Share our Shit Saturday: February 2019

It’s been a while – way too long! – since I have done a SOSS post. Life got in the way of blogging, and then I spent January on a different writing project. But I finally decided to get on the horse again. I don’t want to neglect my blog and an #SoSS post is the perfect way to get back into reading other blogs as well.

The posts shared here are not necessarily all new posts, but they are posts I hadn’t read yet and which spoke to me. So hopefully you enjoy them as well.

I really liked this personal post by Cara Thereon. I have complicated feelings about my own motherhood and this post really got me.

This is a beautiful, honest and personal post on celibacy from Sex Blog (of Sorts). I really enjoyed reading it.

Over at Dildo or Dildon’t, I really liked this review of the Sensuva bubble bath. I don’t really tend to take baths, and I think it’s because I haven’t really found the right bath product yet. I sometimes use simple bath salt, but I only really take a bath with that if my muscles are in pain and I need to relax them. Functional rather than sensual. I’ll have to see if I can get the Sensuva bubble bath here in the UK as that sounds like it would be right up my alley.

This entry called On Being Ghosted by Lupe Space is beautiful, but also sad. I can’t believe that this happened to them, and they deserve better! I also can’t believe Lupe Space is only a year old, it feels like it has been around much longer. Go and enter the competition if that’s your thing (I can’t as I’m in the UK).

Aria from Your Heavenly Body has written a powerful post about Continuously Coming Out. I love how open she is in this post and the way she described being gay. It has given me some food for thought.

There are many more amazing bloggers and blog posts out there, I couldn’t fit them all in. But if you search #SoSS on Twitter, you can find what others have shared. Enjoy!

2 thoughts on “Share our Shit Saturday: February 2019”

  1. Thank you. I think as women there’s a lot of complicated feelings around motherhood. Having kids or not having them can really cause a lot of emotional turmoil.

    Thanks for including me.

    1. Isabelle Lauren

      I agree. My sister and her husband decided not to have kids and I can’t count the number of times my mother and sisters have told her she will change her mind. She may, but she also may not. That’s entirely her choice.

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