The very first Sex Blogger Spotlight post is here! I’ll be featuring a new sex blogger or sex toy review site every Thursday from now on, as long as you lovely bloggers keep sending me your info, of course.
If you want to be featured, it’s really easy. You just need to email me with the info found on this page.
Now, on with this week’s featured sex blog. We welcome Clitical, and find out all the juicy details behind the blog and writer:
Q: What’s your blog name/online handle and how did you come up with the idea?
A: My blog/website is Clitical.Com and can be found at http://www.clitical.com. I go by the name CliticalJenne on both twitter and facebook.Clitical was founded 13 years ago, you know when dinosaurs still roamed the earth and cable was a distant thought in some very clever guys head. I have always loved writing erotica, and I used to publish my stories over at www.Eroticstories.com and became very good friends with the webmaster, Art. He had just been gifted the domain name Clitical from a friend who had brought it as a joke, and neither had any idea as to what to do with it.
After some head knocking and many sexual innuendos we settled on my writing the content and gearing it towards female masturbation, a subject I passionately believe is the foundation for good sex. It was agreed Art would do the web mastering as I knew nothing about servers, and all that jazz, and I would do the writing and produce the content. Over time Art became busy with his other sites I learned about servers (I screwed a few up in the process but shh’s that’s a secret) and the rest as they say is history.
Over the past thirteen years, Clitical has grown beyond my wildest dreams, and has experienced many design changes, but the idea behind her has always stayed true.
Q: Why did you start a sex blog or reviewing sex toys?
A: I started reviewing toys because an adult product company I worked with suggested it. I discovered I loved it, and the surprise of never quite knowing what would arrive on my doorstep makes it even more fun. Alas that company is no longer in business.
Q: Do you use social media? If so, where can we find you? A: Clitical has her own Facebook page.
A: Yes, for the most part. Acquaintances not so much, but my friends and family all know what I do and are more supportive than I ever hoped they would be.
Q: Have you ever done anything specifically so you can blog about it afterwards?
A: Yes. That’s part of the fun of sex blogging for me, it helps me stretch my personal boundaries. Of course it helps that Hubby is generally game to try something new with me as well.
Q: Do you take part in any blog memes? If so, which ones?
A: Yes, I make a point of taking part in Wicked Wednesday when time permits. I love writing prompts and Rebel comes up with some great ones that get my creative juices flowing…
Q: Will you still be blogging in 5 years time?
A: Yes! Simply put I can’t imagine not blogging, it’s way too much fun to stop.
Q: Tell us about three other bloggers you admire, and why.
A: 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.
At the risk of sounding like a kiss ass I love following CaraSutra. She makes me think, and I like people that make me question things.
Q: Who is your favourite adult shopping company, and why?
A: That’s not an easy question to answer, but I love a couple if I had to choose: Lovehoney.Com is a relatively newcomer to the market, but has great customer service, builds partnerships and has good product descriptions. GoodVibrations.Com is another of my favorites because again it has good customer service, is easy to work with as a partner, and has ethics.
Q: Do you prefer blogging fictional erotica, real life sex anecdotes or factual based content such as reviews and advice guides?
A: I like to mix all of them and adapt them to my own personal style. Giving myself a choice in turn means more choice for Clitical visitors and I believe that is important because if we all liked the same thing can you imagine how boring the web would be -))
Thanks very much for sharing your answers with us, Clitical.com.
– Cara Sutra