Violet Blue

Violet Blue is an American writer, podcaster, blogger, editor, sex educator, and sex columnist. Blue is a blogger who writes a weekly sex column for the San Francisco Chronicle. Her podcast is Open Source Sex, in which she reads erotica and talks about topics such as fetishes and oral sex.[1] She also has a video blog. Blue wrote a feature about porn for women which was published in the July 2007 issue of O, The Oprah Magazine. She lectures at San Francisco Sex Information on the topics of oral sex and fetish. Blue is the author of several books on sex and has edited several volumes of erotica anthologies. Her first book was an erotic anthology she edited titled « Sweet Life: Erotic Fantasies for Couples » was published in December 2001 by Cleis Press. Blue’s web presence is not limited strictly to sex writing: She writes news and technology blog Techyum. She is a contributor to Metroblogging San Francisco. In addition to her own video blog, she is a correspondent for Geek Entertainment Television. In January 2007, Forbes named her one of The Web Celeb 25. She was a crew member of industrial machine performance art group Survival Research Labs from 1996 to May 2007. In October 2007, Violet Blue launched the DRM-free publishing venture Digita Publications, releasing audiobooks and ebooks in several open formats on a variety of sex-related subjects. Blue is a close friend of transgender San Francisco Police Commission President Theresa Sparks, whom Blue refers to as her « adopted mother ». …

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