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.
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!
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've met some truly amazing people while I've been blogging, both in the NSFW category and vanilla bloggers, too. Sometimes it actually makes me cry thinking about how many awesome people I know and how they're all improving the world. (This usually happens when I'm PMSing, and I usually tweet about it.)
I read quite a few sex blogs. Many of them are excellent, but I hadn't found any written by someone who shares my identity as a polyamorous bisexual switch. I'd find myself nodding along with a perspective about kink only to be jarred by a sentence that implied that of course all relationships are monogamous, or reading about polyamory from a perspective that doesn't allow for consensual power dynamics in relationships. It felt as though reading a representation of sexuality that encompassed my experience required cobbling bits and pieces of others' writing into a sort of kinky Frankenstein's monster. If I was going to be doing that anyway, I may as well put it out there for anyone else who might be interested.
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!).
Ryan P.'s blog, red-pussy-hair.blogspot.com is a personal sexual journal that chronicles his responses to naked people and pictures of naked people. Discussing his relationships with women, porn, early (and current) masturbation experiences, it explores, in his own words: "things I've done, things I wish I'd done, and things I probably shouldn't have done".
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.
My fiance and I were in a long distance relationship for two separated years at the beginning of our relationship, and I joined a site called Sex Forums initially looking for ideas to try to make our sex life a little more exciting. My fiance has always been shy when it comes to talking about sex, and we didn't have much phone sex because getting started was awkward, so I was looking for other things we could try. I started a blog on Sex Forums and began writing sex toy reviews as a hobby, and while it took several years, that blog turned into a WordPress blog with my own domain. I'm very much a newbie, but I've already learned a lot and continue to do plenty of research.
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.
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 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.
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”.
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.
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.