It’s been months since I’ve updated my little dog and pony show. I’ve received e-mails asking that I get back in to it; I obviously haven’t.
For those of you who were around when I first began, I was a posting machine. I’d commit myself to one post a day, and thus was testing out toys and sex products all the time like some horny maniac.
This coming March will mark TheINQUEERY’s 3 year anniversary. Three years of reviewing sex toys…believe it or not, it gets somewhat exhausting!
I spoke to friends casually about possibly shutting down the site all together. Each of them said the same thing; “Don’t you dare!” Or some similar alternative statement.
Despite the site not being updated for months, it maintains a steady stream of incoming readers. For this I am proud of myself, but it also makes me remember that what I am doing here is important for many men, gay or otherwise.
It’s this reason that I have decided to re-commit myself to what I set out to do: educate men about sex, safety, and sex products through my own personal experiences.
In order to re-commit myself to sex education online I need to provide an incentive for myself to reel me back in. I’m a busy pig after all and to commit time to blogging when I have my regular job at The Pleasure Chest, workshops, conferences, etc, is a rather time consuming commitment. That’s why I’ve decided that I will be renovating the sites clunky design for the 3-year anniversary, making it look all clean and purdy. On top of that, I will be creating a sister-site as well, which will be less “Let’s read about Brandon having sex and masturbating!” and more education focused for everyone, with content appropriate for young men as well as us old folk.
Next year I will have the opportunity to travel across the country and will be planning on speaking at various schools and centers whenever possible. If you have a topic that you’d like to have me speak on or you think that an establishment might benefit from my presence, you can always e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Until then, I just wanted to express my thanks to all of you who have made the roller coaster of the last three years possible. Your support, be it indirect or otherwise, is very special to me and I truly appreciate you sharing your stories, your questions, your feelings, and your experiences with me so that all of this can be possible.
For the new year, let’s all resolve:
and above all…