I thoroughly enjoy sharing my experiences through Pretty Pink Lotus Bud. I can say without a doubt, this is my therapy and my path to freedom, so when others invite me or accept my request to share via their platform, I am excited and honored by this opportunity. I know sometimes my tribe and others who visit may not be aware of my guest features on other blogs, because there is just so much going on around the web. As my list of guest features grows, it’s not so easy for me to keep up with where I’ve be featured.
This post was created precisely to solve that issue.
Below you’ll find a few other places my posts have called home.
This first one is my first ever (and currently only) blogger interview facilitated by Isabelle at IsabelleLauren.com. I enjoyed this interview so much and I would love for you to check it out. I would love the opportunity to do more interviews on other platforms and media…like podcasts or video. If you’re interested in interviewing me, do not hesitate to let me know by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or just contact me.
First up is Victoria from Pretty Pink Lotus Bud. Victoria’s blog focuses on sexual empowerment, spirituality and relationships. She is very honest and open about herself and her sexuality, and shares her – very recognisable – experiences with her readers. She is also the host of the Summer 100 Sex Blogger Challenge. I asked Victoria a few questions about her blog.
I’ve been bisexual since before it was just for show, before T.I. and Young Dro’s girl had a girlfriend, and way before Katy Perry ever kissed a girl; before girls and women were negotiating the terms of their bisexuality in favor of their partner’s desires. Back when girls knew they were attracted to other women but “I’m not gay, though,” and here’s my boyfriend to prove it.
Have you ever asked yourself this question before? Too many of us can relate to feeling devalued, self-conscious, guilty, and being ever critical of questioning our own desire to have sex with someone too soon. It’s not the best feeling at all.
It is often questioned whether sex can be spiritual. Well, I am here to set the record straight, once and for all. No, sex cannot be spiritual. Sex is spiritual. Every single act of sex is spiritual. Mindful acts of sex are high energy spiritual experiences. Less mindful acts (coerced, forced, passive, obligatory etc.) are low energy spiritual experiences. Believe it or not, we have the exact same high and low energy experiences with every other act we perform: eating, grooming, daily tasks, raising our children.
You entered my world at a very critical point in my life.
I’d just lost my mother to her three-year battle with cervical cancer and recently welcomed my son. It was a bittersweet time in my life. I was looking forward to brighter days because the worst was behind me or at least I thought it was…
Enjoy and tell me what you think. I love feedback. I’ll be updating this list as I publish more post around the web.