Help Keep A Good Woman’s Dirty Mind Online

AGWDM help keep a good woman's dirty mind onlineIt has been so heartwarming and gratifying to have gotten to know so many wonderful people since I started A Good Woman’s Dirty Mind almost three years ago. When I started this blog, I only intended it to be a hobby, a placeholder for my erotica. I never imagined it would turn out to be one of the most popular sex blogs on the Internet. (See No. 10. Whoopee!) I can’t begin to tell you how gratified I feel when someone reaches out to tell me when something that I write means so much to them, is something to which they relate, or is something that inspires them. I cannot begin to tell you how flattered I am when therapists and physicians have told me that they recommend that their clients or patients read a particular article or my blog. Obviously, I’m doing something right. I’m doing something that matters.

However, I have some bills coming up that are necessary to keep A Good Woman’s Dirty Mind online. Because this comes at a time of year when I have other big bills to pay, I have to put my priorities in line.

I don’t want to ask for handouts, loans or donations. I want to make sure you get something of value and things you need in exchange for keeping A Good Woman’s Dirty Mind going and growing.

However, if I don’t come up with the cash by Sept. 30, A Good Woman’s Dirty Mind goes away forever on Nov. 1.

Here’s how you can help.

For $25, you can place a 250X250 or 620X60 banner ad at the bottom of one the Top 25 most popular posts on A Good Woman’s Dirty Mind. Promote your website, company, service, product, event or blog. Or send a personal message or make a statement. Say anything you want. Tell someone you’re madly in love with them, they have a nice butt, wish them happy anniversary as long as it’s legal, consensual and does not violate anyone’s privacy.

I will give you a list of commercial/sponsor-free posts that are available. Posts are available on a first-come, first served basis and are exclusively limited to one banner ad.

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Bobbie Morgan is the beditor-in-chief of A Good Woman's Dirty Mind. When she's not blogging or having the best sex ever, she's putting out writing and social media services for adult businesses. Use the contact link to reach her by email.

15 Comments on Help Keep A Good Woman’s Dirty Mind Online

  1. Bobbie,
    After you disclosed your sleeping with a married man – I have lost all respect for you. There are plenty of SINGLE men in your age range that will pleasure you beyond your wildest dream. Stop justifying your behavior because Parrott is too big of puss you to file for divorce and marry you. If your sex is soo hot, then get your act together and stop the adultery. I’m a 56 yo male and respected you until you published that BS. Get your shit together and move on.

    • Bobbie Morgan // September 14, 2015 at 4:54 pm // Reply

      Jeff,

      As I noted in my comments below, I knew I was taking a risk in saying that I’m having an affair with a married man. You are free to take that information and disclosure on your terms, but my purpose in life is not to please everyone. That’s simply an impossible task that has no direct benefit or reward to me. All I can do is be genuine and authentic. And if you don’t like something you read a couple of weeks ago, why are you still reading?

  2. I still respect you just as much Bobbie since finding out you are with a married man, I’m 31 and I understand that relationships and life is complicated. Nothing is black and white, there are certainly shades of grey. We all must just try and be happy. It’s all we can do. I wanted to thank you for your honest, raw posts, its really helped me put my life in perspective, and I’m very greatful. (-:

    • Bobbie Morgan // September 14, 2015 at 9:21 am // Reply

      Thank you, Jess.

      Yes, life is complicated and it’s really not. Parrot and I have a relationship that we value on so many levels and it goes way beyond sex. At this point in my life, getting married or moving in with someone is not my end goal of a relationship nor does either situation dictate that a relationship should and must be monogamous. It just is.

      As far as adultery goes, what do you say about a spouse who just doesn’t want and refuses to have sex? Should they have an expectation that their partner remain celibate, too? Why isn’t holding out on sex seen as just as bad as straying outside of the marriage?

      Some people stay in sexless marriages for a variety of reasons. Divorces are disruptive to family dynamics, quality of life and finances. Some sexless couples are able to co-exist on a friend and housemate level. Some spouses who don’t want to have sex are content to say, “Fine, get it somewhere else.” Every situation is different and people shouldn’t be quick to judge or assume the worst of others. People who do that need to find a different hobby.

      Furthermore, I am not bothered if one person I don’t know and never heard from until now thinks less of me. It’s not my purpose in life to please everyone without reciprocation.

      • I totally agree and get what you are saying Bobbie. To some people sex is very important, and if your spouse is not fulfilling that roll, then you must work out together what is best for you both. And sometimes that does meen getting that elsewhere. I’ve only had two serious relationships so far, but I do observe the dynamics of other people’s, and everyone in every relationship is different. I myself, don’t have much experience obviously, only having two, but what I have learnt from your blog has helped me immensely, and has opened my eyes so much.

  3. I would guess that a lot of your readers have lost respect for you and your boyfriend, but just not expressed it. You’re obviously not open to hearing any other opinions except those in support. I’m sure I’ll also be the object of your rationalizations and ridicule.

    If Parrot’s wife does not know about and consent to his extramarital sexual and emotional affair with you (and who knows, maybe others he’s not telling you about!), then the fact is he is a liar and a cheat and a betrayer of trust. Your admitted great sex and emotional entanglement with him does not change that fact. Have you ever read the book, The Ethical Slut? The key word in the title is “ethical.” That includes honesty in open relationships. Regardless of your rationalizations, no one would consider it ethical for one person to lie and cheat and betray another person. The fact that your boyfriend’s wife doesn’t have sex with him does not justify his lying and cheating and betrayal of her. Or do two wrongs now make a right? You facilitating and justifying his lying and cheating and betrayal doesn’t make it right either.

