Going Solo: Getting Started with Anal Masturbation

When you’ve tried bondage, mummification and edging, what’s left to do in bed? How about a little anal play? Anal masturbation is a difficult thing to ease into for many people, but it is a popular BDSM activity that can be pleasurable for either sex.

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Why Bondage Furniture Will Change Your Sex Life

Bondage furniture has been getting a lot of press lately and has been touted as the best way to enhance one’s sex life. What is the buzz all about?

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A Beginners Guide To Using Nipple Clamps

Nipples are often an overlooked source of pleasure for men and women alike that, when done correctly, can lead to sensational orgasms. Increasing sensitivity and delivering an intense natural high, there’s nothing quite like the sensations experienced with nipple clamps during nipple play.

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5 Reasons You Should Try Spreader Bars

Think the only spread you’re likely to enjoy is that which comes with toast? Think again! A BDSM spreader bar is a rod that spreads legs or arms and keeps them firmly apart.

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Establishing and Communicating Limits

Discovering what your BDSM limits are is an important part of being the kink scene.

“Limits” refers to an acceptable range of play for an individual and is something that should be discussed when negotiating a scene. It ensures that all the rights, needs, and requirements are clearly understood. Some decide to write down their limits in the shape of a contract, which assures that both partners fully understand the limitations and acceptable forms of play. Others prefer to simply discuss and plan the scene in detail beforehand. Before entering into any relationship, it is important to clearly communicate and listen to each other carefully.

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Sub Drop – a Guide

Sub Drop can come in many different forms. Sub Drop is an emotional or physical state that a sub can experience after a BDSM scene. The symptoms and intensity vary from person to person, but can include fatigue, feeling emotionally raw, aches and pains, and depression. Of course, you don’t have to be hog-tied and whipped to feel sad after sex. One 2015 study found that nearly 46% of the 230 women surveyed felt feelings of tearfulness and anxiety after sex — which is known as “postcoital dysphoria” — at least once in their lives.

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