LELO’s #StayHome Erotica Contest is Right Up Your Alley
LELO’s recent #StayHome campaign isn’t just about offering awesome discounts on pleasure makers that will keep you getting busy at home, it’s also about offering a chance to win epic free bundles through their latest erotica contest! Being cooped up inside can have us bottling up our sexual frustration, especially living with family or roommates, so get your juices flowing by creating the sexiest at-home erotica story yet.
Since we’ve received so many amazing stories in past contests, we’ve decided to not only publish the top three winners of this challenge, but all of the stories that get our panel of judges hot and bothered. If you are chosen, you will be notified before publishing with more details.
The rules are simple:
- Write a short erotic story about your wildest fantasy during self-isolation, whether that be solo, partnered, with toys, or groups (under 5 by social distancing measures, of course!). Stories must be a minimum of 500 words and a maximum of 1,000 words. Submissions above the word maximum will be excluded by default.
- Submit your sexy story to email@example.com with the subject line: #StayHome Erotica Contest. Stories can be submitted directly in the email or as Word or PDF attachments, in English only.
- Please allow us to include you in our mailing list, we will announce the top three stories through a newsletter and directly email the winners to claim their pleasure prizes. You have up until the end of the month, April 30, to submit your stories.
If you need any inspo for the limitless avenues you can take your story, check out some of our favorite Volonte eroticas below.
The winner of the Naughty Holidays contest:
One of our most popular erotica stories of all time:
And a lesbian tale, in delicious detail:
We look forward to what wild fantasies you explore while you join us in the #StayHome movement. Continue to do your part by keeping everything clean, besides your mind. That can stay dirty.
The contest is now closed. Winners can be found here!
Donna is a Volonté contributor and freelancer who lives in San Francisco with her understanding husband and not-so-understanding teenage sons. Her work has been published in The Journal of Sexology and she is currently writing a book on love languages.