We usually don’t find out why a blogger stops blogging. We can only know that we miss them, that we hope they’re well, and that the community doesn’t quite feel the same without them.
I am not shocked. But I am unequivocally disgusted. This is 2017. How can gendered violence still be thought of as an acceptable marketing tool.
This is what I’ve learned about how sex toys can help you cope with sexual trauma.
Just so you know: consent is still a thing.
There aren’t many silicone foreskin/uncircumcised dildos on the market. My quest for uncut silicone dildos was surprisingly short. Below, I’ll detail some of the ones I did find.
The other posts in this series set out how you’ll get started with your blog. But this is how you’ll stay.
This is probably the most thrilling experience for any new sex toy reviewer. As someone who used to longingly gaze at sex toys I’d never be able to afford, having them sent to me for free….well, you don’t quite get over that feeling.
Is being an affiliate worth it? Yes. Possibly. In some cases, it’s been totally worth it for me.
So. You’ve gotten a name down, you’ve propped up a blog design, and you’re ready to write. There’s nothing else stopping you. Start. Writing.
I’ve helped a fair number of new blogs start up. I’ve answered a lot of questions and I’ve always been really happy to introduce new bloggers to a few newbie-friendly companies for review toys. I’ve thought about starting a guide like this for some time, and figured now is as good as time as any to do it.