My Favorite Sex Blogs

There is a large and wonderful community of people talking about sex and sexuality, just waiting for you to discover them. Below is a list which is the tip of a very large iceberg. These are blogs I enjoy and subscribe to, but if you want to see a much larger list, Kinkly has compiled a comprehensive list of the most popular sex-bloggers on the webs - yes, I said webs.


I love this website. They have so many terrific resources, a veritable smorgasborg of guest authors, and links or in-house info for just about anything you want for sex toys, sex blogs, sex info, etc. Walking around this site is like going to your favorite buffet and trying to decide which delicious option to start with. They've got everything and it's all fantastic.


Kayla is one of my favorite bloggers. She's down to earth, honest about her struggles and triumphs, absolutely hilarious sometimes, and she and her husband/Daddy Dom are two of the most adorable people I've had the pleasure of finding on the wide world of the webs. Yes, I said webs. Again.

They also have a kinky, fun, informative podcast which you can get to from her website.


At first, this site can seem really chaotic with all the bright colors and pictures, but if you want to see an honest review for just about any toy that's ever been made - This is your go-to. For 10 years, she's been testing sex toys and writing about them on the internet. Her reviews are honest, funny, and real. If you visit her site, you will not be disappointed - just a word of caution - if you, like me, are easily overwhelmed by lots of bright colors and images everywhere, you'll need to brace yourself for this. Once you find a focus though, you'll love it.


Sex & Psychology - Dr. Justin Lehmiller

Sex and Psychology is a leading sexual health blog focused on providing the latest information, news, and research about sex and relationships from a psychological perspective. This site is run by Dr. Justin J. Lehmiller, a sex researcher, author, and social psychologist at Ball State University. Blog posts focus on everything from developing and maintaining healthy romantic and sexual relationships to dispelling common sex myths and misconceptions to answering reader’s questions about sex and relationships.