It's very interesting to notice that on Nifty.org, an erotic stories archive that there are four selections of stories and they are Gay, Bisexual, Lesbian, and Transgender. My question is, where are the hetero stories and why are they cut from the selection. Is this some kind of discrimination against the heterosexual public or what? What is the case I ask you? I mean, this is crazy! There is also a bestiality section where people are having sex with golden retrievers and Air Bud, but there are no stories about the regular man to woman interactions. What gives Nifty.org?
As it turns out the Nifty.org community is working on donations. For each of the story that gets downloaded a dollar is placed in the Nifty.org bank. This is how they keep themselves afloat because there are no pop-ups and there are no banners or redirections where Nifty.org can make income. There is also no registration for the users, so it's almost as if this is a rogue site but not really. They are just a freaky sex stories site that doesn't make stories about heterosexuals. It seems as if they have some problem with the regular people. Alright. Me being a nonjudgemental heterosexual person I can tolerate this bullshit, even though I was set on donating a $1000. Now, that I see there's no content for me, I'm just going to donate this money to their competitors. Bad luck Nifty.org!
The look of Nifty.org is somewhat unique. There is a background with a triangle and two signs, that sign for men, you know the circle and the arrow, yes, two of them. Because this is a gay sex stories site, I guess Nifty.org had to make sure that there are no confusions about what it is that they are promoting. Fine by me. The header tags read Archives, New Stories, Authors, Donate, the most important tab of them all, Shop and Search.
These are the main things that Nifty.org has. Archives are also showing how many people clicked on the stories and it usually is in the tens of thousands. This is something that Nifty.org can definitely work on. The looks of the site can be a bit better since the site looks very plain. Just because their main dish is texts, this doesn't mean that they can't make it all look prettier. When you open up a story, you get a plain text, that looks like you just opened up a Notepad in your Windows Commander. I mean, there are so many details that just have to be adjusted that I am appalled that Nifty.org hasn't done this already. But I also understand this type of thinking. If it works why fix it?
I've read one of the texts or rather stories just to see what type and level of quality is presented to the masses. It was well written, the stories had a 'hook' to them, and I can understand why so many would want to read these stories. Then, on the flip side of things here's an interesting fact. If you are looking to deduct taxes, why not donate to Nifty.org. Yes, they are a tax-exempt organization so basically when you donate to their account you can deduct it from your taxes. Pretty cool for a gay sex stories site isn't it?
By now you are wondering what does the Shop section have in store for me? What can I buy from this sex stories site that I can use? Okay, hold your horses. I went down to their shop, and as expected, shirts, hoodies, and sweatshirts with their logo can be ordered. But that's not all folks. You can also order bags, wallets, pajamas undergarments and some inventory for your office. Isn't that cool? This way you can see the Nifty.org wherever you go and be reminded that gay sex stories can be read any time anyplace as long as Nifty.org is available to be online.
Nifty.org is a sweet and a cute sex stories site. This is the type of a site that you should bookmark because reading sex stories contrary to watching them is by far better and more exciting. I can guarantee this to be a fact. It's the fact that you have to imagine all these characters and situations that are making the arousal stronger. Nifty.org is a well-visited site that catering to the queers. I can only imagine how good the traffic would have been if the heterosexuals hadn't been shunned like they have.