~ Pros ~
It features thousands of erotic reads
It is free
You can share your erotic stories in no time
You can browse stories by author
The community is really active
These guys are OG’s they been around since 1992
~ Cons ~
The site design isn’t classy enough
It doesn’t have much for straight porn lovers
The site doesn’t appear to be too engaging
Erotic literature has ancient beginnings. It was popular in old civilizations like Greece, with Greeks often composing erotic poems that could make a frigid nun wetter than a thawing river in the middle of summer!
Erotic literature is still around in the present day and popular too, with plenty of people preferring its crafty subtlety to the bold vulgarity of standard porn clips. Sites that host such literature abound and offer much the same features. Nifty.org is a good example and will be reviewed by us today.
Tune in as this venerable erotic literature site is explored and investigated.
Nifty With A Side Of Pussy!
Like most erotic literature sites, Nifty has been around for a while. It started its business in 1992 and has now grown to have almost 265K stories which were written by nearly 15K authors.
All the content here is free and there are no sign in or login options to be seen. The site design is clean and simple, which stands in stark contrast to the majority of other erotic literature sites. The background here has a wallpaper-like design we are not all that happy with, but it is what it is.
Atop the page is Archives, New Stories, Authors, Donate and Shop tabs, plus a search bar. The Archives tab has a pull-down menu with stuff like Gay, Bestiality, Lesbian, Information and Journal Entries. The New Stories tab presents a vertical list of the newest stories, the Authors tab lets you browse authors alphabetically, with the Donate tab making it possible to donate some bucks to keep the site running. As for the Shop tab, that is the place to go to when you need to buy site-branded merchandise.
Just beneath the homepage banner are four tabs labeled Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender. Each had a selection of content that fits in with the category and you can click on any of these tabs to get a long list of related stories.
The homepage also has a Publish a Story button, plus a long list of announcements and names of recent donors. The donor thing is important because the site is run via donations and should this dry up there would be big trouble in paradise!
We had a look at the New Stories section. This filled an entire page and there is an option to filter this by date or category. We opted to filter the content to show only the newest lesbian erotic writings uploaded in the last 10 days. Sample titles include Jane and Rosario, Curiosity and Chemistry, Older Woman and Lonely Girl and Panty Check 99.
The latter was uploaded on the last day of February 2020 and was pretty long. There are no options to increase the font size of the document being read and the text formatting is a disgrace. Content quality varies, though we were not very impressed after reading through Panty Check 99 and a few other tales.
What We Think
The site design is pretty nice and the lack of ads is sweet. A better e-reader is required to take proper advantage of the vast store of content and there should be a way for readers to rate content and comment on these.
Overall, this erotic literature site is pretty nifty if we do say so!