In the beginning...
Most of make a psycho-sexual connection at some point. For many it is at a very young age…even as young as 5. We “imprint” on an image, style, object, action. I have a few of these sexual triggers. Some might call them full-blown “fetishes” at this point. I don’t know where most of them came from….like my affinity for a shiny, tight pair of thigh high...
Never pass up a genuine opportunity.– LeatherTyke
A blue world: Vanilla Privilege →
Sad but true. We obviously have a long way to go to reach a point of enlightenment amongst the masses that we are, in fact, their brothers, sisters, neighbors, co-workers and that there are MANY, MANY, more of us “kinksters” than anyone ever imagined. Then again…if we ever really reach that point of enlightenment…can we still consider it “kink”. Likely not. ...
I don’t think that marriage success is necessarily the lipmus upon which...– “Several studies comparing bisexuals with hetero- or homosexuals have indicated that bisexuals have higher rates of sexual activity, fantasy or erotic interest. Van Wyk and Geist (1984) found that male and female bisexuals had more sexual fantasy than heterosexuals. Dixon (1985) found that...
Anyone can tie someone up and beat the crap out of them. There is no artform in...– LeatherTyke
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I’m not here to tell anyone how they should live their life. I am here to say that it’s possible to live your fantasy life…as long as you adhere to a few social standards and guidelines. “Kink”, in and of itself is harmless. While there are those who would choose to vilify and place many preconceived notions upon anyone whom they feel is outside the societal...
The people we choose to play with.
BDSM has been a part of every significant relationship since high school. It’s one aspect of “me” that I’ve never been willing to compromise on. I hear so many people ask, “How do you find someone to play with?” Or, “How do you introduce your partner to the lifestyle?”. The answer is simple. Be honest! Tell them about what you want, need, and desire. Frankly, if you are in a relationship...