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Hi readers! I'm back this week with a new instalment of Sex Blogger School. This week, I'm taking a look at another question from the sex toy reviewer community: Should I let a company approve my sex toy review before I publish?
This week I'm welcoming another lovely sex blogger, product reviewer and VIP member of the Pleasure Panel into the spotlight: Livvy Libertine. Find out all about Livvy in her feature including revealing Q&A below!
1 in 7 people with HIV are unaware they have the virus, according to a report by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control. There's really no need for anyone to be in the dark about their HIV status. You don't need to go to a clinic to test for it, you can self test for HIV in the comfort and privacy of your own home.
You've been happily sex toy reviewing for various businesses on your blog – and then you get a product you really don't get on with. But the company who sent it to you are lovely! They'll be so upset with a negative review! What should you do?
A lot of people who only enjoy your run-of-the-mill sex don’t always understand the appeal behind bondage and sadomasochism. This is because they are used to seeing sex as a pleasure-giving activity; so they don’t always get why some people will want to be dominant or be dominated.
I regularly get messages along the lines of, "apologies for the 6 separate emails but the pictures wouldn't send all together," or "my emails won't attach all the photos, I don't know how to get them to you". Sound familiar? If so, this post is for you. Today I'm going to reveal how to email multiple photos without it failing to send.
I am Isabelle. I have lived in a few countries, but am settled in the UK for now. I work in an office by day, but my hobby has always been writing, so when I started to get a bit more serious about writing I decided to start a blog as well.
An online survey of over 2000 UK adults* has revealed some fascinating insights into our masturbation habits and attitudes. The Masturbation Matters survey was commissioned by TENGA for Masturbation Month and posed masturbation-related questions to people of various age groups (18+), genders and relationship status.
As a blogger, you will eventually come across the terms dofollow and nofollow. They relate to website links. What's the difference between dofollow (aka simply follow) and nofollow links? Does it really matter which type you use? How do you specify which of them any one link is – and when should you make a link nofollow?
How To Have Great Sex With Your Partner Despite A Politics Clash With the United Kingdom General Election 2017 fast approaching, tensions are high - particularly...
A question often asked in the sex blogging community is, "Should bloggers charge money for sex toy reviews?" This question has been the centre of some controversy, and it would appear that many sex bloggers feel divided over the issue.
If you and your partner have become like ships in the night, it's time to think about an adult-only break. Desire Cruises are here to help you.