Four Top Tips For Sub Drops

Sub Drop is an emotional state that a sub can experience after a BDSM¬†scene. The symptoms and intensity vary from person to person, but can include fatigue, feeling emotionally raw, and depression. Concluding a scene with aftercare and understanding how to deal with sup drop are both important parts of practicing BDSM. There’s no ‘one size fits all’ approach – some need time to reflect while others may need extra affection and attention – so talk to your partner and figure out what will help you both return to an everyday state of mental, emotional, and physical steadiness. Continue reading

A Beginner’s Guide To Wax Play

If you’re looking to take your BDSM play to the next level, wax play might be right up your street.

Wax play is a form of advanced temperature play that introduces the idea of gently burning the skin Рwhen applied carefully, your partner will be overwhelmed by waves of gratifying endorphins, experiencing a sensual high and squirming in agonising pleasure. Compared with other edge play activities, such as knife play, fire play, breath control, and mummification, wax play would appear to be quite safe. However, like all aspects of BDSM, wax play can be dangerous. Continue reading

A Beginner’s Guide To Golden Showers

To pee or not to pee? That is the question!

Golden showers are sex acts that involve urine. The technical term for a urine fetish is ‘urolagnia’, but few (if any) kinksters will refer to it by its medical name. It is more commonly called watersports, golden showers, or piss play, and has seen a surge in popularity since Donald Trump was accused of getting up to some watery shenanigans in a Moscow hotel room. Continue reading