Any woman can be a Domme in a D/s relationship, and many might feel they are too shy or could never order their partner around, but there is an inner Domme inside of you.
Exhibitionism is not always seen as erotic or sexy, especially when someone suddenly flashes you in a public space without your consent. Exhibitionism has been around for decades; we all have been exposed to it at least once in our lives.
A unicorn is rare, and it usually takes a lot of searching to find one that fits in with you and your partner so that you have the threesome you have been fantasizing about together.
Dominance and submission is about the power exchange between both partners, there needs to be a partner that takes control and a partner that gives up control. It sounds easy, but it isn’t always easy, especially if you are in an online or long-distance relationship.
There are often misconceptions around pegging that will stop many couples from experimenting with pegging. Pegging not only flips the power exchange dynamic but also allows your partner to experience the pleasure you provide.
Anal can be awkward, messy, and if done wrong, painful, which usually turns people off from it immediately while others will give it another go; but many will decide it’s a hard limit and never try it again.
A BDSM dynamic or relationship protocol outlines the rules and behaviors allowed in a BDSM dynamic or relationship. Protocols will cover honorifics such as what and how you will address your Dom/me. Protocols will also entail where the submissive is allowed to sit or rooms they are allowed in, what position they should assume when their Dom/me enter a room or how they should pose. Protocols often form part of 24/7 D/s relationships.
Anal some love it, others hate it, and many have never tried it, but one thing is for sure more heterosexual couples are trying back door sex these days. While many will claim it is popular because of the taboo factor, there is more to it.
A safeword is a word agreed upon by both partners that will stop or slow down play during a scene. Typically you will choose a word that would stand out during the scene; during a play session, sometimes stop doesn’t mean stop, so it’s better to choose a safe word like pineapple or Beetlejuice, for instance.