Have a Question?
If you have a question about any of my sex toy reviews or would like help choosing your own toy, please don’t hesitate to email me! Bloggers and readers are encouraged to email me with any and all questions. Interview requests are welcome!
I can be reached via the email address listed down below; you will also find me on Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr. I am the former editor and owner of e[lust], the ex-host of Wanton Wednesday and the gate keeper of the ToySwap Network and the Sex Blogger Co-op.
Curious about my ad rates? Want to send me product to review?
Please review my media kit prior to emailing me, it should answer most of your initial questions. It contains metrics about my site, answers about what things I will and won’t review, and my general policy. By emailing me, I presume that you have read this and agree to my stipulations and policies. It will really save us both a lot of time for you to read that first, which is why I worked so hard on making it informative!
I can be reached at dangerouslilly-at-gmail.com. PLEASE NOTE: I am an anonymous blogger. Please do not contact me asking me to do a tv show or newspaper article where I need to show my face and reveal my legal name. It’s a waste of time.
NO! -> link exchanges, guest posts, free or paid “content”, review requests for: books, sites, lingerie, porn, or items relating to E.D. 95% of kink items are also not in my realm anymore.
YES!! Appropriate review requests, Reader Q’s, Interview requests, Advertising requests
I reserve the right to publish via website, Twitter and/or Facebook part or all of emails
sent to me. If you are a reader or fellow blogger, your identity will not be revealed unless said email
verges upon an abusive, ridiculous, nonsensical or illogical nature (i.e. if you’re behaving like a complete
jerk) but as always, the discretion is mine. If a missive contains multitudinous spelling and grammatical
errors, crude references to sexual behavior, uninvited images of genitalia, threats to consult a Legal
Counsel on retainer or to sue for Defamation of Character, please expect to see that correspondence
mocked and derided electronically and (possibly) physically set aflame in my own personal backyard.