Lack Of ‘Sexy’ Irish Words Hindering Erotic Novelist

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Minister for Arts, Heritage and Gaeltacht Jimmy Deenihan has come under intense criticism from the country’s leading Irish language erotic novelist, Niamh O’Moore.

Miss O’Moore whose books have set the Irish speaking percentage of the populations’ hearts racing believes the minister needs to support the growing area of Irish literature known affectionately as ‘Clit Lit’.

“It is astonishing in this day and age that we lack an extensive vocabulary regarding sex” said the best-selling novelist to a full auditorium in NUI Galway today. “In what is a growing market, readers of my fiction are not going to have their senses satisfied by a mere ‘crua’ or ‘go gasta’ so the minister must get with the times and formally introduce some fine arousing words As Gaelige.”

The Minister was unavailable for comment when WWN contacted his office. However, due to growing pressure and the Sex Up Irish group garnering more support it is believed a decision is just days away. It is expected Irish words for cunnilingus and fellatio will be formally and officially accepted into Irish lexicon in a conciliatory measure by the minister.

Miss O’Moore’s new novel ‘An Fear Mór’ is available at all good retailers.

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