Chaturbate is sponsoring this year’s list of the Top 100 Sex Blogs of 2018. Hosting this list is one of the very talented writers I had the pleasure of being acquainted with during the Smut marathon: Molly Moore of Molly’s Daily Kiss. Nominations are now open, and I’d like to ask all of you to consider making a nomination for Forbidden Writings. Honestly, I do not expect to break the top 100, as there are tons of other great sex blogs out there better than mine(and you should check those out as well). But just having a few nominations would really make my year.
Last night, I was browsing through my twitter feed, and came across one particular tweet that kind of perturbed me. The tweet was made by @Epiphora, and included a picture of a magazine opened to a specific article. Mind you, I couldn’t read the article, at first. But the title read: “Different Strokes for Different Folks: Can Sex Toy Reviews Be Sex Negative?”. In addition, there was a block quote in the middle of it, which read: “In cases where a product is simply not a bloggers particular cup of tea, why are some of them actively driving sales away from ethical, sex-positive, all-inclusive companies?”