Essentials(Kink)

what a dom wants, what a sub needs

Surely this isn’t an unfamiliar sight. A dominant stands proudly, thrilled by his submissive’s accomplishments and demeanor. S/he freely displays them for the public, basking in the glow of the accolades, “What a beautiful relationship you two have!” The masses are slutty with their praises. But somewhere in the background is a frustrated dominant (or …

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community talks: why i believe we need dungeons

Not everyone needs a dungeon. But not everyone will need a heart surgeon, either. That doesn’t negate the need to keep one around. I love house parties, too. But it’s a whole different atmosphere. They don’t replace dungeons. Perhaps part of the problem is that we don’t understand the value. A few recent events have …

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incredible subs, fantastic dom(mes)

Sometimes sitting, wishing, and waiting isn’t enough. Wishing for a perfect submissive or dominant isn’t enough.  Simply living your best life isn’t always enough.  There’s never an “enough” to guarantee finding Love, let alone Submission and someone worthy of that Submission. Or someone worthy of Ownership. …but sometimes we can help ourselves out a bit. …

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free play vs. game play: a distilled approach to kink

Kink, I think, is play. What else defines it apart from “vanilla”? After all, kink may not necessarily involve whips, chains, stilettos, or anything the 50 Shades culture associates with kink. Kink, I hope!, is not a means of feeling superior or enlightened. Nor using code words to make others feel disconnected from the conversation. …

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