5 Sex Blogs You Can't Miss

5 Sex Blogs You Can't Miss

With Valentine's Day right around the corner, we’re highlighting a few of our favorite fun, informative, and sexy blogs that highlight the diversity in sexuality. Check them out and tell us if you have other blogs to share!

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Glamerotica 101

The Glamerotica 101 website, created by sexpert Tyomi, aims to educate, enlighten, and empower readers by providing information on sexually transmitted infections, encouraging self-awareness in mind and body, and exhibiting new sex positions. The information is well-researched and easily accessible. Tyomi is on a mission to further the agenda of sexual liberation for women, and Glamerotica 101 does it with class and style. (Some images are NSFW, so keep that in mind).


Funky Brown Chick

BlogHer '12 Presenter and award-winning educator and sex adviser, Twanna Hines, M.S., writes her own blog, Funky Brown Chick where she blogs about various topics, including sexual health and advocacy for sexual openness and liberation. Her blog creates a space for readers to discuss sexuality and sex health openly and without judgment or shame.


Poly Momma

Poly Mommais a married woman in a responsibly non-monogamous relationship with her loving husband. Together, they have a son they are raising to be sexually liberated and open, tolerant and accepting, and just plain awesome. This blog will take you on a journey through reconciling a polyamorous lifestyle with the demands of societal norms and expectations of married women and mothers. Candid, honest, vulnerable, and informative, this is definitely a must-read blog.


After Hours

After Hours is a fascinating blog, written by Amanda Brooks, that simultaneously chronicles the life of an escort and provides valuable information and education for sex workers. Her blogs cover violence against sex workers (and subsequent push back and support for workers in the sex industry), tips for sex workers looking to increase earning potential, and best safety practices for women who do sex work (exotic dancers, "high-end" escorts, phone sex operators, etc.). If you're curious about what life is like for a feminist escort, this blog offers a unique perspective. Check out more of her writing in her Internet Guides To Escorting.


Asexual Agenda

A collaborative blog, Asexual Agenda shines a light on the lives of people who identify as asexual. Most of the contributors are women and they tackle topics ranging from being aromantic to navigating normative expectations of relationships and sexuality. Definitely worth checking out if you're interested in well-written and informative pieces about the asexual community, as they also provide resources to learn more in addition to their own great original content.

Have any other favorite blogs to to share? Please let us know in the comments!

Love & Sex Editor Feminista Jones blogs about sex, sexuality, race, and feminism at Feminista Jones.

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