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Often enough, sex is involved in some form when you engage in BDSM play. But what if you don’t have a large repertoire? Let’s learn about the many varieties of sex and sex play from orgasms and anatomy to anal play and blow jobs. And everything else you can think of!

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What You Should Know About Safewords

BDSM play can be risky, does bring about the potential for uncomfortable situations, raises physical limitations or triggers mental or emotional walls to come crashing down. In any of these instances, it would be very helpful to have a way to alert the dominant. Safewords are a verbal security blanket.

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What to Expect When Attending a Munch

Why should you attend a munch? This is often the first step in exploring the BDSM lifestyle in real life, rather than online. You can meet people, make contacts, ask questions, and just enjoy your time out without worrying about keeping your secret desires secret any longer. This is most often the place where cross dressers can ‘come out’, so to speak, and appear in make up and outfits that reflect their lifestyle, without negative comments.

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Everything You Need to Know About Being Kinky

There's nothing wrong with liking a little variation in your sex life. Embrace your brand of kinky.

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How Do You Live the Dream: 24/7 D/s Relationships

How do you maintain a 24/7 D/s relationship and still live in the real world? This is my new challenge as my Master moved in with me late this summer.

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How to Initiate Play and Sex While Remaining Submissive

I’m not sure how to show him that I want to be everything he wants me to be. How do I as a sub, instigate, without begging?

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How to Ask for More BDSM Playtime

Once you open up to allowing yourself to ask for what you want you will find so many more doors open for you.

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But I Don't Like Pain! Learning to See the Eroticism in Pain as Pleasure

I can show you that pain is indeed something erotic when used correctly and in the right situations. Pain doesn't have to be painful, and other stimuli can be pleasurable and can either mask pain or enhance it.

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New to BDSM and Sexual Experience

Can a virgin with no sexual experience be a sub?

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New to D/s Relationships? Here's Your Foolproof Guide to Starting Out - Part 1

What makes a D/s relationship so different from mainstream relationships? Learn the key differences, how you can apply what you learn to your own relationships and watch it develop into your most fulfilling relationship possible.

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