Category Archives: Paid Opportunities

All these sites are known to pay writers for their work, even if the specific amount is unknown.

Bellesa

“Bellesa’s collection of original erotic fiction is for the unapologetically bold to explore, celebrate, and own their sexuality.” URL: www.bellesa.co Payment: $50 USD per original short story (2k-3k words); no payment for previously published works Submission Information: Bellesa is looking for high quality, sex-positive filth that speaks to the entire sensory experience and encourages us…

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The Smutlancer

That’s right, The Smutlancer (this site that you’re on right now!) is looking for contributors. I put the information here in case you didn’t see it in the top menu of the site. Payment: Yes. $10 per article Submission Information: I want your lessons learned, tips, tricks, and other perspectives on working towards your smutlancing…

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Loving BDSM

Loving BDSM is a podcast, a website, and a community where John Brownstone and I talking about Loving BDSM in a loving relationship. We seek to educate and connect with new and experienced kinksters alike. URL: lovingbdsm.kaylalords.com Payment: Yes. $10 per article Submission Information: The topics we cover here on Loving BDSM – podcast, video,…

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Doxy

“Very few people buy a Doxy as an actual back massager, though they are very good for that, they buy them as a sex toy for amazing orgasms either by themselves or with a partner. Very few people read erotica just for the plot and character development, though they’re important to good writing, they read…

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Autostraddle

“Autostraddle is an intelligent, hilarious & provocative voice and a progressively feminist online community for multiple generations of kickass lesbian, bisexual & otherwise inclined ladies (and their friends)” URL: www.autostraddle.com Payment: Yes. Payment for essays is between $40 and $150. Longer form original feature journalism or reporting pieces (3000+ words) may receive a higher payment. Submission…

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Kink Academy

“Kink Academy is a comprehensive library of sex-ed videos for adventurous, consenting adults. Whether you’re new to kink or an experienced player, there’s something for everyone to learn on KinkAcademy.com.“ URL: www.kinkacademy.com Payment: Yes. $35 and a free month of membership to Kink Academy Submission Information: “We are looking for experienced kinksters and writers to…

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SwingTowns

“SwingTowns is a world-renowned, adult-only networking website and popular “sex-positive” lifestyle blog dedicated to providing original, inspirational, and motivational content that supports the varied interests, passions, and life choices of our diverse readership.” URL: blog.swingtowns.com Payment: Yes. Rates unpublished. Submission Information: “We are looking for exclusive content that not only shares sex-positive cultural information on…

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Divine Magazine

“Divine is a DIY printed art & story zine made by Jillian Adel in Los Angeles. It focuses on the themes of sexuality, bodies, gender, identity and self love—all through the lens of radical intersectional feminist sex positivity.” URL: www.divine-mag.com Payment: Yes. Rates unpublished. Submission Information: The quarterly zine is centered around a theme, and…

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Filthy

“In the world of sexuality, Filthy has something for everyone. A vintage erotica vibe with a contemporary artistic perspective.” URL: filthy.media Payment: Monetization is available, but writers are not paid per article. Submission Information: “Embrace your sexuality and submit your stories to the Filthy community.” Pitch Information: To submit your stories, join the community (it’s…

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Bedtime Diaries

“Our mission is to offer high-quality online erotica. For the fun of it!” URL: www.bedtimestories.com Payment: $5 per original story, nothing for book excerpts. Submission Information: “We want the steamy scenes you dog-ear in your romance or erotica novels! Each scene should create enough context for the reader, but focus on the “good” parts.While we embrace many…

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