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Category Archives: My Writing Elsewhere
So Long, Farewell, auf Wiedersehen, Adieu, a.k.a. The Transfer from QueerieBradshaw.com to LaurenMarieFleming.com
My first blog post on here was in 2008, and it was my mother’s recipe for mushroom rice. Yeaup, this used to be a food blog called West Coast Winos. Then I got asked to write a sex blog for Curve … Continue reading
Accepting Stories of Love and Coffee for my New Romance Anthology
Got a story about that sexy barista who keeps putting hearts on your cup? What about the brooding person in the corner that you just know is writing love poetry you’re dying to read? I want to read it! Submit your pieces … Continue reading
Introducing Dear Friend, Intimate Letters Between You and Me
With a million different blogs and even more social media sites, I feel like I’m often shouting into a crowded room, getting only echoes and whispers back. I miss intimacy in my encounters. I miss connecting with you all. For … Continue reading
Posted in Dear Friend, Essays, Off Our Chests, Personal Tagged Dear Friend, letters 2 Comments
Alaskan Rejuvenation, a.k.a. All the Wonderfulness I Accomplished in the Wilderness
Everyone in Alaska has a plane, at least that’s what it feels like as the skies fill up with single-engine floaters every weekend, leaving from watery runways in town and landing in lakes far from here, places without roads or … Continue reading
Posted in Adventure, Featured, Headline, My Writing Elsewhere, Personal, Sinful Misadventures, Travel Tagged Adventure, Alaska, rejuvenation, writing, writing retreat 2 Comments
The Business of Blogging About Sex, an Online Course Taught by Epiphora and Me (Scholarships Available!)
My first blog post was on MySpace. Yes, MySpace. That’s how old I am. And that’s how far I’ve come as a blogger. QueerieBradshaw.com is celebrating its sixth year this year and in that time I’ve learned a hell of … Continue reading
Call for Submissions: Sex Toy Erotica, a Frisky Feminist Anthology
Sex Toy Erotica! Written by you, edited by me! THIS IS EXCITING FOLKS! Frisky Feminist Press is having a call for submissions for it’s first anthology Sex Toy Erotica, a Frisky Feminist Anthology. I started Frisky Feminist Press as a way … Continue reading
My Appearance on HuffPost Live: Will I Be Bad At Gay Sex?
The HuffPost Live had me back to speak once again about gay sex, this time talking particularly about the fear of being bad at sex and the role porn has on the pressure to perform. You can watch the clip below or, … Continue reading
Why All Bloggers Should Care About BookCon’s Lack of Diversity
Book Expo America (“BEA”) is the leading North American publishing event, bringing publishers, authors, distributors and readers together in one location, the force of which sets standards for the whole publishing industry. In an attempt to bring more readers to … Continue reading
Posted in Books, Essays, Featured, Feminism, LGBT/Queer Politics, My Writing Elsewhere, Politics, Racial Politics Tagged BlogHer, BookCon, books, diversity Leave a comment
HuffPost Live: What America Gets Wrong About Sex, featuring Joan Price, Margot Harris and Me
Yesterday, I was invited onto HufPost Live to discuss what America gets wrong about sex. Twenty minutes weren’t nearly enough to cover the topic, but I think we did a pretty good job considering our time restraint. Cheers to my … Continue reading
Body-Positivity, Relationship Skills and Sex Ed in Porn, a.k.a. My Nerve.com Article About the Set of jessica drake’s Guide to Wicked Sex: Plus-Size
Are porn stars the future of sex education? “I think the [BBW] genre as it exists right now for the most part is not an artistic genre…[and has] some really degrading titles [that are] disrespectful, demeaning, and encouraging of stereotypes,” … Continue reading