Erotic Journal Challenge

What sexual changes would you like to make?

This week’s #EroticJournalChallenge prompt is:

What change(s) would you like to make in your sexual behavior, attitude, or thoughts/feelings?

NOTE: Please take a moment to read the rules. The Erotic Journal Challenge encourages writers to really dig deep and share some pretty personal stuff. So I want everyone to know that they are welcome and that this is a judgement-free zone. All writers are safe to share their beliefs and experiences. Journaling is a way to learn and grow and question and change, and we should all feel safe to explore ourselves with fear.



You can also see upcoming prompts on the main #EroticJournalChallenge page.

Note: You don’t have to follow the prompt. If you have an introspective, reflective post that you want to share, it can be about any topic…or no topic at all. 

Highlighted Post from the last prompt: Deviant Succubus

Anxiety and Sex: Expectations, Body Image and the Past

As usual, DS offers up an amazing introspection – something she is quite gifted at. While I can’t relate to the trauma she has experienced, I appreciate that she shares how this impacts her and her relationships. It helps me to gain perspective and understand how others experience life. There were several things in this post that I could very much see my own experience in. I think it is super helpful how she makes it clear to readers that just because we write about sex, doesn’t mean we don’t have our struggles and hang-ups and anxieties just like everyone else.

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