Week three is coming to an end, soon we move from talk of relationships to Kink/BDSM. I won’t lie, I am a little excited about this. I may have some writing saved for the upcoming theme. Now that has not stopped me from continuing to enjoy the posts from the other participants of Summer 100. Here is just a smattering of what caught my eye this week. Don’t forget to click the link at the bottom to be taken to where you can find everything that has been written for Summer 100.
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Isabelle writes about some of the tips that she has collected for making her relationship with her husband of seventeen years work. But monogamous or polyamorous, these tips are wonderful for anyone to bring into their relationship. She talks about how she makes each one work for her but does stress that every relationship is different.
Why I Don’t Write Erotic Fiction – Miss Scarlet Writes
This post I really adored. Often I find that many people think that sex blogger or writer, means you also write erotic fiction. While many do. Guess what? Many do not! I know shocker right? Miss Scarlet writes a lovely piece about why she doesn’t. I loved that she went on to share the writers who do! I love how everyone in this challenge finds their ways to promote one another! Lifting up our community is something we should all be doing.
Ani writes just some of the best think pieces, this one she talks about the removal of marriage as a status recognized by the state. She breaks down how it is used as a privilege that gives unfair benefits to married couples. This piece certainly brought up points that I did not know. So I really wanted to share this one, because others also might not. While I certainly do believe that people can still get married in any fashion that they should. This has me rethinking how I feel about it as a legal status.
Isabelle has been on a roll this week. This time her post is about a night she went out to learn more about bondage. I love how this shows that first off, we can never stop learning and expanding when it comes to sex. But also how good it is to have safe places to explore. Shops that run workshops are some of my favorites and I wish more shops did! This also was a lovely transition into our upcoming them of BDSM/Kink.