I am curious. When I see most redneck TF porn, it is always linked to sweat, raunch, and often piss or scat. Is it possible to have one without the other, and is it worth the effort? I know I have enjoyed all your redneck stories, even though piss and scat normally are turnoffs. So I am wondering if “clean” redneck can be good, and if you know any examples.

This is a good question, but it requires a bit of effort and explanation to answer effectively, so bear with me for a bit.

I have said before, in a previous metawriting post, that the eroticism of these stories is derived from what I call “triggers”. Without rehashing the original content of that post too much, the basic idea is that certain phrases, sentences, bits of dialogue, etc. are crafted in order to elicit an erotic response related to one or more fetishes the reader might have. The phrase can be quite general, in the hopes of hitting a broad swath of people–for example, a simple passage about a man masturbating would hit a broad swath of men and women who are “attracted to men”–or a trigger can be quite narrow and tailored, and hit a smaller number of people, often for greater impact, at the risk of alientating a larger number of people who might not respond to those particular fetishes–say, for example, the rather generic guy masturbating is now overweight, slobby, covered with piss, etc.–that appeals to a smaller section of people and pleases them more, at the cost of alienating everyone else. 

Still with me? Basically, fetishes and be mixed and matched at will by authors in order to specifically target an audience either broadly or narrowly, depending on what they want to do–that means, with just this in mind, of course we should be able to have a clean redneck story–but here’s the strange thing. I honestly have never seen one that I can recall. There are certainly redneck themed stories that de-emphasize raunch/slob themes, but in the fast majority of them it plays at least a small part. This seems to run counter to the expectation, and the reason is a bit strange.

Some fetishes are what I might call atomic fetishes, while others I might call compound fetishes. The distinction here is going to be a bit vague, but for our purposes, let’s think of atomic fetishes as those which are capable of standing alone, without requiring other fetishes to make sense. So, “homosexuality” would be an atomic fetish. “Muscle growth”, “weight gain”, “Masculinization” would also probably fall into this category. On the other hand, a compound fetish is understood as a collection of fetishes working together to produce a whole greater than the sum of the fetish-parts. “Pup Play” would be a compound fetish–containing elements of “bondage”, “power exchange”, “mind drain,” and “humiliation” which all work together to generate that compound fetish. You might be able to write a pup story without one of those–in fact, I can think of a few examples I might use–but the compound fetish itself tends to include those ideas more often than not.

So, is “Redneck” compound or atomic? It pretty obviously is compound, and that’s where our problem lies. I think a big part of the “Redneck” fetish is that it is cobbled together from a whole bunch of other fetishes, of which the atomic fetish, “Raunch” is most certainly one. Can you write a story without including that atomic fetish? Sure, in the same way you could have a story with a “Smart” redneck–but for most of the audience, this is going to run counter to their expectations. 

so, tl;dr:

1. Yes, it is possible, in theory, to construct a redneck story without slob/raunch elements.

2. Is it worth the effort? That’s a bit subjective. Depends on how much you want to see a story like that, I suppose.

3. Can “clean redneck” stories be good? I’m sure they can be, but I’m not sure they would satisfy someone with a general fetish for Rednecks. What I mean is, could it be good? Sure. Would it necessarily be satisfying to me/my audience? …Hmmm…jury’s out on that one still.

4. And no, I don’t have any examples really, though I’m sure they’re out there. This is the internet, after all, and Rule 34 always applies.

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