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People have always been drawn to the risque – it’s part of our DNA.
Our 10 Best Risque Blogs were selected for representing the best at exploring sexuality and the desires that drive it.
Bragging Rights: very active on social media
The Dirty Girl Book Club was kicked off by Brandi, who wanted a site to celebrate her love of reading with her lust for life. The material is a blend between romance and erotica, with thick samples from great selections and her own work on the subject. Stimulating doesn’t begin to describe it.
Social Clout: 2,192+ followers, 2,110+likes
Bragging Rights: comfortable in a dungeon or academia
The Dirty Normal comes from the slightly-warped mind of Emily, a Ph.D. in health behavior. After nearly two decades working in sex education, she kicked off her blog promising the three key elements needed: good science, good writing and good advice. Her funny and flirty insights bring the blog to life.
Social Clout: 1,862+ followers, 336+likes
Bragging Rights: related to writing and photography
Penny’s Dirty Thoughts is where Penny shares her longstanding fascination with sex and sexuality. Frustrated in her youth that there was no honest, easy to understand or helpful knowledge on the subject, she decided to start crafting some. Her site covers sex toys, integrating photography and sexual health.
Social Clout: 1,166+ followers, 292+likes
Bragging Rights: sensual erotica written for discerning women
Easily Aroused promises users a very sexy time. Fiction is king here, with both wild and not so wild accounts of libidos gone mad. The author makes himself available for any original work needed and offers a sexbot breakdown of his most popular pieces.
Social Clout: 752+ followers
Bragging Rights: loaded with resources
Suggestive Tongue offers a language “spoken evocatively” with no shame or fear toward human desire or contact. Host Lorelei is a psychology student finishing her last year as an undergraduate and is specifically keen on gender, sexuality and queer studies. More than a place to discuss new concepts, the site boldly reflects her own personal discoveries.
Social Clout: 561+ followers, 21+ likes
Bragging Rights: sometimes sweet. always naughty
Vagina Antics is a fun and spicy site that is home to erotic writers Heather Cole and Nikki Blue. Their postings cover advice, erotic fiction and even new techniques to try at home. They write, “It takes courage to be a sex blogger,” but with wit, warmth and lube, it all comes together.
Social Clout: 500+likes, 272+ followers
Bragging Rights: run by two sex-positive women
Lovely Dirty Things is the blog of Girly Boner, where Jenny and Madeline track exciting turn-ons from a decidedly female perspective. Beyond just a collection of erotic images to get the juices flowing, they offer insight into our complicated sex drives and advice on spicing things up.
Bragging Rights: a naughty blog for the secretly cheeky
Mr. Winkey has had his share of adventures in the world, but he’s more eager to share the best in unique erotic fiction with his growing readership. From that once-in-a-lifetime foursome, to sudden carnal exploits in Fiji, the content is drawn around raw sexuality and the encounters it drives us to.
Bragging Rights: more than 100,000 aroused followers
Always Aroused provides eye candy as an appetizer to the main course, with carefully selected black and white imagery to set the mood. Sexuality and arousal are celebrated and cataloged here with tags for specific interests and smoldering captions to make the story come alive. The site is stocked with everything from the flirty to hardcore.
Bragging Rights: fearless and proud
Amy is a 20-something who loves writing about sex almost as much as having it. She quickly admits having a thing for anal, but her adventures certainly don’t start and end there. Readers can share in her naughty adventures with a steady stream of erotic fiction and photos, some drawn around her real-life encounters.
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