Sex Education, Pleasure, Health, Relationships, and fun. All blogs you should follow in 2020.
Over the past year, we have seen a large number of great blogs and columns which capture the human range of sexual expression. Great pieces on issues, education, or just the fun bits around sex and sexual wellbeing.
The blogs listed below are by people who through their media and knowledge are actively working on making the world more open about sexual wellbeing. Be it to educate the audience, inspire them to be more confident, or to empower them into their sexual discovery and expression. We have loved reading these sex blogs, and we believe so will you.
Each of these were voted on by our diverse gender/sexuality team and were handpicked by us. We are proud to present to you, our top picks for the best sex blogs for 2020. If you think your blog or a blog you follow should be on this list, please write to us at email@example.com.
We have divided the finalists into the following categories. You can click on the tag below to jump directly to that section.
Sexpert.com is our favorite sexual education site for adults by real Sex Experts. Lead by America's #1 Sexpert, Dr. Ava Cadell, sexpert.com brings together a diverse group of sex educators, love coaches, sex experts, dating experts, and sex toy reviewers to provide the latest, trending, sex information and topics to you.
Succulent Living is all about sexual arousal. Normalizing horny or sexual arousal just as we have normalized happy, sad, angry. It's just one of our absolute favorites run by Gaia Morisette. (Sounds familiar? She's also the host of our own, Tickle.Life Podcast, where we uncover the sexual life of sexperts). Don't miss out on her amazing podcast (My Orgasmic Life) where she discusses everything under the sun to elevate your pleasure.
A clinical sexologist, AASECT-certified sexuality counselor, certified hypnotist, and certified hypnosis instructor. Amy Marsh talks about human sexuality, sexology, sexual culture and relationships. She is also the co-host of one of our favorite podcast: Love's Outer Limits.
Herpes can be tricky, but with solid advice backed by medical research, it can be easy to manage. Asking-For-A-Friend covers everything you need to know if you or your partner have herpes, or if you are just curious. He has recently published a new book, with the same title, which is a true story of surviving herpes.
HealthIn-vitro is a community of healthcare professionals and enthusiasts inspired by natural and man-made choices and alternative options to living a healthy life. There are a plethora of health issues that are often ignored until they attain malignancy, HealthIn-vitro aims to flag and highlight certain health signs and symptoms as well as suggest alternatives for a holistic cure.
Finlay Games is a transgender gay man with a passion for making honest content. His blog is where he shares on topics of gender transition, LGBT+ lifestyle, and mental health. Finlay is writing a memoir about his phalloplasty surgery, sharing the surgical process and his journey of discovering his sexual self, due for publication early 2021. We sure can't wait to add to our Sexual Wellbeing Books section.
Fruit Bowl are audio chapters, with first-person stories from the front lines of the queer sexual revolution. The audio chapters includes interviews with gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans, and genderqueer people.
#open is a dating app that offers updated tools, updated experiences, updated community, and updated privacy for members to ensure that their dating experiences are as honest, ethical, authentic, and exciting as they are. Their blog explores ethically non-monogamous people and their partners, as exciting as their App.
ProfessorSex.com is a sexuality education resource for late adolescents and adults. They are a team of sexuality and relationship professionals who are dedicated to bringing you medically accurate, evidence-based, pleasure informed, consent focused, inclusive, affirming sex education. They also run a sex-science podcast, called Sex from A to Z.
A blog about sexual health, sexual pleasure & gender equality. The website works in the field of gaps in sex education, taboos around sex, and highlighting the tendency for humans to live in their own ‘bubble’ . Their belief, lack of awareness has implications for both physical and mental health.
Sexy Education was created for anyone who wants MORE from their sexual education. They feature articles and content on a variety of sexuality topics from sex toys to pleasure and everything in between.
A new way of expressing concepts around sex, via grasp and data. So if you are a person of numbers and data the Graphic Sex Project is for you.
Ailsa Keppie, BSc (Hons), SSE, MFT, is a trained intimacy Educator and Somatic Therapist and has been working in the field of hands-on bodywork, somatic coaching, and healing for over a decade. Ailsa Keppie brings aspects from her background in circus arts, physical theatre, music, dance, myofascial release, bioenergetic processes, archetypes, and spirituality to her work with clients.
Georgie Wolf is an Aussie escort and writer with a mission: to teach the straightforward skills everyone needs for successful sex life. Her book 'The Art of the Hook-Up' shares her ethical strategies for one-night stands, casual flings, and online dating.
A microbiologist turned sex blogger. This blog explores the different things that turn people on, how they like to be touched, and the different ways that we can connect using our bodies. It asks what feels good, and what are the reasons that drive your attraction toward any kink.
Michael Charming is an Orgasm & Relationship Expert, International Best-Selling Author, Award-Winning International Speaker, Certified Emotional Detox Bodyworker, Certified OM Life Coach, Founder AOM, and Author of ‘Amplify Your Orgasm’. Michael Charming has been working in the field of sexuality for more than 7 years and has worked with more than 100's of clients over these years. His blog showcases his knowledge and understanding of human sexuality.
Molly details lessons learned from her non-monogamous marriage and explorations in the lifestyle. She’s recounted the events of many terrible first dates, as well as others that have gone exceptionally well.
A British Indian author of honest and immersive erotic fiction, who was born n’ bred in Yorkshire. Using her own real-life experiences and desires as inspiration, her stories explore the thrills and plights of young women, as they explore the daunting yet alluring world of BDSM.
An erotica author starting to bloom. She writes stories centred around female pleasure, without shame and without coercion. Women are her focus point: what do they want in bed and how they achieve it. She wants to set examples of empowered women to help in the journey to a free society where women are liberated to explore their sexuality without feeling too "slutty" or too "prudish".
Russell Stambaugh is a retired clinical psychologist He served in the AASECT leadership 2000-2018, including 5 years as a Director. He has been awarded the Distinguished Service to AASECT Award in 2012, and 2015, and chaired the AASECT AltSex Special Interest Group for 2011 -2015. He is a known member of the sexual wellbeing industry and Awarded a 'lifetime achievement award in training, research, and advocacy' by the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom His blog is a knowledge bank for everything and anything about Kink and a must read for students of Kink and sexuality.
Woodhull is the only national human rights organization that focuses entirely on protecting sexual freedom and ending sexual violence. Established in February 2003, The Woodhull Freedom Foundation is devoted to education and public advocacy in support of the principle that consensual sexual expression is a fundamental human right. Their blog dabs in the advocacy arena and their fights for SESTA/FOSTA and rules and regulation which are making sexual wellbeing as a mainstream topic difficult.
The NCSF is committed to creating a political, legal, and social environment in the US that advances equal rights for consenting adults who engage in alternative sexual and relationship expressions. The NCSF aims to advance the rights of and advocate for consenting adults in the BDSM-Leather-Fetish, Swing, and Polyamory Communities. They pursue their vision through direct services, education, advocacy, and outreach, in conjunction with our partners, to directly benefit these communities.
Each of these blogs is worth at least a single visit. Who knows where your next inspiration might come from.
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