Have you ever wanted to spice things up? Lots of people will say that kink and BDSM may be your answer. But how do you know if you’ll like it? How do you know if you are into anything kinky? There is definitely a right and a wrong way to get into BDSM. Some people end up having bad experiences because of entering into it the wrong way. Like so many other things in our world, a lack of knowledge on the subject can really burn you. Taking some time to learn a bit more is going to help steer you in the right direction! So what kinds of things should you know?
So these are more of the stories from my search for a sub. I forgot some stuff and there is more stupid in the world of BDSM. If you have not yet read part one please do so now.
There is a delicious new trend going around lately, OnlyFans. Given our circumstances of being in a lockdown, people need to make money. I have an expensive lifestyle that I need to fund and so this seemed like the eaisest, fool-proof way to do it.
We all love sex and having a healthy sex life provides so many benefits. Sex is a great way to unwind, to bond with our partner, to exercise, and most importantly, to have a lot of fun! But as we get older, as our lives, jobs, parenting responsibilities get busier, it can be difficult to have as much quality sex as we used to. To help all the people out there who have lost their mojo, this article is a guide on how to maintain a satisfying sex life.
So this is one topic everyone in BDSM needs to know about. We will get into everything you need to know.
This is a slightly more involved question then it used to be a few years ago. Its not just videos in plain packaging and top shelf magazines. You can access pretty much anything you like via your phone or computer, legal or otherwise. The choice is massive and basically for free unless you want to pay for "premium content".
In honour of the month of love I think it’s only befitting I write about love but since I’m a little tired of the subject on relationships let’s focus on the aspect of making love. Sex is my favourite topic to talk about. I can make any normal conversation dirty. That's how you learn about sex and people. I find it educational. I have no shame when it comes to this topic and will discuss anything, anywhere and I don’t care who is listening. People might find me inappropriate at times discussing it so openly, anywhere and with anyone around, such as on the bus with an old lady sitting close by or in the office with the mangers not too far away, but I find it bizarre we don’t talk more openly and freely about the one thing that is constantly on our minds.
Men. Society views you as always ready for sex. There are books about it, tv-series that showcase it – and let’s not get started on how pornographic films portray your libido (and erectile capacity!). If I could only tell people one thing about sexual desire in men and people with penises, it would likely be this: it isn’t a constant. And there are a lot of reasons why sexual desire changes.
Dirty talk has always made me feel awkwardly shy, which is totally out of character for me to be shy about anything. Awkward, on the other hand, well let’s just say I don’t need to flirt, I seduce with my awkwardness. But back to my point, I believe the main reason dirty talk is foreign to me is because I don’t curse in my day-to-day speech.