For all the BDSM lovers out there, this ongoing quarantine may have put a wrench in your dynamic. On top of ordering face masks and keeping our hands clean, you might not have the ability to meet up as frequently as you’d like. Luckily, you don’t have to be in the same room to keep up with your Dom/sub lifestyle. You can keep your power dynamic at the tip of your fingers, through text.
Texting can be a great way to Dom someone. For one thing, your commands are right there in black and white – less room for misinterpretation.
Here are some ways you can Dom someone via text. As always, consent is key for any and all BDSM activity, including communicating via text.
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.
Given the current global health situation, if you’ve got a partner at home, chances are you’ve got tons of time on your hands to have sex. Oral and intercourse are awesome, but we can forget that there’s fun to be had with just a hand job.
Hand jobs are great for many reasons. They’re an erotic way to feel in control as you make your lover orgasm. They’re fun and easy to do in different locations, and they also have a sexy nostalgia to them.
Now let’s kick it old school and get down with some handsy basics.
Attraction is chemistry meeting biology. When one sees someone they’re attracted to, their eyes dilate, a rush of neurotransmitters flood the brain. It’s carnal. Mouths water, skin gets goosebumps, and hairs stand on end.
Sometimes sex can feel like a spiritual experience, like two souls emotionally and physically intertwining. In the media it’s portrayed as the culmination of tension between two people – the ultimate expression of connection.
But sex doesn’t always have to be so serious. And sometimes there’s too much pressure on making sex more ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ rather than ‘Fifty Shades of Play.’ If you feel like the heat is beginning to cool, here are some ways to bring fun back into the bedroom.
If sex isn’t on your romantic to-do list for V-day, it may be time to rewrite the list.
In my opinion, this day of love is a great opportunity to spend as much time in the bedroom exploring your partner’s body in the most romantic – or not so romantic (if that’s what you’re into) ways.
Curiosity may have killed the cat, but for humans it’s second nature—especially when it comes to the body. Which is why it’s no surprise that we get a rush from catching someone in an intimate act.
In fact, it’s one of the most common fetishes around. It’s called voyeurism.
Although, as is typically the case, that word can entail many different things. So let’s dive into the real-deal meaning of this particularly sexy scenario.
Cosplay (short for “costume play”) isn’t my usual jam, but I recently attended the comic festival Dragoncon in Atlanta. And it was so fun! I dressed up, had a great time, and met really nice, fun, creative people.
Dressing in a costume and seeing other adults in fictional character costumes was a treat. I loved it because I am a big proponent of play in general and of bringing more play in the bedroom.
I heard that you’re a little bit curious about getting hurt, or perhaps hurting your partner? Consensually, of course. Well, you’ve come to the right place.
Today I’ll be teaching you some fun and painful sadomasochism games to explore with a willing lover. Whether you’re a pain Top or bottom, this blogs for you. If you have a partner who’s vanilla (non-kinky), read through this blog first. Continue Reading
On today’s show, Emily is joined by sexy couple & hosts of the Skinny Confidential Podcast, Lauryn Evarts & Michael Bosstick to chat about sexual wellness, lube, role play and so much more.
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Sex and play are a natural combination. The more playfulness you can bring to the sex you are having, the better. Not only because it makes sex better, but also because studies show that play enhances overall emotional well-being.
As the sex therapist and bestselling author, Dr. Mike Dow said, “Sex is the way that adults play.”
So let’s get playing…