Welcome to the first-ever SexBloggess Giveaway!

I’m so excited for you to be here! I’ve been writing SexBloggess for almost 5 years now and I’ve never had a contest or giveaway before, so I wanted to make my first one a bit special. Based on the prizes I’ve got to offer you – I think I accomplished that.

I’ve got SIX amazing prizes you can enter to win. The terms for each contest are the same :

 

All entrants must be 18+ 

Contest is open to the US and Canada only. 

Winner will have one week after notification to provide a shipping address – if no response is given a new winner will be drawn.

Winner is responsible for providing accurate shipping information – SexBloggess is not responsible for incorrect info or lost/stolen packages.

You may enter to win multiple prizes but please only enter once. Do not use multiple accounts to gain extra entries.

 

Many of the contest entry tasks are very simple but you if you want to increase your chances, you’ll have to do some reading (if you’re not already an avid follower) and some writing of your own to gain extra entries.

First off, each prize comes with a generous sampling of lubes from two of my favorite companies who were kind enough to participate in this event!

Sliquid leads the way in the bodysafe lube department offering a vast array of water-based, oil-based, silicone, and hybrids to choose from. In each prize you’ll find a sample packet of H2O, Satin, Oceanics Organics, and silicone formula from Ride Bodyworx.

Hathor/SUTIL are our second lube donor and my personal choice for luxurious water-based lubes that agree best with my body. Each prize comes with a handful of sample sizes of SUTIL Luxe and SUTIL Rich.

The first prize comes from Womanizer. Over the fall they sent me a Liberty to review. With Covid slowing down the postal system, after having not received it for a while I worried that it may have been lost or stolen. They quickly moved to send me a replacement and – as fate would have it – the original arrived on my doorstep the very next day. Me speaking too soon means you get to win a Womanizer!

The accidental-extra Liberty is an upgrade from my original to the collaboration with Lily Allen in limited edition colors. Lily Allen (singer, songwriter, author) writing about exploring her sexuality and the importance of masturbation and self-pleasure in her auto-biography My Thoughts Exactly said “if I had to pick one vibrator above all the others, I recommend the Womanizer” and if I can offer my own opinion – she’s not wrong.

 

The second prize is a heavily-coveted nJoy Pure Wand. This toy is another accidental-extra! A few years back I entered a sex toy raffle for a charity. I had no expectations of winning – there were lots of entries and I never win anything! – so some days later while making a stop at one of my local sex toy shops, I impulse-bought one after lusting after it for so long and being sure I wouldn’t be the raffle winner. As I’m sure you’ve figured out – I wound up winning the contest and then became the luckiest sex toy hoarder with a spare Pure Wand on my hands. I tucked the unopened prize away for a rainy day just like this.

 

If you strike out on the Pure Wand, you can still try your luck winning another crowd-favorite G-spot toy. Some of you may remember the now-defunct glass company Fucking Sculptures. For a few years they produced some of the loveliest hand-made glass toys on the market. Fucking Sculptures left a giant void in the indie sex toy industry when they closed up shop back in 2017 and this may be one of the very last chances for you to get your hands on one of their beautiful pieces of history. This is another (brand new never used) rainy-day toy I tucked away for a special occasion.

 

Next up is a prize bundle from some of my favorite people! For the kink-curious we have a perfect beginner’s kit of exciting toys from Chicago-based feminist indie sex shop Early To Bed. ETB’s been close to my heart from the very beginning. They strive to offer a safe and welcoming environment for all peoples in their brick-and-mortar storefront, while also working to keep their shop stocked with body-safe, affordable, and accessible toys for those of us who can’t visit in-person. I don’t get to do a ton of direct work with ETB but I plug them literally any chance I get, and I’m so excited they wanted to be a part of this giveaway!

 

Paired with the toys comes a book from Lord Morpheous titled How To Be Kinky. What can I say about Morph? Besides being a dear personal friend, he’s got a hell of a resumé – author, educator, thrower of the biggest bondage party in the world, man of many weird fascinations, all-around great Canadian. Morpheous has taught all types of folks on all types of kinks from all over the planet (and maybe beyond – who knows?) but bondage is his true love. His work is archived with the Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies at the University of Toronto, the Leather Archives of Chicago, and the National Archives of Canada, has authored 4 how-to books and though he swears he’ll never write another one ever again is probably totally doing that right now. How To Be Kinky is a great primer for first-timers or those simply looking to refresh and expand their knowledge. This book is full-to-the-brim with tips, tricks, insights, and blurbs from other fetishy folks looking to share some perspective.

 

If you’ve zeroed in on restraint as your top kink then you’re in luck – we also have Bondage Basics on offer. This book – also by Lord Morpheous – is a beautiful photographic guide to bondage for the new rope enthusiast. Find dozens of picture-perfect how-to’s alongside important notes for crafting the superb safe and sexy scene. Paired with this book is a pair of safety shears that belong in any bondage aficionado’s kit, and a hank of black nylon rope to start things off with.

 

The final prize comes courtesy of Canadian woodworker Bosk and Blossom. A classic ping pong shaped paddle, lightly whitewashed and burned by hand with a lovely floral motif. Don’t let the delicate finishing and featherweight feel fool you – this baby still packs a punch (or a whack, but you do you – I won’t judge.)