Women's Online Community Blogs About Sex

Women’s online community addresses taboos responsibly.

Tucson, AZ, September 27, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Ladies, it’s time to get personal.

Real women come in all shapes and sizes, in all shades, and from different cultures, religions, countries, upbringings, and societal norms. Not to mention our very own histories. Inevitably, all these things condition the way we perceive sex, the way we experience it and with whom.

So what do you have to say about it? Join the online community Women on the Verge and share your thoughts on the topic of the month on the website www.womenontheverge.net.

Women on the Verge (WOTV) is a virtual network of sisters, where women all around the world communicate through blogs, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and an online radio show. Its members include bestselling authors, the number one female tweeter in the world, along with business owners, women from all sorts of professional backgrounds, mothers, grandmothers, etc.

Although members share anything from relationship problems to their personally written haikus, they also write about the topic of the month on their blog, which for October is “Real Women Talk About Sex.”

The WOTV blogs are the most popular form of communication among members. They garner around 1,000,000 hits per month and have landed the online community in the pages of Marie Claire magazine, among other publications. The WOTV posts on social media also attract an additional 10,000 followers.

“We’re going to have a frank, open, honest discussion about women, for women and with women about sex. We’ll be eliminating stereotypes and be open and receptive to varying opinions,” says founder and member Ana Lewis.

Women on the Verge was founded in September 2009 by Lewis in Tucson, Arizona. Lewis wanted to tap into the nurturing and supportive nature of women, and make it accessible to all women online. “Since the beginning of time, we have nurtured our children’s growth, our husband’s career, and our elderly parents,” Lewis says. “What happens when we nurture each other? What happens when we direct that kind and supportive energy to other women? Women on the Verge happens.”

To arrange interviews with any of the WOTV members, contact Natalia Lopera at (520) 481-4931.

Women on the Verge
Ana Lewis