Violet Blue (author)

Violet Blue (born on September 22) is a North American sex writer, podcaster, blogger, editor, sex educator, and sex columnist.

Sex-related writing

Blue espouses a sex-positive perspective through her work on her popular blog Tiny Nibbles, as well as on Fleshbot, another sex blog. She writes a weekly sex column for the San Francisco Chronicle. Her podcast Open Source Sex, in which she reads erotica and talks about topics such as fetishes and oral sex, has been listed high as number three in ITunes's daily charts.San Francisco Bay Guardian | Arts and Entertainment 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, and has also lectured across the country on the topics of sex and the Internet. Blue is the author of several bestselling books on sex and has edited several volumes of erotica anthologies.

Other activities

Blue's web presence is not limited strictly to sex writing:

Blue is a close friend of transgender Police Commissioner Theresa Sparks, whom Blue refers to as her "adopted mother". She is an alumna of industrial machine performance art group Survival Research Labs.

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.

Lawsuit

In October 2007, Blue filed a lawsuit against Ada Mae Johnson, alleging that Johnson had adopted Blue's persona, and her trademarked name, "Violet Blue". The lawsuit alleges trademark violation and dilution, as well as unfair business practices. With the lawsuit pending, Johnson changed her stage name to Violetta Blue.

Books (author)

Blue is currently represented by International Creative Management

Books (editor)

Digital Releases

External links

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