically aimed at young heterosexual men with more curiosity about sex and women than knowledge, Stuff About Sex breaks down some of the less glamorous but more realistic concerns associated with early sexual experiences , like how to talk to women, feeling insecure about not knowing what to do, worrying about what's "normal," and why at the end of the day, sex is still worth all the confusion and trouble. We've got a 5-page preview of the comic, which as you might imagine, is not totally safe for work. From the Top Shelf website :.
Children sexual abuse is a serious problem in low income areas, due to the lack of proper sex education. Our idea is to provide sex education by comic strips in a simple, understandable and interesting way, so hey can learn about their body, gender, what can and cannot be done to them and to prevent themselves from potential sexual abuse. Hi Early Bird!
Lost Girls is a graphic novel written by Alan Moore and illustrated by Melinda Gebbie , depicting the sexually explicit adventures of three female fictional characters of the late 19th and early 20th century: Alice from Lewis Carroll 's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass , Dorothy Gale from L. Barrie 's Peter and Wendy. They meet as adults in and describe and share some of their erotic adventures with each other. The women meet by chance and begin to exchange erotic stories from their pasts. The stories are based on the childhood fantasy worlds of the three women:. In addition to the three women's erotic flashbacks, the graphic novel depicts sexual encounters between the women and other guests and staff of the hotel. The erotic adventures are set against the backdrop of unsettling cultural and historic events of the period, such as the debut of Igor Stravinsky 's The Rite of Spring and the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria. The graphic novel ends with Alice's mirror being destroyed by German soldiers who burn down the Hotel. Moore is one of the most critically acclaimed writers in the field of comic books, and the release of this work received widespread coverage in the industry media.