Sex blogger Fleur De Lis SF is the friend whose gossip makes you weak in the knees. We published excerpts of an interview with her in this week's Hot Sluts! Sex Issue, but the full text frontal was so juicy, we giving it to you (hard), as well as some salacious shots from her first domantrix session with the magnetic Lady Ripplee Severin. Fleur is your girl who recounts (to your squeals) stories of meeting men at the grocery store salad bar, only to be ravished by them that night after a day of dirty emails exchanged at the office. The one who is up for any sexual frisson, pleasure, situation, from Craig's List Casual Encounters to BDSM clubs. What – you don't have one of those? Well lucky you, Fleur Di Lis SF likes to share. The mysterious online personality -- who professes to be a white collar wage slave during the day -- is posting her illustrated voyages throughout the city's sexual underground on the regular.
San Francisco Bay Guardian: How long have you been writing the blog and what inspired you to start it?
Fleur De Lis SF: I posted my first blog on August 6, 2010, a Friday. The inspiration came from this glorious sexy city. I went to a sex club and realized that SF has a huge sexual subculture. So, I just started to explore every aspect of it. It evolved into a collection of true stories. It is all non-fiction and yes it all really happened. In essence SF inspired me and so Fleur De Lis SF was created.
SFBG: Can you give me a brief description of yourself and how you got involved in sex writing?
FDLSF: I did not ever intend to write about sex. I sort of stumbled upon it in a way. I am an educated, funny, smart and sexual woman I have always had an active sex life and I used to entertain my friends with my sexcapade stories. I am a story teller and so I started to write them down just the way I would tell them aloud. I realized that my stories would probably entertain more people than just my friends. Mainly, I want to educate people to embrace sex and sexuality. I want people to accept who they are and who are we are sexually is a huge part of who we are as people.
SFBG: Do you think there are a lot of misconceptions about women and sex?
FDLSF: Yes, because I think the misconception is that women don't want to have sex as much as men. Women are just as sexual as men and they should own it.
SFBG: Do you feel that, by talking about sex so openly, you're making a statement?
FDLSF: I talk about sex openly because it's nothing to be ashamed of. Our society does not give people a platform to talk about sex. Sex stories are always a secret, a taboo, something you hide. Women should be proud about being sexual that is my statement there is nothing wrong with being an independent, smart, sexual woman.
SFBG: What are some of your favorite sexy things in the Bay Area right now?
FDLSF: That would encompass a lot of things. To me SF is sexy in general. The people, the vibration, the art and the sexual current that burns brightly throughout it. SF welcomes every walk of life to be sexual and it provides you with a variety of venues to choose from.
SFBG: As an observer of the local sex scene, what do you think overall? Is this a really sexy place to be right now?
FDLSF: I think San Francisco is by far one of the sexiest cities in the world. SF makes it ok for people to be different and doesn't judge them along the way. I think it is my great privilege to live in this beautiful city. I have just scratched the sexual surface of San Francisco and I can't wait to see more.
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