    You dismiss one reader’s criticism because you “don’t know and never heard from (him) until now.” Another convenient rationalization. I would guess your whole career as a blogger is based primarily on people who never heard from you and you don’t know reading your blog. Should they automatically discount everything you have to say because you don’t haven’t initiated a personal and continuing relationship with them? And it appears you’re also asking and accepting money from readers you don’t know and have never heard from before. When one starts rationalizing to defend unethical behavior and ignore any criticism it always seems to backfire when applied to other areas of your behavior.

    And BTW, if Mr. Wonderful lies, cheats and betrays his wife, what makes you think he won’t do the same with you?

    • Bobbie Morgan // September 14, 2015 at 4:28 pm // Reply

      Hi Victoria,

      I very well knew that there might be some blowback in disclosing my love for a married man and I was willing to take that risk. I own it and take responsibility for it. However, I’ve brought up so many other things in so many other posts that couples in sexless relationships need to consider and discuss between themselves.

      And as far as taking the risk of is he going to lie to me, in over 3 1/2 years it hasn’t happened.

  4. I also still have the utmost respect for you. And this coming from a woman who was cheated on and completely crushed by it.

    It’s been 6 years and I’m now in the most wonderful relationship I could ever ask for, but it still haunts me, and I mean that literally. I have nightmares at times. I’m still very insecure, though that has gotten a lot better.

    He was the one withholding sex, but it was because he was getting it some where else. He had a real problem because I later discovered that that was his MO. I wasn’t the only one. He also cheated on me with several different women.

    My situation was completely different than yours.

    I was only curious if she knows of the relationship? Seeing as you have been in public with friends I don’t know how she couldn’t, in which case she must be ok with it?

    I don’t think anyone should judge you. You are a brave woman for putting that out there and telling your story. I can only hope that others can learn something from your experience. I would never expect my husband to live with out sex and intimacy. How can others not see how that is wrong as well?

    • Bobbie Morgan // September 14, 2015 at 4:48 pm // Reply

      Jennifer,

      I am so sorry you had that experience with your ex-husband but so happy that you’re now with a wonderful man!

      To answer your question about being seen in public, I really don’t know how to answer that. I really don’t know what she knows.

      I totally agree that it’s unreasonable for a spouse to expect their partner to live without sex and intimacy … and expect and demand their partners to be faithful. In cases like that, the spouse who is not faithful is not the only one at fault.

  5. Thanks, Bobbie.

    I love reading your blogs and I will continue to read them. So many of them I have printed out for him to read or us to read together.

    We have a wonderful sexual relationship but they have helped us with being more open with each other, and exploring different things in our sex life. :)

    • Bobbie Morgan // September 14, 2015 at 6:27 pm // Reply

      I’m so tickled that you and your husband read my blog together. I love having those read and discuss conversations with Parrot, too … even when we’re not discussing sex.

  6. Bobbie –

    I am going to comment and say that your writing and perspective has added to my life – and I know it has to others as well. That’s the reason you are here and the reason I read. Simple exchange of ideas.

    Unfortunately a lack of intimacy can plague even the best of marriages and no matter what there is one thing that is true – whatever the situation, the ‘facts’, the reality for you and Parrot – it is NONE of my business. You are adults, you clearly have a connection and this has usually been a truly “judgement free zone” and that’s how it should be. End of soapbox standing …

    On the support side of the blog … go visit brainpickings.com You will like it on its own merits but … I also send you there for their ‘revenue source’ approach. They say if you like what do (in their case a larger operation for sure) then support us with gifts or ‘subscriptions’, etc.

    You would NOT be asking for a hand out or a loan. You can simply say if you find my efforts to be of value TO YOU and you wish me to continue you can express that via contributing to the expenses I have in running the site – at whatever level you want.

    I think you undersell the VALUE you do provide simply by being here, by sharing, and by making us think about sexuality in a different (more open) way. You do already insure that I “get something of value and things you need” simply by exsisting and continuing to express your positive messages.I will wager I am not alone in that feeling and I bet others would be happy to provide some tangible reflection of that by offering support to you. NOT becasue you ask – but becasue we want to … after all you have given a lot to me and again I am sure I am not alone in that feeling. Giving back, directly is no burden – you won’t ever do the PBS guilt pitch. I think you might be pleasantly surprised by how many of us might be willing to support you and say “You (keep) Go(ing) Girl!”

    • Bobbie Morgan // September 15, 2015 at 7:21 pm // Reply

      Paz, thanks for your support and encouragement.

      I went to brainpickings(dot)com and somebody had hacked the site … that a virus had attacked my computer and that I needed to download software to remove it, yadda, yadda, yadda. Of course, I ran my antivirus software and nothing was found.

      I wanted to try this approach because I thought it was the best way to offer something of value — either tangible or marketing — in exchange for reader support. I’m really grateful to the people who have stepped up so far. It looks like I’m *this* close to keeping my blog online for at least another year.

      • Oh SH*^& I am so, so sorry. It is brainpickings.ORG ! I always forget that … Here is one that might be fun for you…. http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2013/01/01/what-is-love/

        Maria Popova is the force behind it and the somehow always intriguing randomness is really a most welcome part of my information diet … as are your words.

        I am VERY glad your approach is working for you … mahy of us do want you to be online for “at (the very) least another year”

        • Bobbie Morgan // September 18, 2015 at 1:49 pm // Reply

          Thanks for the correct URL! I love what Maria’s site is all about. However, I can’t even begin to count the number of blogs and websites that ask for subscriptions and donations just for the sake of reading them and compensating the person or people who put in all the hard work behind them. I have a big heart, but it’s not that big … or should I say my wallet isn’t that big. That’s why I’d rather give readers and businesses something of value. If they’re going to purchase something they want or need, why not click on a link on my site (or anyone else’s site) to get it while I make some money? It costs readers nothing to support my blog. Simple, right?

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