You've seen it done, but how do you do it safely? Helen shares all she knows on this much-loved topic.
As we wrap up the impact play part of our "What's Your Kink?" series, there was no way that I could move on without paying due credence to the humble flogger. Darlings, if there is one thing that I absolutely adore in the BDSM community, then flogging is it. In fact, with both of the … Continue reading What’s Your Kink?: Flogging
This post was inspired by Minnie's post, Ode To A Belt. Disclaimer: It is often in the "vanilla" world that acts like belting are seen as potential acts of domestic violence. Please, please remember that no matter how rough a BDSM scene may appear, all scenes are performed by two people who know what is … Continue reading What’s Your Kink? Belting
What is spanking? By now, most people know what spanking is, but spanking falls as one activity under the umbrella term, impact play. Spanking can also take many forms, including clothed or unclothed, bent over or over-the-knee, and with a hand or with implements, like spanking paddles. Why might someone be into spanking? Spankers (people … Continue reading What’s Your Kink? Spanking
What is sensation play? Sensation play is exactly what it sounds like, it is the giving of sensations. Really, all sadists and masochists are into sensation play, but when we think of sadists and masochists, we only think that they like to give or receive pain. This is false. Sadists enjoy inflicting and masochists enjoy … Continue reading What’s Your Kink? Sensation Play
What is sensory deprivation? Sensory deprivation is exactly what it sounds like on the packaging, it's the depriving of one (or more) of the senses. For most people on the lighter end of the scale, this might simply be a blindfold. On the heavier end of the scale though, this could include full head hoods … Continue reading What’s Your Kink? Sensory Deprivation
A disabled kinkster talks about bondage, with some advice for other kinky folks with limitations.