Are you a Sex Blogger Reader and Writer?

I read and subscribe to a lot of blogs. I am a blog addict. When I first started in 2009 I was just a blogger, then I realized I had better get to know some of the other bloggers who were in my niche. Being a sex blogger I didn’t really need friends to sell my content, but I wanted to know how other bloggers had their sites and I was always searching for ideas for fresh content. I commented like a mad person to get my name out there and that mostly did the trick. I started off like most people with a blogroll that consisted of people who had me on their blog roll. I don’t just blog about sex anymore, so readership is harder earned, but feels so much better. Now I just don’t care if people blog roll me. I read what I like. I comment because I have something I wanna say, and because I know bloggers love comments.

I do read other adult/ sex blogs. I use Twitter to connect to most of them and see what people are posting about. I also have a blogroll and I haven’t been on Blogger (with this blog) for at least a couple of years. So, I’m doing a few things right.

Sometimes I wonder why I write this blog at all. I’m not making money via Google. I don’t review toys (I tried it but to be paid in toys didn’t work out for me). I’m not very social so I’m not reading and writing the way Karen has written about in her post (see above). Maybe I just like a place to put these kind of things and thoughts when I do get something I want to add.

Wikipedia’s Greatest Sex Illustrator Is an Anonymous Legend

His style is unmistakable, and nearly as striking as his subject matter: Clean vector graphics, gradient colors, blank and ominous backgrounds.

 

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Across Wikipedia, dozens of articles on sex–from missionary position to mammary intercourse–are adorned by strikingly graphic illustrations from the same mysterious illustrator. Here, we’ve collected a few of the artist known only as Seedfeeder’s greatest works.

Anyone who remains anonymous is forever a mystery. That’s the allure. Seedfeeder will be remembered and remain part of history long after others who took credit for their work are forgotten.Their images may live on – but their names won’t. In the long run Seedfeeder may be remembered longer than those who have names.

 

Would you try Vintage Sex Toys?

Anonymous at XOJane tried three vintage sex toys and lived to write about it.

Probably not something I wold have done. Sex toys usually disappoint me anyway. But, I wouldn’t be rushing out to try something old in that way. The whole “you don’t know where it’s been”.

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The Relax-A-Cizor looked interesting. But, I’m not a fan of electrical shocks.

You can find more odd contraptions, historical sex toys on Pinterest.