Archives for October 2016

This week in kink, October 31st, 2016

DomCon New Orleans is coming up in just a few short weeks! This sister event to DomCon Los Angeles is sure to be just as spectacular as its predecessors with classes, vendors, and play parties. Tickets are still available for the educational and entertaining event. This incredible article from Cosmopolitan is how one woman believes BDSM helped her through a difficult … [Read more...]

Fear of Public Play

One tradition that has endured in our “post Fifty Shades” world is that of public play. Here a D/s couple performs a scene in front of strangers, usually at a dungeon play party. The most notable aspect of this tradition is that the submissive is usually naked – or as close to naked as the law allows. And being naked in front of strangers – and being flogged or caned or bound … [Read more...]

Erotica: The Secretary

I am a man of Order. I like things to be where they belong and for them to stay where they belong. Anything different will not be tolerated. This one simple rule is the staple foundation of my company. Everyone is assign to a job, everyone attends to their job, and everyone does their job with vigilance. Like a series of cogs and wheels, everything must mesh together to work … [Read more...]

This week in kink, October 23rd, 2016

Worldwide: Thrillist author Charyn Pheuffer released this interesting theory that Fifty Shades did not create a BDSM revolution. I tend to disagree. She brings up the point that most people already knew about BDSM before the books and films, however I personally think it has 100% opened up the door for a conversation on it. What do you think? Japan: Here's a fun read on … [Read more...]

Review: I Escaped Hell in the Armory

I’m afraid of the dark. Like, “won’t walk down the hallway in my own house without flipping on a light switch first” kind of afraid. The complications this brings about when it comes to hoods and blindfolds and other kinky crap is a story for another day! I also hate clowns – which makes this time of year particularly unnerving, especially when friends continuously send … [Read more...]