When more and more of us have been under government mandates to “shelter in place” or stay “safe from home” or, in other words “Quarantine and Chill,” it has brought up all kinds of issues in our lives…and emotions.
One minute you’re feeling frisky, the next you’re chugging wine under your weighted blanket watching The Tiger King. Yeah. It’s “Love In the Time of Corona,” baby.
Well for us kinky folks (or those who would like to be), Covid-19 can be a real boner kill. But don’t despair! You might be tempted to go all vanilla right now, but your kink flag is still there! So let’s see how we can keep it flying, shall we?
With COVID-19 scaring the begeezus out of all of us, stress has an even greater impact on us these days. As if we didn’t already have job-related stress, financial stress, relationship drama, or health-related stress, now we have a fast-spreading virus to worry about. If you have been able to effectively “Quarantine and Chill” at home– good for you.
Read this article to help you learn more about what a sexual stress response is and how to get into that sexy space regardless of your sexual stress response.
Grab your “quarantini” and read on!
Top o’ the morning to ya! It is St Patty’s Day and it’s time to get it on!
Ahhhh St. Patrick’s Day! A day where leprechauns, shamrock, and green beer abounds!
As the world around you goes green, now is the time to get pinched (if you’re into that lol).
This year, you don’t have to go out to a bar, drink yourself silly, and go home and drunk masturbate (although that can be fun, too).
Here are some better ways you can get lucky on St Patty’s Day.
When you are in a new relationship, there are so many questions. Of course you want to get to know everything about your new mate, and you want to tell them things too. You might want to discover who they are because you are fascinated, and also because you might be sizing them up to see if they are a match to the kind of relationship you want.
Is she a Capricorn? Is he a Virgo? What’s their moon sign? These are important questions!!
Yet compatibility isn’t just information. It is a combination of chemistry, emotional connection, maturity level, timing and life circumstances.
Therefore, what to tell and what not to tell early on in a relationship can be a matter of timing, level of intimacy, and personal comfort.
This article is here to help you decide what to disclose in a new relationship and what to keep to yourself.
When I say I am a “BDSM coach,” people often respond with wide-eyed surprise. Of course the titillation is there when people hear “BDSM”, especially thanks to 50 Shades. But I think it is mainly because “BDSM” screams “kinky, unconventional naughty sex” to people.
There are many aspects of BDSM that do not include sexual contact at all. Some activities are also what I would consider “sex adjacent”. This means there is no sexual genital contact, but there might be some sexual allure/arousal occurring.
This article provides some examples of the glorious non-sexual aspects of BDSM.
When you’re in a long-term relationship it can feel like the world doesn’t exist without your partner. You are joined at the hip, walking lock-armed through life. You get so used to being with them all the time and talking to them about everything that is going on in your life.
This type of time investment is common and often desirable for many couples. But there might be times when it becomes too much. Sometimes you need to take some time for yourself and take a “day off” for yourself.
The clitoris has been the focus of sexual attention for years. But only relatively recently did scientists discover the actual size of the clit (many times larger than originally thought). It is one of the most sensitive body parts, having around 8,000 nerve endings (twice as much as a penis) and affecting another 15,000 in the pelvic region! All the more reason to touch it!
Valentine’s Day. Love it or hate it, here it comes!
If you are single (as I have been most of my life), you might fall on the “hating it” side. You might see constant reminders everywhere of the “couplehood” you are not currently in. Or, if you just got out of a relationship, the holiday flurry of flower sales, chocolates wrapped in red cellophane, and hearts everywhere, might just put you in the worst mood ever. (Last year, I broke up with someone on Valentine’s Day – not recommended.)
I am here to tell you that you can have a fabulous Valentine’s Day without any romantic partner in sight. How? Let me show you the way.
Back when we had another sequel to the 50 Shades trilogy to look forward to, some of us could at least fantasize about doing some of the steamy things dominant Christian and submissive Anastasia were doing.
This year, if you want to spice up your sex life on Valentine’s day with some BDSM, you’re going to have to DIY without the box office fantasy. This is a good thing, as the movies were problematic anyway as far as proper and ethical BDSM behavior is concerned.
Lucky for you, this article is comin’ in hot! And just in time for the big V day. If you haven’t yet planned and executed a BDSM “scene,” Valentine’s day is the perfect time to do it!
So, let’s get you strapped in, tied down, and focused on the following steps and tips to set up a hot and fun BDSM scene for your Valentine this year.
Imagine you are getting it on, doing the deed, having some hot, steamy sex with your partner. And…something awkward happens.
Been there, done that? Yes, we all have. We have all had those moments we have had to text our bestie, “Omg, you will NOT believe what just happened!” Continue Reading