What is a
Smutlancer?

Do you write about sex? Do you want to get paid to do it?
You’re a smutlancer!

What kind of smutlancer are you?

Sex Blogger/Sex Toy Reviewer

Write about your sex life, share your fantasies, review sex toys and other products? 

Erotic Author

From short stories to novellas to epic novels, you want to build an audience and a career as an erotic author.

Freelancers

You want the freelance life but make it sex content. From pitched ideas to steady client work, you’re here to build a career creating content for others.

About Smutlancers

WHAT DO WE DO ?

We help adult content creators build audiences, stay motivated, achieve their goals, and turn their smutlancing goals into reality.

WHO ARE WE ?

The Smutlancers is a collaboration between Kayla Lords and Molly Moore, two long-time sex bloggers and smutlancers. We’ve learned a few things about smutlancing (the hard way) and we want to share what we know with you!

Let’s get social!

Join the Smutlancers Community

All the business talk you read or hear will tell you to network, network, network. If you picture uncomfortable small talk with strangers and plenty of awkward silences, you’re not alone. But it doesn’t have to be that way. We created the Smutlancers Community as a way to bring smutlancers at all levels together. To ask questions, find support, and remember that you’re not alone. Along the way, members form friendships, share tips, and build professional connections.

We keep the content here at The Smutlancers free and available for all who need it. But if you’re ready to invest in your smutlancing future and network in a way that doesn’t suck (and actually helps!), join the Smutlancers Community!

The Smutlancers gave me the leg up I needed to start the blog I’d been longing to write for years. Kayla, Molly, and the community have answered essential questions that I wouldn’t have even known to ask. Whether you need tips on hosting a site, a partner to edit your stuff, someone to keep you accountable, or just the knowledge that you’re not alone, you should join us.

— Veronica Bly

The Smutlancers Blog

Check out the Smutlancers blog written by Kayla, Molly, and other smutlancers just like you! Want to write for The Smutlancers? Pitch us!

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Here at Smutlancers, we work with regular contributors who write monthly columns and we also accept pitches from other writers who may have an idea we like. We want to recognize everyone who helped make The Smutlancers a resource for other creators in 2020!

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