I was so focused on my stinging arse and the wetness coming down my upper thighs that I almost didn’t notice that he had gone to pick up yet more torture toys. I eagerly opened my buttocks when he started pressing the butt-plug against my opening. How strangely wonderful it felt as it slowly entered me...
The main goal of my blog and work is to normalize sex, sex toys, and nudity through open discussion, creativity, and sex positivity. My blog is ranked highly on sex blog lists like the Top Sex Bloggers of 2013, my writing has appeared on sites like Fleshbot.com, and I’m known in the sex toy world as a photography guru. I’ve attended blogger conferences like CatalystCon andEroticonUSA, and I love networking with sex positive people. I identify as a feminist, pan-sexual slut, and I live in weird and fabulous Austin, Texas with my long term partner Jake and our adorable kitty. I love reading and learning, French press coffee, travelling, devouring al pastor tacos, (topless) sunbathing, knee high socks, gluten free pizza, pinups, cats, Bloody Marys, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
By Lucy Felthouse: Are you ready to discover what Lucy Felthouse uses as erotic writing inspiration? Thanks Lucy for visiting the Cara Sutra blog today and sharing your erotic writing secrets with us!
Why did you start a sex blog or reviewing sex toys? I'm a sex+ person and I was trying to reclaim my sexuality after a traumatizing event. I wanted to learn more about my body and sex toy reviewing has put me and my body through so many good--and some bad--experiences. I'm grateful for all of them. I'm becoming a pro at me ; ) What’s your favourite thing about blogging? The writing process! I have notes plastered all around my room. I'm an English major and future author and sex+ woman, I needed something regular to write about.
Dr. J: or my first job in sexuality, I packed condoms for Adam and Eve. I saw in real time how research and teaching could help people feel good about their sexual selves. That spurred me on to finish my undergraduate degree in health education specialising in sexuality.
Some stalls didn’t have doors, and it was easy to walk by and see if any action was going on. Men either sat on the toilet or kneeled on towels as they serviced cocks protruding from the glory holes. In the adjacent stalls, they splayed their bodies against the cold metal walls, hands gripping the tops of the enclosures, their asscheeks clenching and unclenching as they were serviced through the glory holes.
Puspus Girl: Puspus Girl is a regular reviewer for the Pleasure Panel, but did you know she also writes at her own blog? This week the sex blogger spotlight shines on this lovely lady from Finland. Find out why Puspus started her sex blog, what inspires and motivates her, as well as some of her favourite sex bloggers & sex toys too.
I've also been involved with the UK fetish scene since the early days, which has provided plenty of background knowledge and inspiration. The Aishling Morgan books are perse, with a wide variety of settings and characters, while I aim to provide sufficient plot to make each story worthwhile in its own right. Their erotic content is also highly perse but tends to focus on power play and exotic sex, sometimes very exotic, and always an integral part of the story.I use Peter Birch for more conventional, modern erotica, essays and other non-fiction work.
I'm single, Irish, I live in Dublin (but I'm not a Dub). I work a corporate job and hide this side of myself most of the time. I've been writing all my life but only blogging for just over a year and a half. I'd love to find a way to do this full time. I am dominant and direct in life and it's apparently a shock to find out that I'm somewhat of a submissive in bed, even if I do tend to top from the bottom.
Elizabeth Black: This week's erotic author in the spotlight is Elizabeth Black, who shares insights about the lady behind the pen name in this fascinating feature below. A fellow cat lover, hurray! We've also been treated to an incredibly hot free excerpt as well as links to Elizabeth's website and social media.
Tonya Kinzer is a self-published erotic romance author whose books are quickly climbing the charts at Amazon and Barnes & Noble. If you’re looking for a romance with a little more spice than the average hot read, you won’t want to miss taking a look at her work. She writes erotic romance for readers who love to become a silent character within the story. You will be pulled into scenes to partake of activities along the lines of soft bondage and Dom/sub relationships, to feel what her characters feel and taste what they taste: strong sexual desires much like your own. Be prepared to enter a world you'll not want to leave and can't wait to get back to. Worlds where new submissives and demanding Doms entice you to read more.
This week's featured sex blogger is Vanessa de Largie - thanks for stepping into the spotlight, Vanessa! As well as writing an intriguing and revealing sex blog, Vanessa is a sex writer for some big name publications.
We are a couple who is into fun with feet and enjoy sharing our foot fetish adventures with people online. ToeGirl's feet have been the centre of attention as we have pursued a wide variety of foot fetish related activities. We enjoy bare feet with painted toes as well as nylons, flip-flops and even the occasional pair of high-heels come into the mix. We try to be creative and do things with themes or colours and often try to do a mixture of photography and video whenever possible.
This week's featured sex blogger is none other than the fabulous Little Switch Bitch, who writes fantastic sex toy reviews and other articles at her own sex blog and is a regular and wonderful participant in the Pleasure Panel guest reviewing community here at CaraSutra.
This week's blogger feature shines the spotlight on Screw Taboo, and you can find their sex blog here. It's absolutely bursting with fascinating articles, personal insights and product reviews, all written in a refreshingly confident and courageously honest voice. Screw Taboo is also one of the fantastic Pleasure Panel reviewers.