Welcome to Filthy, Sexy, Words.

We are a new weekly writing prompt for anyone that needs a bit of inspiration to help with their writing. We do have a few differences from other prompt sites and a fair number of similarities.

Your posts can be fiction, non-fiction, romance, essays, educational, filthy or squeaky clean. Anything you like so long as it is not sex negative or a review.

The Rules.

  1. Follow the prompt or not, the choice is completely up to you.
  2. The prompt runs from Sunday to Sunday so every Sunday there will be 2 prompts open, the last day of the previous week which will overlap the new week prompt on that Sunday.
  3. You can use posts you have written for other prompts here so long as it was written within the Sunday to Sunday date range.
  4. You must add the badge and link back to this site.
  5. Your writing must not include any description of illegal sexual activities. FSW will make that decision at our sole discretion.
  6. No transphobic, homophobic, biphobic or any other sexual orientation phobic posts that we haven’t thought about yet, Also no kink shaming.
  7. There will be no commenting on this site since all we are doing is hosting the prompts and the links, but if find that you have been leaving comments that break the sex positive rules of FSW you will be barred from participating. This includes these behaviours on social media. We believe in free speech, we do not believe in speech without consequences. Writing expresses who we are and what we believe and we think that the beliefs of the messenger matters.

If you have any questions or suggestions please use the contact form or follow us on Twitter.


  • Do feel free to subvert the prompt. Make it queer, trans, non-hetronormative as you would like. Conversely make it as straight and cis as you would like. The point is to share everyone’s work and to do so with respect and kindness. That means not disrespecting people’s work because it doesn’t work for you.
  • When commenting on other’s posts use the pronouns requested and if you don’t know what they would like. Ask. When in doubt, them, or they is usually a safe fallback. We will include links on our resource pages as we build the site.
  • Please feel free to use trigger or content warnings as you see fit. If you do use trigger warnings we suggest they appear before the content, or content snippet, especially on social media.