Halloween is the perfect time for erotic roleplay. Costumes, wigs, and props are at our fingertips and creative playfulness is in the air. If pet play kink has you curious as a cat, Evie Lupine has you covered.
Lifestyler and Pro-Dominant, Miss Maya Sinstress, tells us about her love of cuckolding, the unexpected way she got into the fetish, complimentary kinks, consent & communication, plus she gives advice for cuck-curious kinksters looking to bring their fantasies to life.
In BDSM October is known as Locktober – a month of orgasmic restraint traditionally geared toward chastity subs and keyholders. It’s the perfect time to explore other orgasm control games too. These techniques can be long or short-term and enjoyed by anyone regardless of body type, budget, or partner status.
CNC isn’t necessarily forced sex role play – in fact, most of the time it isn’t. Consensual non-consent is any type of BDSM power play in which ignoring someone’s “no” is part of the consensually negotiated dynamic or scene. If CNC piques your interest but aggressive sexual domination isn’t your cup of tea, consider these scenarios instead.
Foreplay isn’t just for vanilla sex, it plays an important role in BDSM too. Kink seduction sets the stage for the intense physical and mental experiences to come. You can even start planting these seeds days before your scene. If you’re looking to level up your domming skills, these tips for seducing your sub will help.
What are the rules for D/s relationships? Many have strong views on how power exchange should be done–but those are opinions & preferences, not a one-size-fits-all formula. Evie Lupine tells us the top 5 BDSM power exchange misconceptions that keep us from exploring kink the way we truly desire.
Mollena Williams-Haas learned an important lesson early in her BDSM journey:
being a sub does not mean giving up autonomy.
We’ve become more mindful during the pandemic & we’re cultivating self-awareness. Why not use kink play to challenge long-held limiting beliefs?