Whether you're a sex blogger, an erotic author, or someone who peddles smutty goods for the kinky or vanilla, at some point or another, you're going to want or need to use different online services and products to keep doing what you're doing.
The problem is that many mainstream (and large) companies aren't friendly to those of us who openly talk about sex and sexuality. I've spent plenty of time frustrated because I've found what feels like the perfect company to do business with, only to find out that they perceive my brand of sex "pornographic" or "indecent."
To keep you from having the same problems and to promote the businesses that are friendly to us, I've put together a list of adult-friendly businesses and websites. Note: Always read the Terms of Service for each site and follow their rules (i.e. marking your account as NSFW, not posting certain things, etc.). Companies and their TOS change all the time. Always check before you sign up.
This list is a living document: if you work with an online business that's not on this list and want them to be included or if you are an adult-friendly business and want to be listed as a resource, fill out this form:
Social Media and Sharing
- Etsy - Follow their rules carefully.
- Fun Till U Cum - save 10% with code: 10KAYLA
- My Little Vixen - save 15% when you sign up for their newsletter
Blogging and Podcasting Tools
- Simply-Linked - links for memes/blog hops
- AWS Amazon - file storage and other tools
- SumoMe - newsletter subscription and other services
- OMGYes - researchers of women's sexual pleasure;
Locanto Personals - meet people for hook-ups, relationships, sexual services; all genders welcome; No incest, child pornography, underage activity, or full-frontal nudity allowed
Reminder, if you think a business (including your own) should be listed, fill out this form: