Share Our Shit #1

‘Pull up a chair. Take a taste. Come join us. Life is so endlessly delicious.’
Ruth Reichl

I’ve decided to jump on a brilliant bandwagon started by ErosBlog and continued by Girl on the Net and other brilliant bloggers under the hashtag #SoSS (Share Our Shit Saturday) and share some of the great writing that I have enjoyed this week.

Recently, many of the platforms that were previously open to sex workers and sex writers have changed their policies and are now trying to silence us instead. Until recently, I was shadowbanned on Twitter – essentially meaning that unless you already followed me, you couldn’t find me. I wouldn’t appear in searches, my replies to you would go unseen, and I was effectively mute. And I wasn’t the only one.

But this has prompted a great response from the blogging community – we are sharing all the amazing posts that we have read this week to make sure that they are still heard! Now I can’t guarantee that I will post something every Saturday (particularly as this first post is on a Sunday…) but I will try and share my favourites as often as I can!

So here goes…

Obviously, I’m biased but my husband really is a beautiful writer and I love how he has captured the hotness of this moment!

I have always been a huge fan of GOTN – she fearlessly writes about subjects that need to be heard, and this is a beautiful example.

This is a really wonderful post about a difficult subject. And is why I love sex writing – it’s so important to hear about experiences that are different from my own and is why silencing them is so awful.

Hearing about terrible toys really is just as important as hearing about the good ones, and Epiphora proves once again why she’s the best!

Tabitha writes such brilliantly hot stories, and this is no exception. Plus it’s illustrated with one of Tabitha’s drawings, which I almost love more than the story!

And that’s it for this week! There were so many other great posts that I could have included so do check out the hashtag #SoSS to see what else we all recommend!

One thought on “Share Our Shit #1

  1. I enjoyed seeing your list, a few I haven’t read yet. Great quote by Ruth Reichl, she is one of the people I would love to meet in person and talk to. Have you seen her book… ‘My Kitchen Year: 136 Recipes That Saved My Life’? If not, you must Livvy, a wonderful story and some great recipes (of course)

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