The Vision

To abandon the Victorian ideal of sex.

To vaporise the Taboo that sex isn’t important, or should be left out of conversation.

To start a thread of stories of personal intimacy so we can come closer to what as humans we live for and our alive because.

At the centre of Wasitgoodforyou is the necessity to realise that sex is holy, delicate, sensitive and beautiful and we must afford ourselves the freedom to discuss its many foundations.

  • All
  • LOVE
  • Taking time
  • The Environment
  • What is SEXY

SEXY? Sofie Brown.

What Does Sexy Mean To You?           He suddenly turned from his friends, swiveling on his bar stool and asked with a Danish accent and “Who are you waiting for?” I laughed, knowing I was in the country for one night and was completely alone. So I smiled, rubbed his elbow, and said “You!” He […]


The man that looked at the purple sky. And not the purple prince combs his hands around the girl The girl shivers and desperately hugs at his crimson eyes that Look towards the sky. She wants him to smile For his lips to part and breathe Breathe all over her But he lets his air […]

Two websites, Three girls.

An interview about the behind the scenes, the dreams and the hectic means it took to create Wasitgoodforyou and an interview with ClitBait blogs Laila and Lilah who have created a sisterhood you must get to know FIRST LETS INTRODUCE CLITBAIT. Clitbait is an intersectional feminist website that features articles, artwork, poems and letters […]


Ask yourself  What is sexuality? a human need? desire? a form of hunger? a hunger for what? for love? for pure attention? is it creation? or destruction? is it physical through the body? is it emotional through the soul? is it both? is it a pleasure? is it a burden? what does it create? joy? […]

LOVE LETTERS. ‘Letter to England’ by Eliza Lawrence.

England is where Wasitgoodforyou was born and much of the submissions have the cultural head and tail of the English society attached to them as a result. I’m not talking about the storytellers that are featured on the website itself as there are multiple divergent mouthpieces on there. From Cheshire to Uganda. I’m talking about […]

He was hers. A poem by Luca Goaten.

    He was hers and his eye sockets throbbedLike two syncopated hearts. She took him in, biting into the soft.Perfectly, she captured his body. She tasted him, she pressed him.This was an interrogation. He was held in the black without a lamp-lawyerAnd he blinked to no effect. The deeper dark of her open ‘O’ […]

LOVE. An illustration by Lillie Durant.

      A drawing for all the deeply intimate moments I shared with others, whereby we experienced an exchange of loving energy.       Even if we don’t speak anymore, or no matter how fleeting and spontaneous it was, these moments will always have a lasting imprint on my soul.  Surfacing in my […]


Love sucks.   I am sleeping with a vampire at the moment They don’t use names I’m loving with a vampire at the moment They even don’t have surnames. They have cell phones though That much I know. They also don’t have very good manners They let you into their cave. Maybe you’ll be lucky […]

LOVE. A thought AND thought visual by Lilly Seibel.

THE THOUGHT CONSTRUCT OF LOVE Why are we so afraid of love? It seems easier to be hateful than to support and love each other, you just have to see the news or go through social media apps to recognize that. But why? Sometimes, love in our society feels like a jungle of rules and […]