A “munch” is a gathering of kinky people in a low-key, vanilla setting. They’re perfect for folks who want to meet kinky friends without the pressures of a play party. Learn all about what to expect at your first munch in this Q&A guide.
A lot of people are familiar with veganism when it comes to food, but not many people consider it as an option when it comes to their sex life. Salem and I discuss why people go vegan in the bedroom and tell you about our favorite vegan retailers.
Body-writing is a largely versatile kink that anyone from beginners to those with years of experience can enjoy. It’s a simple activity for many kinksters and can often incorporate other kinks, as well. A little creativity and a writing tool is all you need to kick off an enjoyable evening.
Before beginning wax play, be sure all parties agree on a safeword. Most candles burn from 120-140 degrees Fahrenheit. Keeping the candle at a distance from …
Sub drop is a natural part of BDSM for some people, but it can be difficult to navigate. Learn to better understand what’s going on in you or your partner’s body and how to combat the negative side effects of kink.
Sex toys are a major aspect of many people’s sexuality, either on their own or with partners. Whether it’s a large collection of everything from …
BDSM can turn out to be one expensive hobby/lifestyle. With the cost of toys, lingerie, gear, and furniture, the cost really adds up and can …
Interested in some new toys but don’t know where to find them? Take a look at our recommendations for all types of general sex toys, as well as kink toys and fetish clothing!
Subspace (noun): An altered, euphoric state of mind that some submissives/bottoms experience in intense scenes.
Long-distance relationships aren’t always easy. Read about keeping a strong connection even when you’re not with each other, how to set up a special date night, and what to send your loved one in a care package made just for them!
Did you know it’s extremely common for survivors of assault to have rape fantasies? Read about how some survivors use “rape play” as a means to cope with sexual trauma.