About

Sasstrology is an online magazine (or blog) bringing you the best articles on the astrology of sex, love and relationships by a variety of authors. We also offer daily horoscopes for all signs by Kelli Fox The Astrologer, a weekly love forecast by Michelle Piller, and monthly horoscopes by Eric Francis of Planet Waves.

History

Sasstrology is published, edited and produced by Jeffrey Kishner, who has been blogging about astrology since 2001 or so. His first blog was Astrology at the Movies, followed by Lunar Tunes. Jeffrey found that many readers were discovering the blog by searching for phrases like, “How to make a Scorpio fall in love with you,” so as an experiment he started a new blog in 2006 (which was then called Seduction Central) in which he wrote posts answering these types of questions. He did this for about 1 1/2 years, and then started to bring in other writers to supplement the content and to give Jeffrey the time to focus on “the business.”

In 2008, Jeffrey—realizing that Seduction Central sounded like a blog for pick-up artists—re-branded it as Sasstrology. As of this writing, it is one of the most popular astrology blogs on the web, and according to one ranking site that takes into account a variety of statistics, it’s Number One.

The Forum

As a complement to Seduction Central, Jeffrey started a forum off-site (on ning.com) to provide an avenue for readers to discuss relationship astrology amongst themselves. He later moved the forum to Sasstrology. It is now one of the most popular features on the site.

Membership

To reduce spam and the problem of anonymous, abusive commenters, Sasstrology requires anyone who wants to comment or participate in the forum to become a member. Jeffrey finds it easier to moderate the community when readers are more accountable for their comments. Membership is free.

Our Editorial Approach

Sasstrology is more-or-less intended for readers who want more than Sun sign horoscopes, but who are not super-advanced in their astrological studies. Some of the articles require an understanding of the planetary archetypes and astrological aspects. We strive to feature articles that are well-written, entertaining, and insightful.

Sometimes we publish posts that are guilty of Sun sign stereotypes. Occasionally we have pulled an article that was so egregious in its bashing of a particular sign that it caused a ruckus; yet we do not shy away from legitimate controversy. (At least that’s our hope.)

Little Known Fact

Sasstrology was launched on October 29, 2008; 2:09 PM EDT; Brooklyn, NY (Kings County).