2017 – a year in review

New Year's resolution fireworks

I had planned a whole blog post where I would look back to New Year’s Eve 2016 and see what wonderful New Year’s resolutions I had for 2017. Then I read my 2016 NYE post and decided against that idea. Reason being, I have not achieved any of the goals I set for myself for 2017. Continue reading “2017 – a year in review”

My Little Pony: a story of gender neutral marketing

My Little Pony

My youngest son (age 8) is crazy about My Little Pony. He had heard children talk about the show at school and then became aware there was a movie as well. Roughly around the same time, my husband picked up a Tesco toy catalog. The first couple of pages in the catalog were completely gender neutral, featuring a range of “popular” toys without showing kids playing with the toys. My youngest happily circled the My Little Pony toys to put on his Christmas list and announced he really wanted to see the movie too. Continue reading “My Little Pony: a story of gender neutral marketing”

Elust 100

Photo courtesy of Wriggly Kitty

Welcome to Elust 100

The only place where the smartest and hottest sex bloggers are featured under one roof every month. Whether you’re looking for sex journalism, erotic writing, relationship advice or kinky discussions it’ll be here at Elust. Want to be included in Elust #101 Start with the rules, come back December 1st to submit something and subscribe to the RSS feed for updates! Continue reading “Elust 100”

Successful monogamy: is that possible?

Monogamy has been the status quo for a very long time and it is refreshing to see alternatives becoming more acceptable. But I feel that monogamy has gotten a bad name and as a sex blogger, I sometimes feel a bit silly for being monogamous. But my husband and I have been exclusive for 20 years (married for 16) and I don’t recognise our relationship in the staid picture of monogamy that the media usually portrays. Continue reading “Successful monogamy: is that possible?”

Share our Shit Saturday: What I enjoyed reading this week

Another week has come and gone, time flies these days. In keeping with the #SOSS hashtag, here is another round up of blog posts I found interesting this week. I have decided to also share links to other people I find interesting (Twitter or their personal website), because I don’t like to limit myself to blogs only. I just want to share shit in general (the hashtag is Share our Shit, not Share our Blog Posts after all). Continue reading “Share our Shit Saturday: What I enjoyed reading this week”

ENDED – One year blogiversary: win a Sh! Bliss Vibe

My blog is turning one, I can’t believe it! It doesn’t seem like I have been blogging about sex for a year, but it appears to be the case. I have grown a lot in the last year, both as a sex blogger and as an individual, and I am so grateful for all the other sex bloggers out there who helped me find my feet, consoled me when my website went down and I lost a LOT of blog posts, and made me feel welcome in the sex blogging community. Continue reading “ENDED – One year blogiversary: win a Sh! Bliss Vibe”

I took a class at Sh! Women Store and it was awesome

Sh Women Store

About a week and a half ago, on 19 October, I attended a class at Sh! Women Store. I had planned to attend a class earlier in the year, but never got round to do it. This time, I was in London for work anyway, so I had no excuse not to go. Continue reading “I took a class at Sh! Women Store and it was awesome”

Monogamous sex blogger: contradiction in terms?


When I started my sex blog, I did not know many other sex bloggers. I initially started my blog to have a place to post my erotic short stories and to muse about sex in general. I didn’t even consider myself a sex blogger. It wasn’t until I started doing the Summer 100 Sex Blogger Challenge that I got to know other sex bloggers and I started to get a bit self conscious when I read their blogs. Continue reading “Monogamous sex blogger: contradiction in terms?”

The challenges of sex blogging as a mum


Sex blogging is fun. So much fun. I love testing sex toys and learning more about what I like in my toys, and I love talking about sex in general. The sex blogging community is also amazing, both through blogs and social media (in my case, Twitter). But being a sex blogging mum is not without its challenges. Continue reading “The challenges of sex blogging as a mum”