Mailing Lists & How to Get the Password

Sugarbutch Chronicles has two different mailing lists, and one way to get the password to the protected posts. Since I’ve had a few more password posts than usual lately, I’ve had some folks asking, so it’s about time to put up a new explanation.

1. The Newsletter

The newsletter is the once-a-month mailing list where I send out announcements about the site, special offers (sometimes I have passwords or offer codes from some Sugarbutch sponsors), and general updates. Email me – aspiringstud[at] – to get on this mailing list, or leave a comment with your valid email address in the comments of this post.

2. Sugarbutch Daily to your email inbox

If you aren’t really a “blog person,” if you don’t read half the internet every day (like I do), if you don’t subscribe to RSS feeds and spend a lot of your time on the web, but you still love reading Sugarbutch, you might want to consider subscribing via email.

Entering your email address in below will send you ONE email per day with the text of all the posts that have been published that day. If there are no posts, you won’t get an email.

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3. Password protected posts

The password protected posts tend to be more personal, often musings about my own self-awareness, emotional processes, or the details of my relationships, which often feel vulnerable in a way that writing about sex does not (I know, weird, but that’s how it is). (Sometimes they are very smutty, dirty stories, with kinks or explorations that are dark and difficult to reveal – so it’s not all omphaloskepsis, there is some sex stuff too, sometimes.) Leave a comment in this thread with a valid email address and a link to your blog, your myspace, your facebook, or some other way to verify that you are a real person. If you ask for the password, I’ll also add you to The Newsletter mailing list.

Published by Sinclair Sexsmith

Sinclair Sexsmith is "the best-known butch erotica writer whose kinky, groundbreaking stories have turned on countless queer women" (AfterEllen), who "is in all the books, wins all the awards, speaks at all the panels and readings, knows all the stuff, and writes for all the places" (Autostraddle). ‚ÄčTheir short story collection, Sweet & Rough: Queer Kink Erotica, was a 2016 finalist for the Lambda Literary Award. They identify as a white non-binary butch dominant, a survivor, and an introvert, and use the pronouns they, them, theirs, themself. Follow all their personal writings and all the updates through

346 thoughts on “Mailing Lists & How to Get the Password”

  1. rm says:

    a-hah! Requesting password; blog above.

  2. jordanclaire says:

    Yes please! No site but twitter above.

  3. Lauren says:

    i would like to be added to the mailing list and view password protected entries. a link to my facebook is above.

  4. Anna says:

    May I have the password please! :-)

  5. Mugsie says:

    Oh, I definitely want to be added to the password protected list and mailing list! I put left my facebook profile in the website box, but I'd like to think you know I'm a real person anyway. Though possibly I'm a cyborg… but that's altogether another matter!

  6. violet says:


    Would you kindly send me the password for your protected posts, prettyplease?

  7. roro says:

    Ooo! The password! Password, please!

  8. Ladycakes says:

    i'd love the password :) the website is my college's feminist blog, for which i am a blogger.

  9. deb says:

    More smut? Yes! I'd like the password please, if you don't mind.

  10. T. Elle Harrison says:

    I would love to have the password for your protected posts. I've read all of your archive stuff and I lurve it. The link to my often neglected blog is above.

  11. Distracted says:

    I would very much like to read the password protected posts. Thank you!

  12. April says:

    I'd very much like to have the password please. My very boring blog about my very boring life (which really, I just use as an online journal) is linked. Thank you!

  13. Kate says:

    I'd love to have the password, and the newsletter as well. I linked my facebook. Thank you.:)

  14. Lauren says:

    password please (:

  15. Feral Historian says:

    I'd like to have the password, if you feel comfortable sharing it with me.

  16. danielle says:

    i'm a huge fan of this blog and i would love to be able to read all the posts. thanks so much.


  17. StacyCat says:

    I would like the password and the Newsletter :) I am also on Twitter as StacyCat :)

  18. Samantha says:

    I subscribe via RSS, with visits to the actual site now and again (the banners were my favorite part previously). I would adore the password to your protected posts.

    Online blog linked above, which might in turn, have links to both a Myspace and Facebook.


  19. Desci says:

    Love your site, and would enjoy checking out some of the passwordy stuff, as well as the newsletter!

    to dot desci, gmail. (Is my 'internet' identity enough, or would you like my IRL details? Drop me a line if it's the latter.)

  20. Kerr "Sky" says:

    Been following you ever since you were featured at Transcriptions in Boston. Really enjoy your work and would like to see more.

  21. Sylvia says:

    I would love to have the password for your protected posts. I’m already subscribed to the Feed, so the newsletter isn’t neccesary. I linked my blog(although not in english). Thank you

  22. Mack says:

    I love your blog and would be grateful for the opportunity to read more of your pieces.

  23. Rachel says:

    I would love to have that password.

  24. Adelai says:

    I'd love the password and to be on the mailing list.

  25. Roxy says:

    I would also love the password. Thank you. :)

  26. North says:

    I would love to have the password, and to be added to the mailing list, and am happy to send you my real name if you send me an email.

    (I am kind of in awe of all the people who write really personal things on the internet, you included. Thanks.)

  27. Whit says:

    Your blog is great and I respect you opinions and thoughts. A password would be wonderful.

  28. Nosidam says:

    I would love to have the password. Thank you very much for this and sharing the things that you do.

  29. Gina says:

    I love your blog and would be grateful for the opportunity to read more of your Work.

  30. nell says:

    I'd love a password as well!

  31. Em says:

    I have the password, I would just like to be on the newsletter list as well.

  32. Kendra Staley says:

    Please send me your password!! I would love to gain access for "behind the scenes!"

  33. Jen says:

    Hi Sinclair, I'd like to be added to the mailing list and get a password. Thanks for your work.

  34. Renee says:

    Love to read you every morning while I am drinking my coffe and starting my day. Sorry no website.

  35. Omster says:

    I'd like the password, please, sir. And do let me know if you're up in Boston anytime soon – meeting (and flirting shamelessly with) you in NYC was a lot of fun.

  36. Jenna says:

    Love everything you write! (And the site is a blog I contribute to…)

  37. Ana says:

    I'd love to get the password!

  38. Denise says:

    Would love to be added to the mailing lost and get a password. Thank you

  39. Gretchen says:

    Love your blog… would love to read the password entries. No website… I've tired of facebook and myspace (also, as a teacher it's not great for me to be that "out" with personal info)

  40. AshB says:

    I too love reading your blog and would love to read the password protected entries as well. I hereby solemnly promise that I am a real person, and by myspace is attached for further verification. ;-)

  41. genderkid says:

    I guess we all want to read the password-protected posts! I'd like the password, too; thanks!

  42. Fox says:

    Though I am certainly not deserving of that honour, I bow down to my desire to read more…. hear me beg for the divine password!

  43. Britni says:

    I would love the password! Click my name to find my blog :)

  44. Shereen Samuels says:

    Okay, I don't have a website, facebook page, or any other online way to prove who I am, because I'm a bit of a philistine, obviously, although not a luddite, I swear. Just limited in terms of what, as a new parent, I can spend my time on. But, if you google my name, or my other last name, Tuomi, you'll see that I've been a writer of entertainment, lesbian and international development stuff for quite a few years. I'd love a password.

  45. KP says:

    Long time reader/fan, first time commenter. but i'm starting to feel left out of the password-protected posts. this is me. password, please.

  46. TEB says:

    Facebook link above. I'd love to be able to read the rest of what you've written– I've enjoyed all I've read so far.

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