The Paddler’s Pleasure

 Posted by on October 9, 2012
Oct 092012
 
The Paddler's Pleasure

Many times when discussing toys, the conversation revolves around the experience of the one receiving instead of the one giving the punishment. I would like to share my experiences in searching for the right toy. When shopping for a paddle to use on my partner, I explored many materials; rubber, leather, acrylic, and wood. I […]

BDSM Explained: Let’s Role. (Roles)

 Posted by on August 7, 2011
Aug 072011
 

By Sea

This article is second of a three-series article that explains what BDSM is, and why people enjoy it. It would be helpful to those with or without an interest in BDSM who wish to know more about the terms and origins of interest, and those into BDSM who are looking for ideas for how to explain it to others.

BDSM Explained: Acronyms Abound

 Posted by on July 11, 2011
Jul 112011
 

By Sea

This article is first of a three-series article that explains what BDSM is, and why people enjoy it. It would be helpful to those with or without an interest in BDSM who wish to know more about the terms and origins of interest, and those into BDSM who are looking for ideas for how to explain it to others.

Sensing More Deeply

 Posted by on April 13, 2011
Apr 132011
 

By Selina Minx

A great many things in life benefit from more sustained attention. In the realms of BDSM and magick especially, the ability to regulate one’s attention is key. And of course any activity which involves another person will benefit from more sustained focus and attention. Communication is a diverse and multi-layered endeavor between two people.

Sacrifice and Offering

 Posted by on January 23, 2011
Jan 232011
 

By Ms. Selina Minx

Sacrifice, offering and renunciation are universal spiritual concepts. They are all interconnected, the basic effect being the transfer of energy from the supplicant to the institution, deity or top. Whether it is a tithe, giving up something for Lent, or the complete rejection of all physical comforts

Focus / Boundaries

 Posted by on December 12, 2010
Dec 122010
 

By Selina Minx

Even in the sex-positive community “boundary” remains a loaded word for many people. Most learn to define the word grudgingly after bad experiences have brought the concept to their attention in unpleasant ways. The challenge lies in the extremely subjective and personal nature of what a boundary is.