The 7 Health Benefits That BDSM Can Give You

We already know that sex has many health benefits – it reduces pain, it gives your heart a boost and makes you feel happier – so there’s plenty of reasons to get it on regularly. But did you know that there’s a whole world of additional health benefits associated with BDSM?

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A Beginner’s Guide to Scat Play For Fetish Newbies

Scat play refers to the practice of excreting and/or eating faeces; giving a whole new meaning to the term ‘sexual appetite’. Some take pleasure in its smell, its taste, its sight, or how it feels, while others get turned by its taboo status.

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How To Strengthen Your Pelvic Floor

It can be embarrassing to discuss this issue, but it’s a big problem and many women can attest to having a weak pelvic floor, especially after going through childbirth. This sexual health issue can lead to insecurity, emotional distress, a drastic reduction in confidence, and a lack of sex drive. And when it comes to pleasing your partner in the bedroom – while this stuff shouldn’t matter – the issue can make you feel like you’re not performing under the sheets.

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Five Tips For Sensational Spanking

Spanking: childhood punishment, or naughty sexual kink?

The answer is obviously both — but today, we’ll be discussing the latter. It’s easy to see why spanking has become such a hit. Erotic spanking can take you on a journey of sensations from warm and gentle, to thrilling spikes of pleasure and orgasmic release. It can seem a little daunting at first, but with the right technique and practice, it can create the sexual intensity that you and your partner crave. So, what are you waiting for?!

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A Beginner’s Guide to Daddy Dom

Daddy Dom in its core is a kinky age-play or role-play and is a close cousin to BDSM. Before we go any further, let’s just make one thing clear. Daddy Dom is not because you want to have sex with your father. It is a dominant relationship, but not in the traditional sense that we know it as.

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