Merry Frolics is a great resource for information and tips about male masturbation as well as penis masturbator reviews and other sex toy reviews. It's a very well presented blog, comfortable to navigate and boasts impressive, professional graphics.
'll' originally stood for lesbian lust. My big secret when I was a teenager. I used to sketch pictures and write little stories, and label them with my secret tag, then delete or dispose of them hours or days later when I lost my nerve. I've never been in doubt over my sexuality; but I think its strength might be a little unusual.
I’m Ella Scandal, owner of and sole author at Scandarella.com. I blog about sex toys, and the occasional piece of bondage equipment, and I also write smutty little stories too. I read them to my husband, and if they get his motor running, they get published on the site.
My handle is Eliza Marie, my blog is called Talk the Talk with Eliza. My younger sister and I used to talk in English accents and Eliza was my "British Name"(It just stuck!).
I feel as if that since last year when I started using sex toys for the first time, I've become more body confident and learned a lot about myself. Some people say they're just sex toys but to me they've helped me a lot and I feel less insecure about myself nowadays because of that.
This week's sex blogger in the spotlight has an incredibly interesting life - I'm not surprised he's a sex blogger! Giles English is a male submissive in an established and committed relationship (Female Led Relationship) with his Dominatrix partner. Intrigued?
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.
This week it's Naughty Business Report in the sex blogger spotlight, a sex blogger in the Netherlands who is a very big fan of the wonderful Rebel's Notes. You can find out more about NBR, his blogging, reviews and other erotic projects in his feature below. Enjoy!
Having just celebrated my first year of sex blogging and toy reviewing I thought I should put pen to paper (in the digital sense) to give everyone a little information about who I am, what I like doing and what I hope to achieve with my little part of the internet: Sex Machine Reviews.
illicitthoughts is where I explore my fascination with all things sexy. It contains my erotic fiction, true-life experiences, poetry, photographs and some of my ideas, opinions and thoughts about sex. I welcome and appreciate interaction with my readers and have made some excellent friends thanks to my blog
Bella LaVey: This week’s sex blogger in the spotlight is Bella LaVey who is absolutely beautiful, has an absolutely gorgeous sex blog and very well maintained Facebook and Twitter pages. Bella focuses on providing both sex positive advice and sex education as well as sharing her own fascinating journal. Find out much more about Bella in her spotlight feature below.
My blog is named Come Heather (and can be found at comeheather.com). It's a play on "Come Hither," plus the term "come" implying orgasm, and my blogging pseudonym Heather. As much as a perfectionist as I am, I didn't give the name a whole lot of thought. It sort of popped in my head and I ran with it.
Hey, I’m CQ, writer, owner and chief sex toy maniac at Carnal Queen. Thanks for dropping by to read about me and my little blog, and thanks to Cara Sutra for hosting this fabulous Sex Blogger Spotlight Series! If you enjoy reading about me and my website, why not pop by on my blog or on Twitter to say hi :-) Right, let’s get started…
So the blog is called The Big Gay Review and I really wish there was a ‘hilarious’ anecdote to go with why I called the blog that – but the reality is, I thought it would be funny. I was thinking about things like ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding’ and basically thought ‘Let’s just call it what it is – it’s a review blog written by a big gay!’. And that’s honest to the dildo gods the reason behind the name.
This week’s sex blogger in the spotlight is Cammies on the Floor who has already featured at Cara Sutra this week for the more eagle-eyed amongst you. Read & enjoy Cammies' review of the Pjur Cult Latex Conditioner and Rock Rings Cocktagon III - and make sure you have a peek at the revealing spotlight below too.
Hi all, thanks for taking the time to check out this little blogger spotlight on me. My name is not actually Justin but due to dumb luck (see below) it is how I am known within the Sexblogging community. I’m a 30 year old guy that produces sex toy reviews, Vlogs and educational pieces at justindecerous.com generally in a BDSM context from a Dom’s point of view though not always.
Domina Doll is a sex writer, sexpert, and sex toy diva at PopMyCherryReview.com as well as an aspiring Passion & Pleasure Coach currently taking her Certificate as a Love Coach at Loveology.com. She has dabbled as a fetish photographer, Dominatrix, call girl, sex toy peddler, and jill of all trades, but her passion is teaching others about positive sexuality, intimacy and how to have passion-filled relationships.
My name is Caroline. I’m 23 years old. A veterinary technology student by day and janitor by night. PimentoMori Reviews is the result of my deep love of sex toys. I think they are amazing, and I want to share that joy with everyone. I hope that my reviews help people to find the perfect toy for themselves, and to make the world a little bit more sex-positive!
I am a 41 year-old executive businesswoman living in a big city. I am also a Mom; my son Liam lives with me every other week. My blog is my journal. The turbulence in the last few years in my life – involving an open marriage, affairs, divorce, sexual reawakening, online dating – all while navigating equal custody of my son and trying to maintain a good relationship with my ex – inspired me to get back to writing.
I stick with 'Boy' because my pieces are often close to home and, although a pseudonym has its downfalls, it helps protect the people I write about and, of course, me. It also means that my readers can be assured of their own anonymity: life is tricky at the best of times and the online world is a place - I believe - where we should find a bit of space; separation from needing to be something we're not.