I’m Mia More, a UK-based freelancer who has been providing ghostwriting and copywriting services for the Erotic Industry for around fifteen years. I was nominated for ETO Magazine’s Best Erotic Journalist award in 2014 but lost out to the wonderful Cara Sutra (yup, I can live with that!).
A regular contributor to Synergy Magazine (the Adult Trade magazine for Australasia, China and Hong Kong) I review sex toys and other personal items for my industry peers worldwide. As you can probably imagine, it’s a position of great responsibility and even greater fun!
I’m also Editor for semi-retired and renowned website Cliterati (‘Because women like sex too’), writing as Mia More. This involves working alongside such impressive luminaries as internationally acclaimed sexpert Emily Dubberley, The Sex Myth scientist Dr Brooke Magnanti AKA Belle De Jour and Lovers’ Guide creator Robert Page.
Talking of romance (languages – ahem), I have a degree in French and Italian and also speak rusty but trusty Spanish (the best kind!).
Away from the Adult Industry I’m a yoga teacher who teaches several classes a week, as well as offering private tuition. During these 1-1 yoga sessions I often find myself enabling clients to get more in touch with their sexuality (metaphorically, not literally – I’ll leave that to the pros!), as there’s a huge crossover between practising yoga and having good sex. And no, it’s absolutely nothing to do with flexibility.
Fashion-forward and music-mad, I’m also an ex-music journalist and TV Presenter, a wife, and mother to two children. A hot pair of heels is a fetish of mine, and I love bright clothes and a striking silhouette – especially where rubber and latex are concerned. And yes my hair colour is ever-evolving, just like my lipstick collection.
In the immortal words of Jerry Hall: “My mother said it was simple to keep a man: you must be a maid in the living room, a cook in the kitchen and a whore in the bedroom”. Well, two out of three ain’t bad!
This is my personal blog. You can read further writing at Cliterati under my Mia More moniker. The cunning linguists amongst you may notice my name translates into Italian and Spanish as My Love. N’est-ce pas?
Thanks for visiting!
Baconi y besitos,