The Sex Positive Community

I refrain from using the term ‘sex bloggers’, as many of the online sex positive community are not just writers. We are fortunate to have other creatives, whether poets, artists, photographers, and many of us dabble in a few of these.

On this page I have included some links to other websites you may find interesting- I certainly have! These range from erotica to opinion articles, sex toy reviews to photography. Oh and trust me, there are many more!

Molly’s Daily Kiss
Girl on the Net
Hannah Lockhardt
Exhibit A
The Other Livvy
Coffee and Kink
Eye: Cleareyedgirl Blog
Exposing 40
Kate Sloan
Emmeline Peaches Reviews
Formidable Femme
Eve Ray
Sandra Lindsey
Kayla Lords
Whores of Yore
Tabitha Rayne
Meg-John & Justin

 

Would you like to get involved?

There are lots of chances to get involved in the community if you wish. Here are a few opportunities which can offer prompts and inspiration.

Can you write something so hot it’ll make others want to masturbate?

Wicked Wednesday... a place to be wickedly sexy or sexily wicked

Be wickedly sexy, or sexily wicked!


A monthly collection of self published pieces.

Sinful Sunday

A time and a place to share erotic and sexy photographs.


A fortnightly prompt- if it gets you going, tell Molly about it!

I Support Eroticon 2018

An annual sex blogging, writing and creative conference.

Also, as a part of this sex positive community, I have included some links to sites for further information

 

Consent Is Everything: some of my blog posts tackle consent, and occasionally consensual non-consent. All of the activities I talk about are 100% consensual, with thorough communication on limits. Sex without consent is rape.

Rape Crisis England and Wales/ Rape Crisis Scotland : On this site you will find: how to get help if you’ve experienced rape, child sexual abuse and/or any kind of sexual violence, and details of your nearest Rape Crisis services; information for friends, partners, family and other people supporting a sexual violence survivor; information about sexual violence for survivors, students, journalists and others; more about their work, members and how you can support them.

Backlash: Backlash is an organisation providing academic, legal, and campaigning resources defending freedom of sexual expression. They support the rights of adults to participate in all consensual sexual activities and to watch, read and create any fictional interpretation of such in any media.

NHS Sexual Health: Safe, responsible sex is important!