July 21st, 2008

I am so going to get myself in trouble.

This past week I started a new column at SFWeekly.com, a Village Voice media sister site, called The Clickable Clit. Heroine Sheik regulars will remember that was one of the names I considered for my Voice column “Click Me.” Well, hooray, I finally get to be slightly more inappropriate.

Whereas Click Me is about general sex on the internet–cybersex advice, web porn interviews, online sex worker profiles, etc.–The Clickable Clit is the continuation of my little experiment in cybersex blogging. It chronicles various misadventures I’ve had throughout each week: intimate tales from my own internet sex life. This week’s column is aptly titled, “Just Because I Want to Have Sex Doesn’t Mean I Want to Have Sex with You.”

Of course, while I’m excited to be writing about my personal experiences, I’m a bit wary of taking this next step toward making my private life public. Sure, you Heroine Sheik and Click Me readers know a lot about me (Likes pain? Check. Likes girls? Check. Likes adorable and shiny objects? Check.), but The Clickable Clit is bond to put me out there in whole new ways. And while I know I’m not ashamed, I can’t speak for my family and the powers of Google.

At the moment The Clickable Clit draws from a top-secret cybersex blog I started a few weeks ago–one I’m too chicken to even link to yet. At the moment that blog includes juicy details that spill over from my real-life sexploits. More worrisome is the fact that it mentions friends (no names, of course) whom I’m involved with online who read my work–heck, who read Heroine Sheik!

I accepted life as a pseudonym-less sex writer a long time ago. Now I think it’s time to such it up and acquire some real balls. Let’s just hope that attitude doesn’t end up kicking me in the ass.

Tags: Bonnie life, my articles, sex

5 Responses to “‘The Clickable Clit’ Returns at SFWeekly.com”

  1. turkmenistan Says:

    This seems like a really good and a brave move. Reading your online sexploits I often noticed you were more comfortable talking about having cybersex for research rather than for pleasure (or for that matter, need). Will be interested to see how this goes.

  2. Bonnie Ruberg Says:

    Ah, cybersex for pleasure: that’s definitely something I need to work on :).

    In general it’s a lot easier for me to put myself out there if I don’t feel emotionally/physically vulnerable, i.e. if I can convince myself it’s not a question of my own enjoyment. Obviously though that can’t also be the case, nor should it…

  3. Kyle Orland Says:

    I thought it was weird getting recognized by strangers at E3 last week. I gotta say though… you win.

    -KO

  4. halfassured Says:

    Lie back and think of the Kinsey Institute.

  5. Bonnie Ruberg Says:

    I don’t know if anyone would recognize me so as much as meet me, hear my name, and then slowly find an excuse to run away as they remember all the sultry things they’ve read about me on the internet. Professional cred? What professional cred?

    How was E3 btw, Kyle?

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