Gay erotica has been published about ‘The Dress’

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An erotica writer known as Chuck The Tingler has published ‘Pounded by The Gay Color Changing Dress’, a story about the infamous black and blue/white and gold dress.

Was it black and blue or white and gold? The colour of ‘The Dress’ has been a topic of such debate that it’s now been immortalised in fiction.

‘Pounded by The Gay Color Changing Dress’ is a new story by erotica writer Chuck The Tingler. According to the description, the story is about a regular gay man who falls for “a living gay dress who is famous online”.

The unconventional couple fall in love and embark on “a hardcore gay love affair that will reveal once and for all just what colour the dress really is”.

‘The Dress’ sparked something of an online phenomenon last week when people saw it in two different colours. It trended worldwide, with people arguing that is black and blue or white and gold.

Chuck Tingle, or The Tingler, wrote the 4,400 word story after The Dress made him think about the perfect day with a partner.

He told Buzzfeed: “It got me thinking about the perfect day with a good friend, maybe kissing maybe not but mostly about how the perfect friend is a little nice and a little mean. Made me think that the dress was a good idea for a tingler because it was two things at once like the perfect friend.”

‘Tinglers’ are the writer’s erotic stories, he has seventeen currently posted on his Amazon page.

An excerpt from the story reads: “I let out a low moan as the two of us embrace each other passionately, our lips meeting as we kiss before the massive bay windows. The dress feels incredible, everything that I could have wanted from such a strange, but powerful figure.”

The story finally reveals the truth about the colour of The Dress. It’s black and blue.