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Kink Stereotypes: Do You Fit or Defy?

Hello, Horny Readers!  I was thinking today about stereotypes, specifically kink stereotypes:  qualities or behaviors often associated with a certain demographic with regard to kinky sex, or about a person with a certain kink.  As with any other form of stereotype, kink stereotypes can be based in “truth”, but W/e should always be sure . . . → Read More: Kink Stereotypes: Do You Fit or Defy?

Submissive Males in Hiding: What’s Stopping You?

Hello, Horny Readers!  Did you know I can see how many visits I get on this blog?  If you know anything about blogging, I guess that’s no surprise to you (don’t worry–I can’t tell anything else other than the number of unique visits I’ve gotten).  I’ve been so gratified to know that out there . . . → Read More: Submissive Males in Hiding: What’s Stopping You?

A Mistress Should Want More From You Than Your Wallet.

I try not to judge the kinks of others; Someone, somewhere likely thinks the things that turn Me on are disordered or unhealthy, and that could be said for just about anyone.  But, in keeping with the recent trend of things I’m exposed to on social media causing Me to think about issues I’d . . . → Read More: A Mistress Should Want More From You Than Your Wallet.

Is The Desire For Extended Chastity Pathological? (Part 4–Psychological Harm)

“Heavy Metal music made my son commit suicide!”

I don’t remember what music group or unfortunate incident precipitated that sentence becoming part of the cultural lexicon, but it popped into my head when I was giving some thought to how I might begin to deconstruct the idea that extended chastity could be psychologically harmful. . . . → Read More: Is The Desire For Extended Chastity Pathological? (Part 4–Psychological Harm)

Is The Desire For Extended Chastity Pathological? (Part 2–A Point About Bias)

Hello, Horny Readers!

It seems to me that the proper protocol for discussing, and, hopefully, refuting the idea that the desire for and practice of long-term orgasm denial is both pathological and devoid of erotic content is to first make a point about bias, then to isolate some pertinent terms, and express why these terms do . . . → Read More: Is The Desire For Extended Chastity Pathological? (Part 2–A Point About Bias)