Showing Kinky Love for #SOSS: Issue 1

share our shit saturday issue 1

In my mind “sex blogging” is something very specific – blogging about sex (duh, right?) but on a personal level or an extremely smutty one. I often think of it that way because it’s how I began my own blogging journey in 2012. John Brownstone did, too. We wrote about our own thoughts and feelings, our personal sexual experiences before we ever did what we do here at Loving BDSM.

What we do here on Loving BDSM doesn’t feel like the sex blogging I’m used to, but I think it’s time I changed my perception of what it is we do here. The online world of talking about, sharing, and educating others about sex, kink, gender, and relationships is bigger than people realize. But there’s no way a single person can find all the good stuff to read and enjoy.

As kinksters you already know what it’s like to find bad information (don’t we all?). It doesn’t help that platforms like Twitter and Tumblr, among others, make it harder and harder for people to discover any info or content at all. SOSS stands for Share Our Shit Saturday and it’s a call to action from the sex blogging community (of which we really are a part). It’s meant to help you, our readers, discover good resources of information. It’s also a plea from those of us who create content through blogs, podcasts, or videos, for you to share our shit. When we help you, entertain you, or just make you think, let your own sexy, kinky, or smut-loving followers know about us.

Tweet a link. Tell a friend. Share a blog post. Help spread the word.

Here at Loving BDSM, we’re going to do our part in SOSS and show lots of kinky love. This is only the beginning…

Gio Talks to Professor Sex

Consensually Speaking is a fairly new podcast hosted by Gio. He has 12 episodes at the time we’re publishing this, and he’s talked to several people we know and love. The one I want to direct your kinky attention to is episode 8 with Professor Sex. If the name sounds familiar that’s because we’ve mentioned on our own show multiple times. In this episode, you get a glimpse of what we love about her. She’s fucking brilliant and will make you think of kink, gender, sex, and relationships in new and smarter ways. What I like about Gio is that he just talks to his guests and the conversation goes in all kinds of interesting directions. It’s like getting a peak into a private conversation and my nosy side loves that.

Competitive Submission

Amy of Coffee and Kink is one of my favorite people, in general. I met her at Eroticon in March 2017, and it was instant good vibe feels (there may have been squeeing). Over the past several months I’ve watched her grow as a blogger and when she made waves on Kinkly’s Top Sexblogging Hero’s List, I was very proud of her. She reviews sex toys and talks about her kinky life, but it’s her participation in 30 Days of D/s that I want to draw your attention to. All of her posts have been excellent but Competitive Submission got me right in the gut. I might not be a switch but I can definitely relate to a “That person is better than me” feeling.

When a D/s Relationship Ends

Doe, “a vanilla rabbit” from A Different Kind of Rabbit Hole, blogged her way through 30 Days of D/s. I’m so far behind in my reading of her posts – which she diligently sent to me every day, and I have an email folder of links waiting for my attention. It was her response to day 25, When a D/s Relationship Ends, that made me smile while also relating completely to her past feelings at the end of a relationship. Break-ups suck but they can be learned from, and I think that’s what Doe is doing.

What Submission Means to Her

Sayyid’s Girl, sometimes known as Habibti, has a fascinating D/s relationship with elements that I have enjoyed reading about. Her post on Submission, another 30 Days of D/s prompt (do you see a pattern here?) is a lovely look at their dynamic. I enjoyed reading her thoughts on her submission and what intrigues her now that she might not have considered before. What I really loved was how they creatively hide a bit of their kink, due to a second language not everyone speaks, while still connecting in a meaningful way.

We plan to join in on SOSS each week (as often as we can) and yes, you may see a lot of 30 Days of D/s posts. (We’re definitely biased there.) But we love being a part of the sex blogging community, and we want to help you connect with new-to-you stories, people, and experiences. And yes, if you write/blog as part of 30 Days of D/s, send the link our way. I’m woefully slow at reading everything, but you never know when we might feature you here!

3 Comments

  • Sayyids Girl

    Reply Reply November 11, 2017

    Hi Kayla!

    Thank you so much for the mention. I feel honoured because I so admire you and John Brownstone!

    Keep doing what you do!

    ~SayyidsGirl

    • Kayla Lords

      Reply Reply November 12, 2017

      You’re welcome! Thanks for blogging!

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