My journey as a sex toy tester


I am relatively new to the whole sex blogging thing in general and sex toy reviews in particular. I didn’t start this blog with the intention of reviewing sex toys, I reviewed the sex toys I had as part of creating diverse content on my site. However, once I started, I really liked it and wanted to do more. Continue reading “My journey as a sex toy tester”

Flash Fiction Friday – Rain


The rain took me by surprise; soaking me, drenching me. My carefully applied make up streaked my face. My hair, which I had spent an hour blow drying, lay flat on my head, dripping tendrils sticking to my neck. My silk blouse clung to my skin, making it obvious that I was not wearing a bra. What had seemed like a playful idea – the suggestion of a nipple under the fabric – had turned into a disaster. How could I enter the restaurant like this? Continue reading “Flash Fiction Friday – Rain”

Blogger spotlight: Victoria from Pretty Pink Lotus Bud

As part of the Summer 100 Sex Blogger Challenge I have decided to run a weekly series featuring a different participant in the challenge each week. This post will be dedicated to that blogger, so it will not include links to other participants. If you want me to turn the spotlight on you, contact me via email or DM on Twitter. Continue reading “Blogger spotlight: Victoria from Pretty Pink Lotus Bud”

My first experience with bondage

I have been interested in bondage for quite a while. I am not a very kinky person, or at least I never think of myself of kinky. Going out for lunch with a remote-controlled vibrating egg inside me was the kinkiest thing I had ever done. But I really liked the thought of being tied up and being unable to do anything as hubby pleasured me. I carefully put the suggestion to him that we experiment with it sometime and luckily he was up for it.

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Why is bisexuality so confusing to people?

For a long time in my life I didn’t really think about my sexuality. I was attracted to men and women alike, but identified as straight. Being gay was a taboo when I grew up (strict upbringing and such), so I mostly repressed my attraction to women. I made out with a few women in college, but it never progressed beyond that.

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