Missy’s SoSS – August #5

Every since attending Eroticon and hearing about SoSS, I have wanted to do my bit for such an amazing community by highlighting the work of others. I have written SoSS posts when I could but have fallen way short of my original idea of posting every week. During term time I get so busy with […]

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Let’s talk about sex, baby

I teach sex education. Actually, I teach sexual health and relationships education and we follow a national programme which meets the relevant outcomes for health and well being in those areas. I have written before about the probable fallout there would be if it was discovered that the teacher was actually a kinky sex blogger, […]

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Revelations - poster which reads time for the big reveal


Perhaps revelations is too strong; discoveries and confirmations may actually fit better. HisLordship has written already, an account of our time at KinkFest. I didn’t want to write my own as that seemed a little pointless, if not repetitive. What I do think is important, however, is what we have taken from the experience. So […]

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Missy’s SoSS #4

In my last #SoSS post I said that while posting every week is unrealistic for me, I would try to share other sites and posts whenever I could.  And here I am, quite a few weeks later, only just getting another one out. If I can’t do better in the holidays then I am not […]

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Elust 109

Photo courtesy of Sex Matters ~ May More Welcome to Elust 109– The only place where the smartest and hottest sex bloggers are featured under one roof every month. Whether you’re looking for sex journalism, erotic writing, relationship advice or kinky discussions it’ll be here at Elust. Want to be included in Elust #110? Start […]

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knowing and doing

Knowing and Doing

I don’t want to be writing this post but then again, I don’t want to be feeling like I do. Actually I feel okay now but before I didn’t. Now I am here. Matter of fact. Being rational. And the thing about writing about what happens is that you don’t always want to tell the […]

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