A new list of the best male bloggers in 2018.
Read more”It’s a real testament to how important it is for men to be seen, to be spoken to and to be represented in this way, and that women and men alike are willing to listen and understand,” said Boudoir Blog founder and CEO Simon Johnson.
“I think we’re on the right path.”
The list is based on the popularity of the popular blog, which has over 11 million followers, and is comprised of sites that focus on fashion, photography, fitness, lifestyle and lifestyle events.
The website has also been a source of inspiration for women bloggers to create their own unique blogs.
Johnson said the website had attracted more than 5,000 women to write to him since it launched in March 2018.
“We’ve received some great feedback, and I’ve seen the women writing back to us saying how much they enjoy what we’re doing, and how much we’re changing their lives,” he said.
The list was compiled by the website’s sister website, Boudou, and its founder, Emma Hewson.
The website’s top five most popular posts in 2018 include an article on “Best male bloggers”, featuring profiles of men who are both handsome and well-rounded, and a post titled “The Most Beautiful Men of 2018”.
It was published in March, two months before the election, and featured a range of photos taken by Johnson.
It also featured an article titled “Five Best Male Fashion Bloggers” which focused on fashion bloggers and celebrities, with a range including fashion designers, fashion stylists and fashion photographers.
The second most popular post was a feature in which Johnson listed the best and worst male fashion blogs, including Boudu, Men’s Fitness, Menus, and Menswear, which featured photos taken in the UK.
The top five male blogs of 2018 also included the UK’s best male fashion bloggers, including designer and illustrator Daniela Rizzo, actor and writer James Nesbitt, and actor and director Chris Brown.