Lets go back to the dungeon and dig deeper into the kinks that are nearest and dearest to me. The D in BDSM should be self explanatory. Or is it? Contrary to popular belief, “dominant” is not just something to click on your FetLife profile in hopes of getting laid.
We’ve already discussed kink in broader terms, so let’s take a closer look at specific kinks. I started this in my last instalment with a look at consensual non-consent. I am covering the kinks we know and love first, then maybe digging into others I’m not so into, like “littles”
“Tact in audacity consists in knowing how far we may go too far.” – Jean Cocteau In the past, I have taken you on explorations of some of my favorite things, with articles on drugs, the occult and mental health. While I have written about kink, it is time to
Twice in one week, people asked me for advice because they were dating someone who may or may not have been in the lifestyle, but at least into kink. Thus inspiring this musing. I can only give the perspective of someone who is in the lifestyle and has dated people
After dropping in on the Southeast Leatherfest, I found myself pondering the future of BDSM. It’s not going anywhere. It taps into something deeper in the human psyche, so that will certainly always exist in my lifetime, no matter who the powers that be are. These thoughts went more towards
We will skip the first 120 Days in Sodom, and focus on 121st, which found me back at Frolicon – the south east’s largest kink convention. My first 120 were spent getting my toes back into the kink community after my divorce, so Frolicon was full submersion. The landscape of