7 Sex Blogs You Should Be Following

Some men might find it a bit weird to start reading sex blogs and some women may think it’s shallow or even perverted. So, what’s wrong with being shallow and perverted? Just as long as it’s in moderation. Besides, shouldn’t men strive to try and understand the way that women think about sex, and vice versa? Just think about what a sexual utopia it would be if men and women alike had a resources that could let them access each other’s thoughts on sex and love, any time they wanted… Thank you, Internet!

 

Cosmo

Cosmopolitan Magazine is the go-to magazine for women all over ther world. So, it should come as no surprise that this publication has one of the best sex blogs on the web. You can find it here: http://www.cosmopolitan.com/sex-love/

 

Glamour

Another staple in women’s magazines, Glamour covers everything from fashion trends to celebrity news. And, although most women will say they read it for the make-up tips the juicy stuff is in their sex, love and life section here: http://www.glamour.com/sex-love-life

 

The Frisky

It might not be as well-known as Cosmopolitan or Glamour but with articles like, “True Story: My Husband is Bisexual”, this blog is a must-read. Plus, you’ll get much more explicit content than you’ll ever see on any of those mainstream websites. You can find The Frisky here: http://www.thefrisky.com/sex/

 

Crevice Canyon

This blog is more hardcore than most “sex blogs” out there. They review porn movies, sex toys and they write about topics that the mainstream blogs wouldn’t touch with a 10-foot pole (pun intended) . Check them out here:

http://www.crevicecanyon.com/

 

The Beautiful Kind

Everyone should know the difference between making love and f**king. That’s where “The Beautiful Kind” comes in. Get some truly insightful and personal tips from sex blogger, Kendra Hollliday right here: http://thebeautifulkind.com/

 

Quizzical Pussy

This is, ”a sex blog that gets curiouser and curiouser.” Get it? Whereas curiosity might’ve killed the cat, it only makes the “Quizzical Pussy” stronger (and tighter). Stroke the kitty here: http://quizzicalpussy.com/

 

Married Man’s Sexlife

Just because you’re married doesn’t mean you shouldn’t read sex blogs. According to the “Married Man’s Sexlife Blog”, a “Whoretex” is, “a portmanteau of “Whore” and “Vortex”. A whoretex forms when a woman becomes suddenly sexually motivated in the presence of a man with money.” With content like that, how can you stay away? Read more here: http://marriedmansexlife.com/blog/

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