WTMFI (Way Too Much F***ing Information) Wednesdays
A weekly sex meme arousing discussions on sexuality
- Write a post answering as many of the questions as you’d like
- Add one of the WTMFI Wednesdays Badges
- Tag your post #WTMFIWednesdays
- Link up with us by adding your link to the original post
- Share your posts using our hashtag #WTMFIWednesdays
Share one of the WTMFI Wednesdays badges, available in a range of sizes, whenever you participate.
How to Participate
We offer a variety of ways for you to participate in WTMFI Wednesdays. The most common, for those of you who have a blog, is to post your responses to your own blog and then come back and add your links. However, we wanted to make sure that everyone who wanted to participate could.
Option 1: Write a Blog Post
If you have your own blog, write a blog post in which you post the questions and your answers. Add one of our badges, tag the post and then come back to the original post and share a link to your submission. You can either post that to our included Linky or you can add it to the comments – your choice!
Option 2: Become a Registered Participant
Register on WTMFI Wednesdays and post your responses right on our website! Great option if you don’t have your own blog, although it can also be used in addition to your blog. You also gain access to profiles, forums and more!
Option 3: Post to Your Favorite Social Network
Pick your favorite social network – Facebook, Twitter, etc. Follow @WTMFIWednesdays and participate in our #WTMFIWednesdays hashtag roundups. Update your status, reply to/comment on or retweet/share our question posts as they appear with your own answers.
Available every Wednesday starting around 11 AM MST.
Option 4: Use the Comment Box
If you don’t have a blog, don’t want to become a registered participant and don’t use social networks, then you are more than welcome to just post your response in the comments on our website.
WTMFI Wednesdays was originally launched on Valerie Rayne‘s blog, The Rantings of a Tortured Mind – XXX Edition, in 2010. It lasted for a series of 26 weeks and covered topics including virginity, masturbation, sexuality and fetishes. The project was then abandoned for over 7 years.
In 2017, Valerie Rayne revisited the concept and decided it was time to bring back WTMFI Wednesdays. After the 26th session, she had a baby and some complications which resulted in a short hiatus.
WTMFI Wednesdays returned with brand new sessions on January 2nd, 2019.