I really don’t write enough #SoSS posts. I’m not great at noting down the great posts as I read them so can’t always remember highlights. This has to be another of my 2020 goals – more sharing other people’s shit.
This week, the eagerly awaited Top 100 Sex Blogs was announced. Sponsored by Chaturbate and compiled by the wonderful, very hardworking Molly Moore it is surely one of the highlights of the sex blogging calendar.
Of the 8 New Voices for 2019 I am already a fan of several, I may well love the others, but just need to go read them. Two favourites for me at the moment are as follows: Francesca Demont has burst onto the scene with her beautiful latex clad body. But also her writing has been stunning, the St Petersburg series of posts had us all waiting with suspense for the next instalment. Deviant Succubus‘s writing came to my attention when picking out the Masturbation Monday picks recently. Since then I’ve been catching up on her kinky life and beautiful fiction.
I was thrilled to see two of my favourite bloggers and partners in crime (Food 4 Thought) take the top two places of the main list. Floss at number 1 writes fabulous heart felt real life pieces, holding nothing (or very little) back. She is also a talented fiction writer and is one of the best sex bloggers around. Much the same could be said for May More and their scores must have been very close. May has been very open about her past life and loves and trauma. But clearly those experiences have helped make her the brilliant writer that she is.
The quality of the writing and photography on our blogs is vital, but so is the site structure. Both Floss and May’s sites are easy to navigate and striking to look at. This is something I plan to concentrate a bit more time on next year. While I like the way my blog looks, it feels time to change. Plus, I’d like to make it easier to find stuff – I struggle myself at times.
However I am proud to have moved up the rankings this year to 32 from 56. This is my second year in the top 100 and I’m aiming for something closer to top 10 next year.
One for the best things about the list is the discovery of blogs you didn’t know existed. Better than that, blogs that will hopefully become new favourites. I’m off for a read and will highlight some others on the list in my next #SoSS.