Fleshbot is a sex-oriented weblog published by Gawker Media. It was launched in November 2003 as the third online title from Gawker. The range of subject matter includes everything from amateur sex blogs and thumbnail gallery posts to news about sex in popular culture and advertising. The blog covers both heterosexual and homosexual erotica.
In April 2006, a new design for Fleshbot was launched. Fleshbot is the first site to be redesigned by Gawker Media, which plans to implement similar redesigns in all its network sites. The new design uses two columns instead of three, and has a less cluttered appearance while allowing more space for text and ads.
On October 3, 2008, amidst several layoffs throughout the Gawker network, founding editor John D. left the site. Fleshbot is now edited by Lux Alptraum.
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