Kitty Stryker has already talked extensively about how not to talk to your partner about kink. But how about some positive suggestions? This long clip tells you many ways to express your fantasies and curiosity to your partner, both in theoretical and concrete terms. Between the two clips your communication skills for kink can really [...]
Mollena William talks about how setting up an online persona can help you overcome your shyness towards the kink community. You have control of your persona as well as how much you interact with the people online, and that can be an effective way to deal with social anxiety. She also recommends having a buddy [...]
It’s not unheard of to check on the references of a dominant under consideration – in fact, Mollena argues, it’s a pretty good idea. She talks about what kinds of questions to ask, both of the dominant and of the people that they recommend. Failing that, there’s always the old fashioned idea of “dating” – [...]
One of the many forms of communication Kitty Stryker teaches is the way to broach the subject of kink with your partner. In this clip she talks about some of the mistakes and missteps people make when they first start to bring up the subject of their less-traditional fantasies. Avoid them, and you can be [...]
Penny Barber introduces lactation play during this eight-minute video. She notes the various motivations for breast milk play, observes the consistency and taste of breast milk, highlights important safety concerns for such play, and then describes ways to induce lactation. Penny continues her series on breast milk play in some upcoming clips.
Shay and Stefanos model an appropriate way to meet people at events, parties, and munches with a kink theme. They explain clearly how not to overstep boundaries while still letting the other person know whether or not you’re interested in play. Stefanos also talks about the useful skill of “peacocking” to help you meet people.
Shyness is not only a factor of being around strange people – letting people you know that you’re kinky can be incredibly scary. Mollena talks about different strategies for letting those close to you know about your authentic desires without risking blowback. She also talks about how important it can be to make sure you [...]
Still not sure if you want to be part of the public kink community? Lee Harrington and Mollena Williams, authors of “Playing Well with Others”, have a bunch of reasons why you should. From voyeurism to education to lifelong relationships, the kink community can enrich your own personal kink experience in more ways than you [...]
Being healthy at kink conventions means more than just safe, sane, and consensual. The intimate contact can make you more vulnerable to colds and flu-like illnesses, and Lee has some specific ideas for maintaining your health at a con. He and Mollena also talk about “con-drop”, the depression that can hit after a particularly good [...]
Panther ProwLs explains effective ways to clean and handle your canes during this three-minute video. He describes cleaning methods – and notes explicitly how to clean based on the type of cane (natural or synthetic material). Panther also offers a terrific tip when it comes to breaking your bottom’s skin with a natural fiber cane.
As the discussion about the theory of rope bondage scenes continues, Gray and JP begin to talk about creative constraints. What happens if the top only gets three pieces of rope? What if there’s no rope at all? What kind of energetic connection comes out of you when your “topping talismans” are taken away?
Dr. Richard Sprott from CARAS begins a reflection on healthy and unhealthy sexual attitudes and behaviors during this four-minute video. He first shares various workable definitions of psychological well-being and then uses them to help start the examination of sexual attitudes and behaviors. Dr. Sprott shares more in his next video on sexual health.