Stuck in the cycle of stacking your to-do list with too many commitments and having little time left for your smutlancing? Quinn Rhodes (he/him) shares his experiences and thoughts on learning to say no so we can make time for his own smutlancing priorities.
The Smutlancers: Writing about sex and getting paid to do it
Income goes up, income goes down. The roller coaster can be stressful, but it can also present new opportunities and paths. With a serious dip in Smutlancer income, Kayla may need a slightly altered path to bring her income back up. Check out this month’s revenue report to learn more.
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.
There’s more to diversity and inclusion than simply changing a detail or two about a character. Your characters need to feel like real people, not stereotypes or like you’re trying to meet a quota. Auntie Vice shares several tips on how to write diverse characters and do it well.
Girl on the Net (she/her) gets a lot of questions on the smutlancing life. Those that she’s more likely to answer tend to all follow a similar pattern. It’s okay to reach out and ask for help (we encourage it!) but how you ask matters and what you ask will determine if you get an answer that’s helpful or not.
Kayla breaks down her revenue streams as a smutlancer for the month of April to show how she earns money creating content about sex. The goal is to balance out the different streams so that a loss in one doesn’t have such a big impact on her bottom line. This is how that went this month.
Kayla Lords (she/her) shares her experiences growing the Loving BDSM community through Patreon including which features she used and how she used them. She also shares tips and best practices as a NSFW creator on the platform.
Having multiple revenue streams is a “best practice” when you work for yourself, so you’re not overly reliant on income from a single source. In the monthly review, Kayla takes a look at her streams of revenue as they change and (hopefully) grow over time — to see if the streams can become more balanced. Check out the March 2021 report.