About Meg


Hi there! 
I’m Megan. 30 years old from Los Angeles, CA. My pronouns are she/her/hers. I am a queer, polyamorous, kinky, geeky, cis woman. I have a primary partner named K, you’ll hear me talk about her a lot, and two kitties that I’m obsessed with. I blog and podcast about sex, relationships, and my own personal journey through healing. 
My story isn’t easy to hear, but it has been wonderfully therapeutic to tell.

The Big, Horrible Night.
My mom was murdered in 2006 when I was 18. I was also stabbed during the break-in but was able to escape and hide long enough to survive. My entire world was turned upside down within a few moments. Now, 12 years later, memories are coming back that have been buried all these years. I  am beginning to work through this trauma and embrace life once more. I live with PTSD, anxiety, depression, and insomnia, and while they do not define me, they definitely affect how I move through this world. I share my stories through my #MentalHealthDiaries because I know there is still so much stigma around mental health matters.
In 2016, after a tough divorce and a teaching career burn out, I decided to start camming, blogging and podcasting about sex on the Take Back Your Sex blog. Reclaiming my sexuality gave me so much power. While I’m no longer involved with that blog and podcast, it definitely helped pave the way for what I am doing now.
From coming out, to polyamory, to kinky adventures, I learned to advocate for myself and my needs and began the long journey of letting go of ‘the good little girl‘ society told me I should be (except in consensual BDSM play, I love being a good girl then *wink wink*).
My favorite way to help people own their sexuality is by sharing my experiences. I’ve overcome a lot to step into my sexuality and I’m a late bloomer in so many areas, I find sharing my experiences (in writing, podcasting, in person, however it happens) inspires others to look at their own in a new light.
I started this blog to combine the two. Sex + Trauma + my constant need for processing things. Here, you will find posts about my mental health, my musings on relationships and emotions, my mother’s murder, and how I self-care through it all.
I am a sex worker, a blogger, a podcaster, a  motherless daughter, a mentally ill warrior, and lucky for you, I also happen to be a chronic over-sharer. If you’d like to see even more of me, you can find me on patreon, text me on Sextpanther, and find me on all of my social media! Thanks for stopping by! 💋

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13 thoughts on “About Meg

  1. Megan
    Lovely person and some really lovely content as well. Here and take back your sex. Congrats on not conforming and to embracing and being comfortable in what you want …. always nice when you happen to be incredibly sexy as well! Had to say it.
    Best
    Steve.

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  2. Just listened to your interview on This is Actually Happening. Blessings, woman. To say ‘you’re a trooper’ feels insulting, but your fortitude to persevere is remarkable. Definitely have a new reader on the blog.

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  3. Hi Megan. Just heard you on TIAH. Your accident couldn’t have been any more tragic, or your comeback any more tremendous! I’ll be looking around here for more details into your transition. Kudos and salute.

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  4. I am in absolute awe of your story, your courage, and your strength. I just finished listening to TIAH and my breath has been taken away. Thank you for being so brave and for sharing your story. You have inspired me profoundly. I wish you all the happiness in the world.

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    1. Thank you so much Jeff, that really means a lot to me. Sometimes it is hard to share my story, and when I get feedback like this it all feels worht it. I wish you all the happiness in the world, too ❤ xo

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  5. I too just listed to your episode in TIAH. Thank you for being so honest.. I understand so much more about trauma in the survivor and how it can play out in the years after such a seminal event thanks to your sharing. I wish you healing and a life with joy and purpose.

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  6. Wow wow wow Megan. So glad to have heard your episode on TIAH – your story speaks to me in more ways than one. Excited to follow your blog and get to know you better through it. Sending good vibes and love, always!

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