The stories on this page are oriented to adults and contain some scenes which are of an explicit, sexual nature.
If such materials offend you, please do not read them.
I've been writing all my life—but it's been all nonfiction. I've written several textbooks and instructional workbooks and
teaching materials, and articles and essays about history, linguistics, religion, literature reviews, and other nonfiction. However,
in all those years I never tried writing fiction. I recently stumbled across this disturbing (to me) sub-genre in erotic literature, the Naked in School universe, and it
prompted me to try my hand at writing something in that universe. I was quite fascinated at how my first story took on a life of its own as I was
writing it—very much like life itself—and the characters took my writing over, making their story go in unexpected
directions. Initially I was writing for my own entertainment, but as "Kevin and Denise" drew to a close I thought I would share it with
others who appreciate this form of literature.
When I began writing "Kevin and Denise," I was responding to the idea that a world could exist where kids could be forced to be naked while attending school. These stories—almost 200 of them have been written—are set in such a universe, one which could exist only if the
government adopts laws which ignore moral norms and interfere with people's rights and their personal lives. Of course, that sounds just like our current government, right? The only difference between our government and the one in the Naked in School
universe is the premise that in the NiS stories, educational psychologists have decided that the maturing of teenagers would be improved if the teens were forced to surrender their modesty and be made to submit to sexual exploitation by their peers. These psychological "experts" then had convinced lawmakers to adopt laws which require all high school students to spend a week going to school completely naked, with a small number of selected students chosen to participate each week while the rest of the students remain clothed. This is the underlying premise of the NiS story genre and each story starts using that background. How each author handles the telling of their story provides immense variety in plot, tone, and approach.
My own interpretation of the idea behind the NiS universe is one of denial—the source of my pen name. Not only do I want to deny that such a universe is possible, I also want to challenge the very notion that a society could require kids to be naked in school. While I was writing, I soon realized that the premise of the NiS universe could be viewed as a metaphor for government overreach into private lives. If you're interested in a philosophical discussion of that idea, you can follow this link for a brief, two-page commentary. But if you're not interested in philosophical drivel, you can ignore my ramblings; the stories stand on their own. But you should read them in order; spoilers abound in later stories.
Much positive feedback soon encouraged me to write a second story, then Denise shanghaied me and made me write about her latest exploits. I hope readers will enjoy this really different take on the Naked in School universe