Delineating further developments on the Ukrainian sexual scene in the new millennium, the postscript opens with a brief discussion of two art series investigating the human body. The focus then shifts to four female authors who represent the second, porno-chic Ukrainian-style wave of erotomaniac fictions. They showcase two distinct groups: the established, “serious” writers Maria Matios and Ievheniia Kononenko, and the representatives of the new generation, Irena Karpa and Sofiia Andrukhovych, who reveal a much less inhibited erotic imagination. A comparative reading once again demonstrates how sexuality, eroticism, and sexual difference, conventionally conceived as “natural,” are determined by singular gendered experiences, certain ideologies, and politics of representation. Each and every one is inscribed into the intricate figurations of the contemporary erotics of Ukrainianness.