The Smutpunk Zone


You’re traveling to another dimension.  

A dimension of the mind where science fiction marries explicit pornographic erotica. A journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of the imagination.

You’re entering the Smutpunk Zone.

The term Smutpunk is a relatively new word started in 2015. Its roots funnel back as far as 1928 beginning with the cosmic tales of the Cthulhu Mythos of HP Lovecraft. His horror stories give us a skeletal outline for satirical comedy to poke fun at the conventionalism of the times.

Add in the superheroes and their astronomical powers. Don’t forget the emerging of the world thinking outside the universe including outlandish ideas of bigger than life creatures and visitors from outer space.

Churn these things together add in the sexual revolution and you come up with a the most graphically explicit literary genre of writing ever experienced.

Censorship of Amazon and Twitter has led to this revolution within the Erotica genre. In Smutpunk no idea is too taboo and no characters too pornographic. Moctezuma Johnson and Callie Press have joined together to create this new literary genre.

One of their offerings is a free online series Milked by the Yeti.

Smutpunk is not for the faint of heart. It is filled with raw details of sexual acts and hardcore pornographic imagery that would make Ron Jeremy blush as in Johnson’s Traingulum Stain: The Battle for Alien Relish, Callie Press’s Butterface, and most recently in two political satire Donald Trump parodies Tonguing Tromp and Dump the Futa President.

Open your mind and take a trip inside The Smutpunk Zone


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