All We Cannot Say is a multi-media exploration of love, sex, joy and heartbreak. We examine the state of dating, sexuality and emotional intelligence through a multitude of lenses, so our content is diverse and not always safe for work.
For 2017, we’re focusing on publishing high-quality, long-form content that approaches the above topics from a personal and/or expert perspective.
If you’re a thought leader in the fields of love and sex, or just have an interesting story to tell, we’d love to publish your prose.
About our audience:
Our audience is made up of all different sorts of people who are connected by an interest in emotional intelligence. And sex. They like sex too. For these reasons, we refrain from making our content too Gen-Y centric.
About our topics:
- History and sex
- Marriage and sexuality
- Religion and sexuality
- Sex worker rights, advocacy and personal experiences
- LGBT issues
- Polyamory and ethical non-monogamy
- Unethical non-monogamy
- How to resolve conflict
- Sex and love in a humourous manner
- Sex and love in a serious manner
- Sex and technology
- Mediated experienced (surrogate sex)
- Online dating
- Self-love and nightmare masturbation stories
- The evolution of sex
- The physiology and psychology of love
If you’re an articulate communicator, we’d love to hear from you. You don’t have to be an experienced writer, but you must have an interest and passion in self-enquiry, intimacy, sex positivity and relationships.
For a set of contributor guidelines, please email hello [at] allwecannotsay [dot] com with:
+ a brief bio
+ previous, relevant examples of work
+ any pitches you may have