Thanks, but no thanks!

 Posted by on May 19, 2011
May 192011

By Sarah Sloane

Dear Sarah,

My problem isn’t so much about getting into a relationship, it’s about staying away from one! I am somewhat experienced in the BDSM scene, but I realized I’m having trouble saying no to people for play and sex…


 Posted by on May 12, 2011
May 122011

By Graydancer

I confess, I’m a “self-improvement” junkie. I love reading books on lifehacking, on how to get shit done, how to change your four-hour work habits for highly-effective Secrets of the 50 Cent Solution. At the same time, I tend to see the world through kink-colored glasses

Apr 122011

By Indigo

Recently, my partner V and I have been celebrating our poly firsts. I had my first play date without her at Dark Odyssey Winter Fire and V has been traveling for the first time on her own which we have been calling “independent girl time.” We are both beginning to attend new events and parties that help us further explore various sexual practices and having sex with amazing hot individuals. Every day, we pat ourselves on the back for all the hard work we’ve done to get to this place in our poly relationship.

Polyamory and Play Events

 Posted by on March 12, 2011
Mar 122011

By Indigo

I have always thought that polyamory had the ability to challenge and strengthen the muscles of communication in a relationship. Nothing challenges a poly relationship more than a play event.

This past weekend V and I attended Dark Odyssey: Winter Fire (DOWF), a hotel event with sex ed workshops, parties and open play spaces.

Screening Your Play Partners

 Posted by on June 2, 2010
Jun 022010

OR  How to Avoid Becoming a Defendant in a Wrongful Death Suit Playing hard and getting your bottom’s heart rate up to a respectable level with pain, fear or sexual excitement is not a bad thing and often the goal of a scene.  How do you know your play partner can handle what you’re giving?  […]