This is a bit of a different question, mostly because of how personal the whole story is for me.
I've finished a short story, only a couple of chapters, about 9,700 words total. It's a story of a young mans first sexual encounter. My debate with myself is two-fold. First, simply because of the small size, do I shrink it down to only one, larger chapter? (Although because of how and what happens, there's a natural break - the first chapter is background, second chapter are the acts themselves, just to make it flow.) Second is, I've written a little bit of an epilogue chapter which is very short, but gives a little bit of explanation as to what happens afterwards. Should that be included or not is what I'm wondering.
The reason I ask is pretty simple. It's pretty damned much a true story of what happened to me. First sexual encounter, and it ended up involving my sister-in-law, her best friend, and me. The way I've written it, the story is a bit of a stroke story, but not a regular masturbatory delight like so many on here are. (Of course, writing it brought back a lot of memories and I personally had to stop a few times and ... think about it, yeah, that's it.)
The only thing I've changed in the story are the names and locations involved. So while I KNOW what happened to everyone afterwards, do you think it's relevant to include it? How much do you tell? (Or should I even post it at all?)