Nem Rowan wrote a blog post on being kinky & trans for this event:
This will probably sound silly but I decided to write The Ruiner
(or The Things We Hide At Home, in its original incarnation) after getting angry about 50 Shades of Grey. Yes, angry. Not because it is so badly written, not because of its misogyny or because it perpetuates a lot of really bad myths about people who enjoy BDSM (well, actually, yes. All of those things made me annoyed). I was angry because of its complete disregard for reality and the healthy ways to practice BDSM. I’m not angry anymore, since I wrote my own book about BDSM. And I intend to write more.
The Ruiner follows a trans man named Tenny; he is a Dominant, and he’s single and looking for a new partner. He meets David at the beginning of the story, and he’s incredibly shy and quite bookish, but also hopelessly in love with Tenny. Unfortunately, at the same time, Tenny realises he’s being stalked by someone who is out to make his life hell. And it gets scary pretty fast.
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