A Beginner’s Guide To Safe BDSM

So, you’ve decided to come over to the dark side, but you’re not quite sure how to practice safe sadism?

Before the bondage begins, there are some important decisions that need to be made. Planning and communication are key: without it you could easily cross the line between consensual and non-consensual, potentially acting out a harmful or dangerous scene and breaking the trust between you and your partner. You should always make sure that you are both on the same page and feel comfortable with what’s about to place. Continue reading

A Beginner’s Guide to Pheromone Products

Pheromones are hormones that subconsciously activate emotional responses within the brain and can play a huge role in sexual attraction. In fact, many scientific studies have concluded that those who produce higher than average amounts of pheromones are found to be the most attractive and have greater success in the bedroom. Continue reading

A Beginner’s Guide To Nose Fetishes

A lot of fetishes have been glorified by porn and BDSM books, yet nose fetishes, also known as nasophilia, remain relatively taboo. A fetish can include the sexual attraction to a physical aspect or form of the nose (shape and size), or a specific area (the bridge or nostrils). It can also be the desire for contact and interaction, such as stroking or erotic sucking, or specific fantasies such as the desire to penetrate the nostrils. Continue reading

A Beginner’s Guide To Nipple Play

Nipples are often an overlooked source of pleasure that, when done correctly, can lead to sensational orgasms. They are two of the most sensitive and reactive parts of your body and it’s well worth giving them some special attention during foreplay and sex. Research shows that nipple stimulation is processed in the same region of the brain as when stimulating the vagina and clitoris – making it part of the holy trinity of female pleasure. Although nipple orgasms are shorter than genital orgasm, they offer greater intensity and supreme sexual sensations. Continue reading