Anything to do with feminist pornography, pornographic images and sexuality and how pornography can be used in a healthy way.
Writer, speaker and sexuality educator, Lady Cheeky (Elle Chase) curates a feminist, sensual images blog www.LadyCheeky.com that focuses on photos depicting real desire and passion with a strong emphasis toward positive body image. On her sister site, http://www.SmutForSmarties.com, Lady Cheeky created a blog where readers can enjoy a wide breadth of articles and original erotica with a feminist, sex and body positive perspective. Both Lady Cheeky branded websites have been listed in many “top sex blog” lists including; Get Lusty’s Top 10 and Top 30 Sex Blogs and has been awarded a Jane’s Guide Quality and Original listing. In addition, www.LadyCheeky.com is proud to have “the most viewed sensual images blog on Tumblr with over 40k followers.” Also, impressive, www.LadyCheeky.com continuously receives over 100k hit’s a month, 60% of them unique. This fan base is all home-grown, stemming from Lady Cheeky’s unique taste in sensuality that speaks to a wide breadth of age groups across all socio-economic, gender, geographic and educational platforms. Lady Cheeky has tapped into a hidden market in adult entertainment and sexuality communities that marries pornography, self-help, sex-positivity, sensuality and feminism in one uniquely crafted brand. As a writer, Lady Cheeky ”, is a regular contributor to the online magazine www.EvolvedWorld.com and has been featured on The Frisky, Fleshbot, TheRumpus, Corset Magazine, The Dot Spot, the upcoming Rachel Kramer Bussel erotica anthology “The Big Book of Orgasms: 69 Sexy Stories” and has also won the Domi Dollz True Tales of Erotica competition. Appearences include speaking on the topic of Sexuality and Body Image for CatalystCon East, Rachel Kramer Bussel’s “In the Flesh” Reading Series, Bawdy Storytelling and various interviews for popular podcasts and internet radio shows. Most recently, Lady Cheeky was interviewed for Sheona McDonald’s and Dimestore Productions/CBC documentary on women, pornography and technology slated
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