Someone I like (but don’t really know), Susan Mernit, has a great post up on the BlogHer blog about her thoughts re: how she’d categorize some of the leading women in the sexblogosphere. It’s a fascinating, well-thought post, with lots of really interesting female sex blogs (and bloggers) put into four distinct categories. I think female sex blogging is going to be the new black in a lot of ways in the next year, and while it’s old news to those of us who’ve been slogging it out on the sex blog front lines for years, I just have a gut feeling it’s going to get much more mainstreamed as we move toward 2008. And I think that’s a good thing: sex blogs and our experiences on teh internets are, to me, the true front lines for women exploring and finally — maybe for the first time in our cultural history — defining sex on their (our) own individuated terms, in our own worlds, unfiltered.
And, no I’m still not a fan of BlogHer.
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