Folks in poly relationships have to contend with a lot of misconceptions. This week on #Fetchat we’re chatting with author C Pells to shed some light on polyamory and spread the love.
Every year sad straight, white men and evangelicals moan about Pride Month. I refuse to allow those troglodytes to dampen my spirit because I’ve got news!
I’ve been on a bit of a self-imposed hiatus. Now I’m back and I want to talk about #Fetchat, the weekly Twitter chat that I co-host, and this week’s topic: fear play in kink..
If you read my post on April 29th (Anger Gets a Bad Wrap), then you know that a rather large and unpleasant bag of ick got thrown into my lap recently. I’ve emerged from that crucible and I’m claiming some power by making a decision about my body, for me.
The past 24-hours have been tough. “Cry when you need to and don’t eat anything you don’t mind revisiting later,” tough. I want to share my thoughts about how anger gets a bad rap because it’s a taboo emotion. We’re supposed to fear it and bury it. Well, screw that.
A musing on creating a kink positive space within my own mind where fantasy and sexual exploration meet and a brief peek at 14th-century porn.
I am pretty jazzed that my participation in Tabitha Rayne’s #30DayOrgasmFun Masturbation for Mental Health Boost has been on point.
There’s a lot going on in the world and in my life. It’s hard finding time for self-care and reflection. There is hope on the horizon, though, in the form of an orgasm-a-day.
Eureka! It’s Pi Day. I’m honoring the mathematical constant with a smutty short fic.
imagine that orgasms are like snowflakes, no two people and no two experiences are exactly the same. Our bodies come in different sizes and shapes, and so does our pleasure. So, when I first read that the Ina Wave by Lelo was designed to produce a paradigm-shifting “blended” orgasm, I was intrigued.