One can go to any extent seeking as much of a popularity as possible. This is a greatest weakness on the part of the mankind, nay all live beings, after sex. No gainsaying that the people do want a recognition in the field they work and this encourages them the most. There are experts who are always well prepared to offer their advices as to how one can gain popularity in a bigger measure. Such advices at times are the crude ones, or say somewhat embarrassing, which are not compatibly feasible for every one to follow. A lady co blogger, Rebecca, who is quite a popular one in her writings on ‘verbal ejaculation’ suggested certain effective measures of popularising a blog in a recent post of hers seriatim including the one that one should listen to her ‘vagina’ and work accordingly. The topic, as she explained, is so interesting that there is an instant response from the readers side in a sumptuous manner. Sharing her own experience, she said that with this very reference in her post she could elicit a reply from as many as 300+ readers immediately after it was published. She deserves admiration for such bold an expression, but the question is if others could equally afford it. Talk on sex directly is capable of drawing more of an audience compared to just a suggestive one. Does it mean that people have to talk of sex only simply because it attracts more audience and the readers? Sex does have a positive side but it doesn’t attract the readers that much. What actually attracts them is a robustly naked sex which may stimulate arousals but can not form a healthy reading. Talking of sex is much different than talking the same with a blatant exposure. Topic of sex is a matter of grace and it is not to be vulgarisedly compromised simply for the sake of popularity.