A long time ago, I tried to define vanilla sex, but I could never quite get it right.
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Today, I got a message from some dude on some hookup app asking me for some dick. He said he was “tryna see how dominate you really are.” I scoffed.
I miss my sub. Yes, I'm aware he's been gone for less than 90 minutes, but goddammit he is mine and I want him here.
My partner and submissive currently is standing in a corner, facing the wall. He’s been bad, if you couldn’t guess. I got home about four hours ago and his behavior led to a fight that lasted three hours. His crime: being a little shit. I didn’t know it at first, but the fight wasn’t between him and me. The conflict, in fact, was between our inner drives for control.
Unfortunately, walking slaves, subs and human pups around in their proper uniform isn’t really going to sit well with people in most social situations. These tips will help you maintain your control and display your ownership incognito. You might be surprised by how much kinky sex shit you can get away with in public if you get creative.
Having recently entered into a full-time D/s relationship, I've been having to navigate the frigid and rocky waters of BDSM negotiation. From all my struggles, though, I've learned a few things. A few of which I’ve gathered here to assist fellow newbie kinksters.
In this group of advanced and expert nipple play techniques, we get into the sensations caused by temperature, pain and suspense. It’s the kinkier side of nipples.
I sat down with poly expert and host of the Poly Weekly podcast, Cunning Minx. We had a great time and she gave plenty of great advice for making the best of your poly relationship.