(I don't know for sure if I need this warning because I don't get graphic, but this is a discussion about writing a sex scene, so it doesn't hurt, right?)
Edit: As a preamble, let me just mention that my story is told from the first person perspective of my (mostly) female MC.
As many of you know since you helped me identify my genre, I'm revising my paranormal romantic fantasy about angels who become demons. After reading the uber-helpful "How to be a Sex Writing Strumpet" series, I realized that I need to work on my sex scene. That scene is the first time my MC and LI sleep together after MC becomes a demon.
I was shying away from really writing a graphic scene because of the usual "Onoz, what if my dad reads this?" problems. But after reading the series, I realized that 1) I like writing sex scenes and 2) the story calls for it.
I then realized that the story calls for a second sex scene. Since I don't want to regale you with every last plot detail, for the moment, take my word for this -- The scene would fit best if I switched my MC and LI's genders. My MC is a female through most of the book and my LI is a male; however, for this scene, it would fit the story perfectly for them to make love (and yes, it is a love-making scene) if the MC is the man and the LI is the woman. It fits the world as I've told it (i.e. angels/demons are sexless until they choose not to be).
Assuming that I've suspended my readers' disbelief as to the mechanics of said plot development, I'm curious as to how this would be received in the paranormal romance reader community. Personally, I think it's FABULOUS and something I would want to read. But of course, that doesn't mean everyone is like that.