Shameless plug. I published my first couple of articles! Now, should I get personal?

Rod Ronald Rod Ronald
I recently fell in love with Sexis. The articles are such a wide variety of topics it's easy to find something that suits your personal intrests. I decided to go for it and have published a few articles. here's the link. link
I do have a question though, should I stick with my 'how to" style or should I get more personal?
I'm affraid to get too personal, but i feel like a lot of my experiences might help someone else out there?
What do you think?
12/09/2012
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MrWill MrWill
Quote:
Originally posted by Rod Ronald
I recently fell in love with Sexis. The articles are such a wide variety of topics it's easy to find something that suits your personal intrests. I decided to go for it and have published a few articles. here's the link. link
I do have a ... More
Rod, write however works for you. Someone will always be able to learn something regardless of your writing style.
12/09/2012
Rayne Millaray Rayne Millaray
Quote:
Originally posted by Rod Ronald
I recently fell in love with Sexis. The articles are such a wide variety of topics it's easy to find something that suits your personal intrests. I decided to go for it and have published a few articles. here's the link. link
I do have a ... More
Hey Rod Personal is fine. Better than fine, actually. Personal is awesome. We just ask that it's got a point, and isn't just your basic journal entry. Feel free to send it to me (rayne@edenfantasys.co m) before submitting it to the editors if you're not sure.

Thanks!
12/09/2012
Rod Ronald Rod Ronald
Quote:
Originally posted by Rayne Millaray
Hey Rod Personal is fine. Better than fine, actually. Personal is awesome. We just ask that it's got a point, and isn't just your basic journal entry. Feel free to send it to me (rayne@edenfantasys.co m) before submitting it to the editors ... More
Sweet! Thanks Rayne. I seriously have a few I'm unsure of. I guess I should just use common sense. If it sounds like shit to me, then it probably is.
12/10/2012
kadelette kadelette
I really like the attitude behind your narrative and your point is extremely true! A lot of my male friends are into anal but whenever a co-ed group talks about sex toys, they tend to keep that stuff hidden-- and when I ask why, it's because they don't want to be thought of as "bisexual/gay/etc". I can understand why they don't want their sexual identity label messed with and why they don't want to get picked on for what they enjoy, but you're 100% right: it's not REALLY an insult. But straight men using sex toys of any type should be able to do so without being called "names" and without getting teased. Awesome article!
12/10/2012
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