Slutty Girl Problems

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About SGP

What is a slut?

A slut is a woman who is confident and sexually empowered.
She is in control of her sexuality and her choices.
She doesn’t let anyone define her or her sexuality. She defines herself.

Slutty Girl Problems is for young women who embrace this empowered lifestyle.
We’re the sister you always wanted, saying everything your mom was too embarrassed to tell you about, in a sex-positive, judgement-free zone.

Why slut?

The term “slut” is used to break women down and shame them for their natural sexuality. Now, we are boldly reclaiming that derogatory word, using “slut” as an empowering, sex-positive term, free from shame and judgement. Being a slut isn’t about sleeping with everyone, or anyone at all. It’s about having the choice to express your sexuality the way you want to, and being empowered to act on it. All safe, sane, consensual sexual choices are something to be not just respected, but celebrated.

We take the degrading power away from the word “slut” and affirm that there is nothing wrong with having sex. Your pleasure is important. Sexuality does not determine your morality or worth!

In the Press

Slutty Girl Problems and it’s founder, Lorrae Bradbury, have been featured on a variety of press outlets including Cosmopolitan, MaximElite DailyYour TangoPlayboy, Playboy Radio, Kinkly, Metro UK, and many more. We were named 2014’s Top 6 Sex Blog of the Year by Kinkly. Click here for a our full press list.
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Our Founder

Lorrae Bradbury started Slutty Girl Problems to anonymously share her experiences and reclaim the word “slut” as a positive term, and continues grow SGP’s site, social media, and future projects. Beyond that, she writes a weekly column for Maxim, where she interviews women about their sexiest stories. She also works in social media and marketing, consulting for adult brands. She is a contributor to publications like Playboy, Metro UK, and Kinkly and is often quoted in other publications, like Elite Daily and Your Tango. She’s sometimes a guest on podcasts and radio shows, like Playboy Radio, Sex in Words, and Between the Sheets.

“In all my work, my goal is to create a more sex-positive world and empower women to embrace their sexuality, so they can have an amazing sex life that’s perfect for them.”

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Our Mission

Entertain. Educate. Empower


We entertain
with open, honest, and humorous columns that college-aged women can relate to, and reflect the modern day sex, dating, partying, and hook up culture that they experience.

We educate
through our articles, advice columns, guides, and reviews, that provide an informative, accurate, and non-judgmental source that women can trust – from the women who have been through it before.

We empower
young women to feel confident, take control, and discuss their sex lives openly without shame, judgement, or double standards.

We also connect through our Illuminaughty Community, which offers unique interactive member areas and exclusive hidden posts visible only to our members.

Our Vision

In a world where the female voice is often silenced or distorted, Slutty Girl Problems dares to be real. SGP shatters traditional perceptions of female sexuality, combining a classy attitude with a steamy sex drive, affirming that the two are not mutually exclusive.

Be the #1 online community and resource for sex-positive young women by giving young women a space to honestly and openly express themselves, discuss their experiences, and connect with one another.

Create an open dialogue about sexuality, eliminate slut-shaming, and make the world a more sex-positive place for young women.

How It All Began

When Lorrae Bradbury started Slutty Girl Problems in July 2011, she was fresh out of a breakup from a long-term relationship and embracing her “slutty phase” as a newly single girl. She turned to Twitter to anonymously express herself and talk about all the things that were so “taboo” about hooking up. As her follower count grew, she realized that women throughout the world related to and shared her experiences. She continued to tweet, write, and connect with her followers… soon realizing that SGP could become so much more. With a lot of hard work, ambition, and a dream she just couldn’t stop… she launched in January 2014, turning her “slutty baby” into a worldwide empowerment movement.

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Want to see more of what we believe?
Read our Slutty Girl’s Manifesto
and Feminism articles.

Because consensual sex isn’t something that men take from you; it’s something you give. It doesn’t lessen you to give someone else pleasure. It doesn’t degrade you to have some of your own. And anyone who implies otherwise is a man who probably thinks very poorly of women underneath the surface.” – The Good Men Project