Taboo Week: Let’s (Not) Talk About Sex

Everywhere we look these days, we're confronted by references to sex in some shape or form. Advertising billboards feature hot young things in suggestive poses with lascivious expressions on their faces, and so much music is still about sex and desire that it seems like it should be a normal thing to want. It might... Continue Reading →

Reflections on Eroticon 2018

It's been a week since I was standing up in front of a room full of friendly people in Camden, London, giving a talk about the history of the bra. This time it wasn't a fashion conference though, as I was back at Eroticon, the conference for sex bloggers, erotica writers and other erotic creatives.... Continue Reading →

Introducing… the Quite Delightful project

Back in September 2014, I placed an order for the the first issue of a new erotic magazine for women called Quite Frankly. Aspiring to promote an honest, intelligent and open exploration of female sexuality, this luxurious publication was certainly made to be poured over rather than quickly consumed. If hot and well written sex... Continue Reading →

For Books’ Sake presents… Tongue in Cheek

For all the women who love reading and women who love writing, there is a wonderful organisation called For Books' Sake which aims to champion female writers, challenging inequality and empowering women and girls of all backgrounds to tell their stories and have their voices heard. You may have heard of them already. Perhaps you've... Continue Reading →

Ann Summers Erotic Fiction: The winners

The winners of the Ann Summers Erotic Fiction Writing Competition were announced back in February and I'm a really bad blogger for not sharing them with you sooner. The judging panel were inundated with entries from across the globe and received over 400 stories that shared an array of fantasies, experiences and sexual role play.... Continue Reading →

Let’s talk about sex

A couple of weeks ago, I was invited to a attend a small event to "discuss women's sexual wellbeing in today's culture and the myths associated with this subject". It's an interesting topic and one which I could debate on for hours when I have an appropriate space filled with interested people, so I said... Continue Reading →

Fifty Shades of media saturation

So, the infamous film of the infamous book is now showing at UK cinemas and there can't be a single person over the age of consent who has't noticed. Everyone's talking about how the lead actors didn't get along and hated being in the film, the author and director disagreed, the trailer was terrible, and... Continue Reading →

Recipe for a fun festive season

As we enter the festive season, designed to bring cheer to the dark days of winter, I thought I would share my recipe for the perfect secular Christmas. NOTE: All quantities can be adjusted to taste, and substitutions can be made wherever specific ingredients cannot be located. Enjoy! Preparation Begin the festive season by giving... Continue Reading →

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