6 Ways to Stop Worrying About Being Wrong and Publish Your Content Anyway

6 Ways to Stop Worrying About Being Wrong and Publish Your Content Anyway

When you write or talk about sex, sexuality, and gender, there’s almost always someone waiting in the wings to tell you how wrong you are. They’ll tell you your topic is disgusting or you’re using the wrong words. Maybe they’ll throw some social media hate your way, making it feel like the entire world thinks…

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The Case for Being More Generous With Your Audience SL014

episode 14 of the Smutlancer podcast about being generous with your time and your audience

When we share our personal sexual experiences, give advice on the best way to do this or the top number of [insert things to try here], our audience may consider us a resource for all kinds of information about sex. Some (but not all) of them may even seek our advice on more specific questions.…

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Develop a Writing Habit and Audience with Sex Blogging Memes

teal sign that discusses sex blogging memes

Blogging memes hold a special place in my heart. Before writing this post, I just finished a post for Wicked Wednesday, a blogging meme hosted by Marie Rebelle. She was one of the first blogs I followed when I began my own website, and she was one of the first communities I joined to meet…

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