by Hungry Guy

Caution: This Sex Story contains strong sexual content, including Ma/Fa, Consensual, Blackmail, Heterosexual, True Story, BDSM, DomSub, MaleDom, Rough, Humiliation, Sadistic, Torture, Oral Sex, Anal Sex, Water Sports, Scatology, Slow, .

Desc: Sex Story: Erotic writer receives thretening email after writing stories about submissive women enjoying rough sex.

Foreword: I wrote some of my past stories by request of my fans. In a way, I could also say that this story was written by request. However, it would probably be more accurate to say that this story was provoked than requested.

Part 1 of this story is true. Some militant feminist recently started sending me flame mail accusing me of hating women because I write about submissive women enjoying rough sex. When she sent me a computer virus by munging her email address to make it seem like it came from Microsoft and telling me that it was their latest security patch, I got the idea for this story.

Operators of erotic story web sites, whether free or fee-based, have my permission to post my stories for public reading, provided that credit is given to "Hungry Guy" (hungry@stoolmail.zzn.com or hungryguy@literotica.org) as the author, and as long as you don't make changes other than fixing typos. Even beware of fixing typos, for I occasionally use local slang and dialects that may be flagged by your spell checker. Thanks.

Chapter 1: Sexist Male Chauvinist

The erotic writer sat at his PC to start a new story. Gazing out the window of his 3rd story flat onto New Jersey suburbia as LINUX booted up, he observed a poor bloke stranded on the I-202/206 motorway with plumes of smoke pouring from under the bonnet of his automobile. His hair whipped as lorries and coaches passed him as he walked to the Esso station past the notorious Somerville roundabout.

X Windows had finally loaded, and the erotic writer returned his attention to his PC. He opened, emacs and began writing his newest story, taking his mind off the poor bloke out on the motorway.

"It was a dark and stormy night," he began writing.

No sooner had he finished typing that first sentence that Zmail beeped, alerting him to new email.

He opened his mail and read it, one by one.

SubLady wrote,

    > Your Cum Sponge story got me so wet!  i'd love 
    > for a Man to use me like that.

Next, CruelDominatrix wrote,

    > your toilet slave stories are wonderful.  you 
    > definitely know a man's place, under a woman's 
    > ass eating her shit!  

Then, GorMaster wrote,

    > I love the way you brutalize women in your stories!  
    > Keep up the great writing!

Next, SlaveDude wrote,

    > i love your toilet slave stories, dude!  Your 
    > stories make me feel like i'm there being forced 
    > to eat women's shit all day long unable to escape.

Then, VanillaGirl wrote,

    > I don't care much for the BDSM aspect, but I love
    > your romance stories!  They're so romantic!  Please 
    > write more where the people fall in love in the 
    > end! 

Lastly, HeroWorship wrote,

    > I love erotic stories about fictional characters!  
    > Your story about Inque is my favorite!  I also loved 
    > that other story where the guy was saved by 
    > International Rescue!  And the sequel to Moby Jane 
    > where the two people in the whale were taken to the 
    > future by Captain Kirk and joined Starfleet was 
    > excellent!  Please write more!

He replied to each of them, thanking them for the praise and telling them that he has plenty of ideas in mind for future stories to please all of them. Unfortunately, he had been sent so many requests and story ideas that it will take a while for him to work everyone's idea and request into a story. Then he went back to writing. Hours passed before he was alerted to new email.

He went back to Zmail and opened the email.

This email wasn't so pleasant. Anonymous wrote,

    > Your stories are horrible, awful, and terrible.

This was followed by a second email from Anonymous,

    > You think women are sex objects!  You must hate women!

He deleted these two emails and was about to return to his writing when another email arrived. This was from Microsoft Corporation Network Security Center. He expected it to be spam, but curiosity caused him to open it.

    > MS Customer
    > this is the latest version of security update, the
    > "March 2003, Cumulative Patch" update which eliminates all
    > known security vulnerabilities affecting Internet Explorer,
    > Outlook and Outlook Express as well as five newly discovered
    > vulnerabilities. Install now to protect your computer from 
    > these vulnerabilities, the most serious of which could allow 
    > an attacker to run executable on your system. This update 
    > includes the functionality of all previously released 
    > patches.
    > System requirements:
    > Win 9x/Me/2000/NT/XP
    > This update applies to:
    > Microsoft Internet Explorer, version 4.01 and later
    > Microsoft Outlook, version 8.00 and later
    > Microsoft Outlook Express, version 4.01 and later
    > Recommendation:
    > Customers should install the patch at the earliest 
    > opportunity.
    > How to install:
    > Run attached file. Click Yes on displayed dialog box.
    > How to use:
    > You don't need to do anything after installing this item.
    > Microsoft Technical Support is available at
    > http://support.microsoft.com/
    > For security-related information about Microsoft products,
    > please visit the Microsoft Security Advisor web site at
    > http://www.microsoft.com/security
    > Contact us at
    > http://www.microsoft.com/isapi/goregwiz.asp?
    > target=3D/contactus/=contactus.asp
    > Please do not reply to this message. It was sent from an 
    > unmonitored e-mail address and we are unable to respond to 
    > any replies.
    > Thank you for using Microsoft products.
    > With friendly greetings,
    > Microsoft Corporation Network Security Center
    > ________________________________________
    > A92003 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. The 
    > names of the actual companies and products mentioned 
    > herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners.

He clicked on reply-to-sender and wrote back to Mister Bill that he uses LINUX and so to please take him off their mailing list. He added abuse@microsoft.com to the CC list to add more force to his request.

He was about to delete the message then, but his old Windows 95 PC collecting dust in the corner of the room caught his eye. He detached the patch to a floppy disk and booted up his old PC that he hadn't used in years. He slid the disk into the slot and clicked on the Q306323.EXE file containing the patch. To his surprise, the Norton Anti Virus opened a window informing him that the file contained the W32.Gibe.B@mm virus and refused to let it run. At that, he turned off the old PC and went back to his LINUX box, composed another reply to Microsoft informing them that their security patch contained a virus, deleted the email with the infected patch, then returned to his writing.

The following day, as he continued to work on his story, he received a reply from Microsoft. The software giant stated that they did not send the email containing the patch, and further, they never send software updates through email.

He deleted the email and forgot about the incident. However, several days later, the miscreant tried again -- only with a different virus.

    > Klez.E is the most common world-wide spreading 
    > worm. It's very dangerous by corrupting your files.
    > Because of its very smart stealth and anti-anti-virus 
    > technic, most common AV software can't detect or 
    > clean it.
    > We developed this free immunity tool to defeat the 
    > malicious virus.
    > You only need to run this tool once, and then Klez 
    > will never come into your PC.
    > NOTE: Because this tool acts as a fake Klez to fool 
    > the real worm, some AV monitor maybe cry when you run 
    > it.
    > If so, Ignore the warning, and select 'continue'.
    > If you have any question, please mail to me. 

He played dumb and replied to the sender this time, telling him or her that he isn't computer savvy and that he couldn't get the anti-virus tool to run.

In answer, he received the exact same email the following day. He sighed at the utterly lame attempt to trick him to infect his LINUX PC with a Windows virus, and so opened the window to view the headers.

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