Mentoring, self-help and submissive exploration

Kallista is an English teacher and author; she and her Dom dated for a year before they made the choice to begin actively exploring the D/s aspects that had begun to take shape in their relationship.

3 responses to “When Kinky isn’t Sexy”

  1. Michael (Poland)

    All in all a lot of things in BDSM does not have to lead to sex. However, in relationships or similar relationship is quite natural complement. Although sometimes actually worth introducing to the little restraint

  2. jammyd

    i like this articule. i am new in the scene and have some kinks i want to try and in so doing i know that i won’t necessarily enjoy any pleasure from. it is great to read others have the same experience and is encouraging especially since kinbaku is on my list to try. i want to play safe so it is good to read that this is part of my training and the pleasure can come later if it works.

    thanks for this

  3. Keith Smith

    Hi there. I am very familair with kink and sex being separate. The BDSM Support Group that I am part of has Play Parties every four to six weeks. The venue is a bar where for hygiene reasons no sex or body fluids are permitted. You may well wonder what happens at these parties then. It is a great time to investigate kinky activity. There is socialising and play. One can experience Impact Play, Bondage, Wax and Electricty Play for example. One can watch, people always do. This arrangement suits me very well. I have sex elsewhere.

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