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.
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.
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.
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.
In 2012, I had a lover who told me that he didn't like having sex with me because I couldn't let go and enjoy the experience. He wasn't wrong, but I was devastated. I realized I hadn't orgasmed in years (if ever), and I decided to blog my escapades in masturbation and orgasms. I also wanted a place to write down all the sexual fantasies that played through my head like a movie, all day, every day. Over time, I discovered D/s and my submissive nature, and my blog changed direction.
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.
Property Of Potter rates highly on my list of amazing bloggers. She is one of the few bloggers that I've had the privilege to meet in real life and she is amazing. Lori from Kink, etc is awesome as well. I have loved watching her grow as a blogger and come out of the darkness of her former lifestyle.
I did some Toy with me Tuesday posts a while back under another name, I'm currently doing 30 Days of Kink, TMI Tuesday and Fetish Friday.
I'm a 30-something writer of erotica and sex blogger, from New Zealand. When I started my blog, 'Bree Guildford Erotica' in December 2013 it was primarily to share my writing, however I soon developed a passion for sex blogging and now share both on my blog.I enjoy being able to connect with readers, other writers of erotica and sex bloggers, especially entering into dialogue about matters close to my heart, or that I feel need to be more widely spoken about. I write a lot about different facets of women's sexuality and feel that as a woman who is married to a woman - but doesn't identify as a lesbian - I have a special insight into sexual fluidity that a lot don't have.
The purpose of Katie Laid Bare to give my readers and followers, an insight into my world and the things that are important to me. I intend to be open and frank about the topics I choose to write about. Some of my views may be controversial, some funny, and some, I hope, thought provoking. Ultimately, it's really just a random collection of musings on the subjects of sex, life, the universe and everything; but mostly sex.
My blog name Modesty Ablaze came about from a one of my “Cougar Moments” with an extremely energetic young man at our local Swingers Club. After we emerged from the “viewing room” to a round of applause from quite a crowd of on-lookers, I blushingly giggled to my young lover “you’ve sent my modesty up in flames”. He replied “Modesty Ablaze”.
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?
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 it’s Jerusalem Mortimer in our sex blogger spotlight – who is one of those seemingly rare creatures: a male sex blogger. Not only a male sex blogger, but a Dom who loves to write about his BDSM interests on his fascinating sex blog...
I have managed to embarrass myself on numerous occasions, but after some initial cringing, I can laugh about it. In the past year I have managed to: Post pictures of giant Bad Dragon dildos to my personal Facebook account Invite my readers to “enter me” (Thanks Cara for spotting that one!) Referred to someone as though they were male, for about a month before realising this person was actually female. Used the word “vagina” when talking about the vulva. (“Shave your vagina”) Fail!
SexandJava.com is focused on bringing information to the public about our experiences with toys, mostly from a couples perspective, though we just recently added a new female writer who does reviews from an entirely individualized focus. Our first sex toy purchase before the site was of a latex-infused dildo (Ms.A has a serious latex allergy) and some lube that caused skin irritation which caused me to go on a research endeavor to find out why. We found out that there are no regulations for what goes into a sex toy and not many for what goes into lubrication. We've been working hard to find companies that focus on creating safe sex toys and lubrication. It was mostly Ms.A's idea for the site, after I kept referring her to other review sites for information, she said, "Hey, I want to do that." and SexandJava.com was born. She doesn't like to write, just share her opinions. I like to write, so it really just happened to work out that way.
I didn't set out to be the every woman's example of embracing and feeling empowered my sexuality and sensuality, but it just happened. I just want every woman to know that it's more than okay to accept, explore and embrace their sexuality and sensuality. I think women and the world as a whole would be happier and enjoy better relationships with their partners. I can say that I've never felt happier and more centered in my life since preaching what I practice.