Cover Art by Emilee Lord

Christian Pan’s “Dress to Get Laid” is Pure Bisexual Fun

Dierdre Winter

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In his story, “Dress to Get Laid,” Christian Pan transported me back to the carefree days of university where, on any given night, anything could happen. Taking special care with the details of campus life, Pan made me feel like I could almost smell the cigarette smoke in my hair and feel the stickiness of spilled beer soaking into my old thrifted cardigan.

Set against an eclectic but carefully curated soundtrack, Pan’s story taps into memory and shared experience of the university campus to bring his characters to life. Who of us didn’t know a shy nerdy guy packing a wonderfully surprising cock under those ill-fitting jeans? Who of us didn’t know a girl who radiated sex whether she was dressed in a corset and thigh-high boots or a hoodie and sweatpants? Who of us didn’t know a slightly older guy who had experience and daring on his side? This is the cast of Pan’s story, which culminates in a wild bisexual threesome in a dorm room with the din of a party still thumping across campus.

After some conversation about the injustices of war and the anti-Oedipal subtext in Shakespeare, young, pale Jeff and an older unnamed grad student are interrupted by the hungry Catherine, who has become accustomed to getting what she wants from men. After some social lubrication, we discover why the grad student was hanging out with submissive, eager-to-please Jeff and why he had such a soft spot in his heart for the ready-and-willing Catherine.

I liked Pan’s clear description of the naked bodies in the throes of sex, but I also liked the way he took time for communication, for play, and even for a little bit of awkwardness as the characters struggled through problems that only increased their humanity. These descriptions brought me further into remembrance of sex at that age. It’s usually not perfect, or smooth, or predictable, but no matter what happens, being naked and exposed with other humans always leads to an “interesting night,” as Pan aptly understates it.

Because I was blessed/cursed with a raging sex drive that seemed to blossom fully in those university days, this story brought a smile to my face at first, then a blush as I remembered the myriad ways let a night that started out with a little wine and a little weed get completely out of control. I had an older drug dealer who sometimes accepted payments other than money; I had a female roommate I couldn’t get enough of after a bottle of wine; I had a friend, a tall, skinny science major who stammered over his words and treated me like a goddess whenever we happened upon each other. As the blush turned to arousal and excitement, “Dress to Get Laid” made me wish all three of these lovers could have come together for one glorious night.

Christian Pan’s smooth narration helped me to visualize the story, and his work with dialogue brought the characters fully to life. I was left wanting more and was pleased to discover several more stories in the series, including “Everything is a Drawing,” and “Just for You,” all available on his website (https://www.christianpanerotica.com). Adorned with beautiful cover art from Emilee Lord, Pan’s stories are definitely worth checking out.

Find “Dress to Get Laid” at https://www.christianpanerotica.com/product-page/21-dress-to-get-laid

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Dierdre Winter

I write erotica, smut with a soul. If you like my stories, find my lesbian, bisexual, and hotwife novellas on Amazon.