An Introduction to Naomi Matthews | Matt’s Smut Vault

Welcome back to the Smut Vault! We’re breaking new ground here this week as we take a look at a new type of writer joining our friendly confines. This is someone that’s investing in some of their own story themes, and we think it’s important to keep an open mind as we embrace a new idea. Excited? So are we! Let’s open our arms to a new resident that can be found beyond the double steel doors of THE VAULT.

Reader: please note the source blog post for this piece and the piece itself feature the taboo use of sensitive topics related to LGBTQ+ issues, incest themes, and potential age of consent issues depending on your region. Please take care when considering this review and/or source material.

The Family That Lays Together, Stays Together by Naomi Matthews from a blog called “Satin Sissies” is the taboo story of biological twins that gets wildly out of hand. Before you click any of those links above, please be aware that most of the imagery at this blog is NSFW. With that said, make sure you’re ready for a hot challenge before clicking that link, these people aren’t messing around.

Twin siblings Alan and Annabelle are very hard to tell apart, and their closeness while sharing the same interests makes that distinction all the more difficult to discern. Alan always felt more comfortable with “girly stuff” and never took much of an interest in classically “masculine” things. Fashion, makeup, and eventually wearing his sister’s clothing led to Alan taking on a more gender fluid approach to their personal life. More often than not, Alan felt exceedingly comfortable as a “gurl,” but Alan can’t have imagined the reaction once sister Annabelle finally caught them in the act…

OK! So, this story got wild and crazy pretty much right from the word go. Let’s be clear: gender fluidity, exploration, curiosity and finding your true self isn’t crazy or weird…but the antics that Alan gets into more than certainly are! There’s very little adversity or conflict, as it’s more of an envelope pushing boundary tester, and that’s more for the reader than for the actual characters. There are some time skips and jumps to when Alan becomes more inline with their self and attends a party meant to be attended by the twin’s parents, dressed as “Alannah” with their sister in disguise. The party’s themes make this less a story about sissy kinks or fluidity, and more about unapologetic incest. Certainly, the title of the story should have clued me in, but I was expecting more of a taboo approximation or fantasy that very nearly gets out of hand, but no. The events of the party, not limited to only the main characters, is a work of pure macabre. Most of the sex scenes are well outside the scope of what we like to talk about at the Smut Vault, but what I can say is that consent is never an issue, and everyone leaves this story happier than when they came in. The writing style has a personal “diary” touch despite being written in the third person. For the right reader with the right interests, this story will shoot sparks, just make sure you know what you’ve signed up for!

Verdict: The Family… by Naomi Matthews is a tantalizing work of fiction that casts away the structures and hang-ups of society for a pure and raw fantasy. What starts as a moderate, believable exploration of gender fluidity paces to a macabre examination of incest themes that makes no apology and requests none in return. The writing style is fun and personable, which makes the taboo scenes that much more intense, as they are believable whether I want them to be or not. This won’t be a story or a blog meant for “winning over” a new audience, but if you’re aligned with these themes in a safe consenting fantasy, there’s a new player out there that’s sure to grab your attention. Get it, gurl!

Special thanks to Naomi Matthews for allowing us to review their story and blog at TehBen.com. All thoughts and opinions are our own.
Author’s Twitter: @eroticnaomi
Story Link: The Family
Blog Link: Satin Sissies

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