Sexual Repression Made Me Start A Sex Blog

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Everyone has a backstory of what led them to their passion.

& for me starting a sex-positive blog was inspired by years of sexual repression.

This blog started out as a cutesy blog (think hand on hip and tilting the sh*t out of my head) with advice on fashion and lifestyle topics like every other blonde – BUT it felt very g-rated with neutral opinions. I hit a burn-out phase with the white washed out theme and rompers bought in the junior’s section. Long story short, basic blogging for ME made me feel repressed and bored.

Fast forward a year later, things just f*cking clicked and I figured out my place in the blogging realm.


This blog is a personal, sex-positive brand written through a b*tch’s perspective.


UNFILTERED. CUNTY. SEXUAL. REAL. INFORMATIVE.

As I branched out of basic blogging and celebrated rebranding to a sex-positive brand, I dropped “we had sex on the first date” with a photo posing in the woods in lingerie and cursing in my post like a mother f*cker. As you can imagine, it was a little shocking. My post was being spread around at work like rapid fire with people laughing hysterically or *gasping* (how could you not?). First world problems at it’s finest with people thumbs downing my posts and a ton of unfollows as I displayed my b*tch rants on the internet. Texts from distant family I barely talk to anymore sending me text essays in how I didn’t need to be a slut or dress up to get attention/views – thanks fam.

Most people who create sex blogs do it in secret with an anonymous name (which I see why now).

BUT, my post also ranked on the 3rd page of google which was huge for a small blogger like me.

It was a sign that I was on the right track and to this day I am confident in my choice to promote sexual positivity.

What can I say, sex sells.


Despite all the awkward convos of “what’s your blog about again?”, I have a bigger reasoning for creating unfiltered content other than the obvious of loving posting photos in my thong and talking about d*cks.

And sexual repression is my why for creating this brand.

Feeling sexually repressed for years can leave wounds that I don’t plan on sharing anytime soon on this blog – because not EVERYTHING needs to be shared on the internet. What I can say though is I believe sexual repression can damage self-esteem, promote rape, & lead a life of guilt/shame.

In my past, I was mentally brainwashed into ways of thinking that made me feel powerless. Little things such as wearing a t-shirt over my one-piece bathing suit because apparently that prevents men from seeing me as a sexual object. Feeling ashamed when I enjoyed sexual attention from men. A schooling about how every man (family included) can’t help but think sexual thoughts when I show off my body because that’s how their brains are wired, which only led me to feel scared that every man was a rapist unable to control himself around me. Having to get approval before wearing any clothes that seemed remotely tight. Being felt ashamed for sexual desires and self pleasure. That my obsession with beauty and my body was conceited and a waste of time. Real women must put motherhood before careers – and not be so money driven. That vulgar language made me look dumb and uneducated. The list goes on…

I felt like I was f*cking crazy at times because everyone around me made me feel like my desire to be sexual and ballsy was unorthodox with childish motives.

But the truth is that the control and protection over the years created so much sexual repression.

I HAD TO GET OUT.

The biggest question I get was if it was hard to leave my past life?

The honest answer is f*ck no.

I had no doubt in my mind to potentially stay in an environment that breeds shame and guilt.

I would rather sell all my body parts than go back to it.

Starting over was my moment to create a new life for myself.

And although parts of my life were f*cked up, this post isn’t a plea for hugs and heart emojis. It’s my past that lead me to my passion. I hate the victim card which is why I chose to take life by the balls. I worked and sacrificed so much to be in the position I am today. To no longer feel repression and feel that sexual confidence has enhanced all areas of my life. I am not political or religious, I don’t feel the need to march, debate, or overly preach. I let my actions speak for themselves which is why I have a personal brand where I touch on my experiences and opinions.

That is why I created a sex-positive brand – it’s my safe space and a way to rewrite my story.

a place of sexual promotion.

a place to encourage body empowerment.

a place advocating personal development.

a place where you can be vain as f*ck.

a place that motivates women/men to kill it in business.

a place where you can be bitchy and cunty.

It’s my motivation and I poor my heart into this blog and I don’t plan on stopping anytime soon.

-SAV

 

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