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.
Safewords are an important aspect of kink because they help establish consent and signal when someone needs to stop a scene. Read about how to properly use verbal safewords and other forms of consent signaling.
Behavior modification is my absolute biggest kink, but it’s one that most people don’t know much about or think of as an independent kink. It combines my love for submission, my studies in the field of psychology, and the on-going process of making myself a better human being.
Sensory deprivation is a kink involving a restriction of the senses. By depriving a submissive of their basic senses, sexual stimulation may feel much more intense to them. This can be done by depriving the submissive of any number of senses, and any combination of them.
Aftercare is a really important aspect to BDSM that most people consider a requirement after scenes. Read about what aftercare is and how to use it efficiently.