Author: Chelsea A. Hamlet


Smutlancer Spotlight: Quinn Rhodes

This month the Smutlancer Spotlight focuses on none other than the uniquely talented writer and activist Quinn Rhodes (he/him). The interview includes discussion about trans-inclusivity, mental health, disability, and how it informs his smutlancing journey. Check it out!

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Smutlancer Spotlight: Orpheus Black

This month, Chelsea Hamlet (she/her) interviewed none other than Orpheus Black (he/him). It was so jam-packed, we have a full video version so you can get all the gems we couldn’t fit in the article. Orpheus has been in the pleasure industry for over 20 years. He combines Buddhism with BDSM AND is openly poly. Check out our interview where we talk about his journey, spirituality, and much more.

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Smutlancer Spotlight: Ashley Cobb

Ashley Cobb, “your favorite friend in filth”, is a sexpert, leader, and influencer known for her fun, down to earth and practical commentary that’s been featured in top media outlets to include Huffington Post, Cosmopolitan, Self Magazine, Women’s Health, Black Love Doc, Shape, and many more.  She’s also the sex advice columnist for Madame Noire.


Smutlancer Spotlight: Morgan Claire Sirene

Happy New Year Smutlancers!!! Although we were limited in how we could celebrate due to the pandemic, I hope you all made the most out of ringing in the new year with your loved ones.   I’m sure by now you have at least one or two resolutions/goals in mind that you want to accomplish this year – even if it’s to be healthier – as do I! So, I’m proud to announce that one of my new year resolutions/goals came true: Morgan Claire Sirene (she/her) agreed to be our first Smutlancer Spotlight of 2021! *insert hearts in eyes emoji* Morgan...

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Smutlancer Spotlight: Dirty Lola

Hey Folks! Are you feeling a little burned out from 2020? If you are, you aren’t alone. I’m right there with you. I can’t speak for you, but I know for me, I’m learning that it’s important to take breaks from sex-related content. While I enjoy being in this industry, I need some time to veg out in front of the TV and find ways to recharge my internal batteries, especially during this pandemic. I used to feel guilty about feeling this way because many of my peers consume this content 24/7 and don’t seem to need a break. I’ve...