There is just something so taboo about masturbation.
So I wanted to write this post for those who were curious about what these people did and if they need one or both. I also wanted to write this for my mentee to teach them what I should (and could) do for them. I will be putting in what I know and what others around me know into this post. So let's get started — there's a lot to cover.
When you get into a relationship, the most important thing is sex. One should know that sex is not just physical in a relationship, it is a mental and emotional connection as well. If you are disturbed because of any issue in your family or at your workplace, you won’t be able to turn on that easily. Because your mind is somewhere else and you are in a completely different state of mind. To have a notch in your relationship, sex doesn’t require only toys and sexy clothes, it takes some extra effort from you and your partner.
So now that Christmas and the New Year celebrations have long but finished, and you’re back to the daily grind of working with nothing exciting to look forward to on the horizon. In the break you had at the end of December, you spent more time with your significant other or your friends (with benefits), but now you’re a bit more busy, you might be seeing them less often. However, that shouldn’t come as a detriment to your sex life. If anything, it’ll make those moments of intimacy all the more special for it. And also the new year (and the new decade for that matter) is a time for resolutions, so even if you haven’t made any so far, there’s still time to get one. So perhaps it might be time to think about what you could be doing better and doing differently in the bedroom department (and whatever department you decide to get intimate in). So what can you do to improve your sexual experiences?
No one comes with an instruction manual, but learning about the possible responses a woman is capable of producing is more than the average woman knows. Most woman can name and differentiate parts of their body, but physical education is inadequate in many parts of the world. Tell a woman that she can have more than one type of orgasm when she’s still figuring out how to consistently achieve one will undoubtedly get you a raised eyebrow matched with some disbelief. This post will go over some of the different types of orgasm that a woman can achieve. This knowledge is will help guide you in guiding your subject and developing these orgasms through your conditioning efforts.
From years of dancing over the globe I have come up with some key factors to take on board. I make consistently good money and believe some of these tips are the reason for that. Sit up and soak in my tips to be the richest hoe you can be (If you get offended by the word hoe, you can already fuck off, you don't deserve my tips).
There is much written about the gift of submission, and not enough written about being a Dom who is capable of putting oneself out there. Being a Dom means sharing who you are. The best and worst of you are
your gifts that you share. These gifts are how the world knows you. You give acceptance for who others are and could be. You give purpose, inspire passion, and invite others to join you with a vision of the future. You offer a safe, forgiving space that appreciates those you surround yourself with. You hold space while others share their doubts, fear, and worry so they can be encouraged to move past them. You offer peace, love, guidance, and discipline as each action helps to order the chaos surrounding us. You offer your strength, faith, trust, and courage when others fail. A Dom becomes a living expression of feedback, sanctuary, and praise. It can be the embodiment of feeling home, accepted, and needed. You become a symbol that connects the whole expression of an individual with opportunities and possibilities that come from being together.
I know what some of you are probably thinking; “What drugs is this chick on? No way audio porn is better than regular porn”.
I love sex, but I’ve always been a little shy talking about it. Even with boyfriends. I’m too shy to even ask for what I want.
Now guys, this is getting serious: the amount of men that are mimicking sex the way it's done in pornography is astounding. And I feel it's not being talked about enough. OK, there is nothing wrong with having porn sex, it's just not all that interesting for most women. For the average woman, it highly resembles (if that) the feeling of masturbating. Because that's what porn is made for - masturbation. I know that it can sometimes be fun to do it as they do it in porn, but it can become extremely repetitive regardless to say that sex is so much more than humping, fingering, gagging, licking or sucking. More than you could ever imagine. And no, I'm not talking about necessarily getting emotionally involved - although that is the way to having the time of your life - but just going with the flow, feeling what she wants, asking for what you want, relaxing, making time and space for experiments, for exploration, knowing how and what and where. Whether it be soft or hard, slow or fast, sex is meant to be fulfilling, not just a means of relief. Don't most men want to be just a little bit happier in general when they leave their lover's side? Wouldn't most men want to be their best at satisfying a woman? And no, I'm not talking to you, you egocentric narcissist, who's only goal is to 'cum and go'.
Chances are, if you are reading along, you are curious or just beginning your journey into BDSM and the kinky lifestyle. Even better chance if you are reading, is that you have strongly identified with either a submissive/bottom/switch play style and need to find a good top/Dom/daddy/mommy. Where do you even start?? More experienced players can tell you, the scene is littered in human garbage, claiming to be tops while preying on unsuspecting bottoms without the experience needed to tell them to fuck off. In an attempt to spare you abuse, heartache, and a lot of dangerous scenarios, I have constructed a general guide to dominant choosing, to better equip my precious baby bottoms with the tools needed to have fulfilling BDSM experiences.
Listen, gentlemen, it's called a 'Gentlemen's Club', which means that one must behave as such. Though it is part of the entertainer's job to create a sexy and fun experience for the patrons that walk through the door that does not then mean that regular polite behaviors are negated. Sometimes it's because it's fun to play king for a night or sometimes it's inexperience but the behavior sometimes goes really badly really quickly. Here is what not to do at the strip club, guys: