I would imagine that everyone has a fantasy or too they wish to explore. This could be with their partner, the person they fancy or even a celebrity. The question is, therefore, is it better to keep the fantasy or to actually try to fulfill it? Is the fantasy as good as the reality, is it better to dream or experience? The chance to experience your fantasy with a celebrity is perhaps remote but with anyone else could happen.
Recently I've been talking about and experimenting with my deepest fantasies. Fantasies that I've kept secret for quite some time. I'm lucky that I have a partner who respects me enough to not judge me for anything, so I feel as though I'm able to be totally open with him. I feel comfortable enough to try new things with him.
We all have that one fantasy we wouldn't dare speak of. It's someone we dream of fucking over a desk. It's the risk of doing something in public. It's the wanting to be humiliated and degraded. It's the wanting to do something so risky, and so messed up, that it could ruin everything for us. My point is, we all have at least one fantasy in our heads that we desperately want to give a try but dare not even mention it.
In a previous posting, I explained cuckoldry/cheating and how I make it work in my relationship.
Most people would agree that cheating in any capacity is a big no-no. I’d typically agree with that statement. However, I find my relationship a special case scenario. My wonderful partner of four years is fully aware when I cheat on him. As a matter of fact, he enjoys it and even asks me to do it.
It can be rather confusing when this simple symbol is seen in many different places. The question has come to be what it means and what does it mean if a person wears it. There are many different forms of the Triskelion and they do not all mean the same thing, and the most common meaning in modern society may not be what everyone thinks it means.
The internet is for porn. Everyone says so. Even musicals featuring singing puppets have said so. That being said, the birth of the internet has made a lot of new genres of porn that wouldn't have ever really seen the light of day if we were still stuck in an un-wired world.
Women of the world, isn't it time you asked the question: why can't my man be my housewife?
When me and my boyfriend got together, he didn't tell me that he gets turned on by hurting other people. I didn't understand that side of him. I remember one time he had asked me if he could zip tie my hands and I let him. Half way into, I started to freak out because I've never been restrained like that before and begged him to cut me loose so I ran into the bathroom once he cut them off. He got so upset that he finally told me that he was a dominant. I was shocked because it was my first time being with someone like that. I was scared at first. Didn't know what to think of the situation. I had a lot of questions to ask because I was so curious about it. it. I got used to the fact that he was like that and I accepted it.
Yes ladies, the book series that a million people (mainly women) read is full of crap. 50 Shades of Grey had a few glaring flaws, the main one was that Christian is a stalker who had a temper which is not a good combination for a dom or a boyfriend. Really think about it, would you want a guy who has a temper AND had access to floggers, paddles and other impact toys? I know I wouldn't. Those toys can hurt, I know I've been hit by them. An ex had impact toys and we explored that side.
This story is a conversation between me and several members of a fetish website.