Facts of Violet Blue Biography
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American Journalist Violet Blue has received both fame and fortune as a freelance investigative reporter on hacking and cyber. She has made her identity as an author, editor, advisor, and educator. She was also a notable columnist of the San Francisco Chronicle.
Most of her writing are based on the topic such as fetishes and oral Sex, and she has edited erotica anthologies as well. She has likewise been running a video blog.
Struggling with Name
Violet Blue is a common name which has been used by many other persons as well. She claimed that Violet Blue is her legal name, and she has been writing as Violet Blue since the starting of her writing career. Addressing the issue of name she has said:
“My name really is Violet Blue. Despite any rubbish you’ve seen by my harassers and detractors, Violet Blue is the name on my passport, social security card, all my ID, and it is who I am.”
She endured some complexity with her Google+ account because of her name. Google + suspended her account in 2011 on the account of real name policy, but the decision was altered three days later.
She filed a case against adult actress Ada Mae Johnson who had been performing using the name “Violet Blue”.Johnson was forced to change her name to Noname Jane after the case was settled in October 2008.
Debate in Boing Boing
Blue was a regular writer of the blog Boing Boing before the blog decided to remove all of her post from the site. A heated debated aroused after a Boing Boing wrote:
“ Violet behaved in a way that made us reconsider whether we wanted to lend her any credibility or associate with her. It's our blog, and so we made an editorial decision like we do every single day."
The debate ended along with deletions of 70 posts of Violet from the site though the reasons had not been made public.
Shutdown of vb.ly, Violet’s Publications and Digital Releases
In August, teaming up with Ben Metcalfe, Violet launched a website, which they described as “the internet’s first and only sex-positive URL shortener.”
The site was shut down by the Libya Telecom stating that the contents of the site were against Sharia law. In a letter handed to Violet, it was mentioned that though the site did not have any pornographic content, the domain registry is trying to regulate the contents of the website.
Violet has contributed to various publications as an author and editor including The Ultimate Guide to Fellatio: How to Go Down on a Man and Give Him Mind-Blowing Pleasure, Fetish Sex: An Erotic Guide for Couples and The Ultimate Girl’s Guide to Porn.
Similarly, her digital releases include Sweet Heat (erotica), Erotic Role Play: A Guide For Couples, How To Kiss and Pleasure Zone Basics.