Sci-Fi Erotica Reviews, despite its name, has a few guidelines in real space:
(1) If Bettie didn’t like the story, Bettie doesn’t review the story. So on some level every story in here managed to avoid being repulsive, confusing, disjointed, poorly written, and nauseous. That’s not to say that they don’t have elements of being thoroughly irritating, indicative of therapy, or astonishingly unrealistic. One’s questionable sense of humor does need fertilizer.
(2) Bettie’s pet peeve is eroticizing rape myths. Some stories manage to skirt this boundary, because one can imagine alien or mythical cultures becoming confused by conflicting input if they are endowed with some form of extrasensory perception. Any of the above scenarios that have enough information about human culture to know better are nixed. Prison stories, naturally, have other issues such that a so-called “forced seduction” becomes the best case scenario and can pass.