These deal with topics such as Amateur Pictures, the Author's Hangout, Roleplaying, Poetry Feedback & Discussion, and Sexual Roleplaying, as well as the unmoderated General Board.
There is also a How-To forum and a place for writers to seek advice, and also BDSM and LGBT sections.
Members of the message boards, also known as 'Literoticans', 'Litizens' or 'Litsters', sometimes meet in what are known as 'Litogethers.' This is where members from particular areas plan an event, in order to socialize with others they have formed friendships with online. Originally this was through Digi Chat's Java client software, but because of continued cyber attacks, this has moved to a Flash-based client.
The term ‘blog’ is derived from the combination of the words 'web' and 'log'.
Blogs are virtual journals created by individuals and stored on the internet.
Women have a preference for Literotica among pornographic material.
This is an agreement that many businesses and educational facilities require employees or students to sign before being granted a network ID.
An icon or picture that represents a participant in online chat, in forums and in games.