Playing with rope is one of the first things that I was exposed to when I discovered kink. To me it was safe and tame and something that didn’t scream kinky freak to me. Besides that I didn’t know what I was doing, the person that I chose to introduce me to a bit of rope did and it was a fantastic first experience all around.Read The Article | Find Similar
When you enter the local BDSM community one of the events you may be exposed to is a play party. A play party is an essentially a party where BDSM play can occur. Groups hold parties as a way to learn and educate on safe play methods, chat about topics and generally hang around.Learning about play parties may be intimidating at first but they don’t have to be.Read The Series | Find Similar
I know the difference between good pain and bad pain, so is there a way we can restart our B-D relationship or would it be unwise to do so?Read The Article | Find Similar
I sat down to record a podcast with the crew at KinkyCast.com and today it's live! I talked with Gabrielle, Woody and the Beast about how to process pain during play, why it's important to understand and how to positively process pain to make your play last longer, be more fulfilling and perhaps even reach subspace!Read The Article | Find Similar
Being that I’m a masochist, I love pain. I’ve never really thought about it or analyzed what that means really, but reading other people’s blogs has always helped me see that saying I’m masochist is just another huge personal term in BDSM as a whole. So, to think it though, this is what being a masochist means to me. I eroticize pain.Read The Article | Find Similar
If every play session ends before you want it to, or you feel like you whimp out- you too can benefit from learning healthier more successful pain processing techniques!
Processing Pain in Play is a downloadable e-book that will give you the secrets to better pain processing for longer more exciting play sessions and meaningful, rewarding SM exchanges.Get The Book | Find Similar