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I frequently write erotica stories, which generally consist of memories, fantasies, or a combination of both. Writing the stories can be just as arousing as reading them - sometimes moreso as, by its very nature, it restricts you, physically.
I used to have an entire website where I'd upload these stories for anyone else to share, but the webhost I was with had a clampdown on Adult Content & the site was closed down.
I did some checking, and as far as I can make out, the written word, so long as it isn't accompanied by any form of imagery, regardless of what the subject matter may be does not count as pornography & perfectly legitimate. Even if the content was to do with illegal acts, such as paedophilia (which I hasten to add, none of them were), even that would have been legal because it was all fictional.
I still have copies of the site, but the problem now is finding someone to host it. There's no problem finding free webhosts - it's finding ones who will accept Adult Content, regardless how minor it may be.