I am a Top Sex Blogger I Guess


I was surprised to learn that my blog was voted as one of the top 100 sex blogs for the year.  I came in at number 95 so I barely made it.  I think it goes without saying the list I linked to is an adult site.  About sex.

I am happy to be recognized for my work however I don’t think I write about sex that much.  Well, sometimes I do.

Regardless, I am thankful to all of my readers who visit my site, comment on my rambling writings, link to my articles, or like my photos.  I read every comment and appreciate all that you do and say.  You brighten my day and help me sort out my thoughts and feelings.  I value your honesty, feedback and perspective.

Thank you all so much.

Love, Hannah

7 thoughts on “I am a Top Sex Blogger I Guess

  1. I’m going to have to go back through the archives and see what I missed. 🙂

    On a more serious note, it could stem from the common myth that equates “crossdressing” and sex (I’m basing that on the name/reputation of the site conducting the vote). Or, maybe it comes from a higher level of needing to develop good interpersonal relationships in order to have good sexual relationships. And, you do have a number of posts that help folks with how to integrate their transgender aspects into their relationships.

    In any case, congratulations, and thank you for your time and effort in creating the insightful and thought provoking content throughout the years.

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  2. I agree wholeheartedly with you Evelyn! One also wonders about the accuracy of the information harvesting process in general and how it affects “important” stats or polls that may be served up as news facts by your computer… In any case Hannah, I enjoy reading your blog and hope that you continue to provide content for us in the future. You DO make a difference! P.S : Congrats on the Sex Blogger award… 😉


  3. Congrats
    You may not write about sex as others do. but you write about real life Transgender/ crossdressing issues in a very intellectual way. Unfortunately, our society looks at that as sexual rather then real life issues
    Keep up the great work


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