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The State of the SMUT - 2019 in Review!!

The last 12 months have seen incredible growth for us in every aspect of what we do, and in 2020 we’re planning to do even more! Read more about our progress here >…

#sexpositive #kink #femdom #BDSM #art #erotica
If SMUT has been important to you this year, if you’ve loved something we’ve put out or been glad to see us out in the world, or if you’re as excited as we are about where the next year will take us, please consider supporting us with a monetary contribution, whether by...
• Buying an ebook >…
• Contributing (in any amount) to our year-end fundraising campaign on GoFundMe >…
• Or becoming a supporting patron on our newly revamped, pay-what-you-want Patreon >
We so appreciate everyone who follows us and engages with our content, and your support is what makes this all more than just a labor of love. Thank you all for everything and here’s to another year of SMUT!

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