It has been a while since I have written a #SoSS post. I usually only do it once every two weeks, but I believe it has been a month since I last wrote a post highlighting other sex bloggers’ work and I am sorry for that.
Without further ado, here are some blog posts I have enjoyed reading these past few weeks.
Cara Thereon writes about having body hair and how she always feels the needs to apologise for it. This really resonated with me, as I don’t feel sexy unless I am shaven, even though I know having body hair isn’t unhygienic or gross. I am going to try to let go of my insecurities around body hair as well.
I don’t know why, but I really enjoy reading sex toy reviews where the reviewer absolutely hated the toy. And Lupe Space’s’s review of the Pink BOB wand is no exception. I have reviewed a few Pink BOB products myself and I agree that it is a whole bag of nope. I really like the company PR lady, but the products are terrible. Lupe Space just expresses it better than I could.
Miss Doll Reviews has a nice post on her blog about lingerie. I love how she wears sexy lingerie underneath her “normal” clothes as a precursor to what is going to happen later that day/evening. Which is a timely reminder (once again) that I really need to get some nice lingerie.
I met Eve at Eroticon and although we didn’t really get a chance to chat a lot, she made quite an impression on me (not the least because her dress was amazing!). I really love Eve’s write up of Eroticon and I am excited to see where she is going to take her blog next!
I always like to read Joanne’s reviews and this one of the Hot Octopuss Atom cock ring is very good. I find the Atom looks very intimidating as it’s quite big, but reading this review I am wondering if it wouldn’t be something for me and hubby. Maybe one day…
Little Switch Bitch reviewed a pussy pump which I found very interesting to read about. I have no experience with a pussy pump, but I would like to see the effect of it on my own pussy. I do love the swollen look. Although I would not really be into the pain part of the experience.
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