Mark my body, please…

I love seeing marks left on my body by loved ones. Knowing others who don’t like when they happens to them, I’ve wondered why. Is it the sight of them specifically?

Since embracing my masochistic side, I enjoy what happens to make the bruises, welts, and scratches. But is it them specifically that I like?

I think it’s not necessarily the marks themselves Continue reading

#30DaysofKink – Days 26 to 30

Day 26: What is your opinion on online BDSM play?

Online only is not for me, I need to be able to see my Dom in person sometimes, I need the physical connection.  If it works in a healthy way for other people, then more power to them. I just couldn’t.  I’ve also found that my submissive side connects and is engaged more when in person than when not. So, for online only, I’d never be able to fully get that, so it would be unfulfilling for me. Continue reading

*reblog * The Quad – My Poly Origins (Krys) —

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via The Quad – My Poly Origins (Krys) —

Hey, it’s me!  Friends of ours asked the quad to contribute to their blog.  In the recent past we’ve introduced ourselves, answered a reader question, and this time I detailed how I came to realize I was polyamorous.  Check it out!  Also check out the other stuff on their blog, if you haven’t already.


Fluid bonded and condoms *post from Fetlife*

The following post showed up in my Fetlife timeline today and I found it very interesting. It made total sense to me, but had ways of defining fluid bonding that honestly I hadn’t before thought that in-depth about. This has been directly copied and pasted, and linked, with the permission of the author. 

Trblemaker’s original post on Fetlife
“So follow me on a little trip if you will. For sometime now, I have been at odds with the idea that “fluid bonding” only takes place during “unprotected” intercourse. I have struggled to see this as being true. I know some are going “Hold up a sec, what do you mean!?!?!” Just follow along, and maybe you will see what I mean.

So lets say I meet a girl, we shall call her….Samantha…Samantha Carter…hahahhaa, where are all my SG fans. Ok, back on track.

So Sam and I hit it off, and we decide to start dating. We go out a couple of times, and things are really good between the two of us. On one date, she decides to give me head before we go to dinner.No condom is used, and she takes down every drop I have to give. Are we now “fluid bonded?”

Now after dinner and a nice night out, we are back at her place, and one thing leads to another, and I decide to give her head.Again no condom is used and I do this until she is a soaking mess. Making sure to drink in as much of her as I can. Are we now bonded now?

The night ends, there is no “intercourse” on this night. Now I am sure for many reading this, they are going” Nope, you are not bonded, because you did not cum in her cunt.” But wait, did she not drink down all that I could give her? Did I not do the same to her?

We continue to date, and after a few more dates, we both find out that we are into “water sports.” (Oh I so just heard a bunch of you go “That’s just nasty!”)So one thing leads to another, and she allows me to piss all over her, and I her on me.Lets say that we even drink in a little of each other. Mind you, we have yet to have physical intercourse. Are we bonded now?

Now lets say that we are about two or three months into our relationship, and we decide that we want to scene together. So we do all our negotiations, and we decide that blood play will be ok, if skin is broken. Well in the mist of our play, I break her skin. She starts to bleed, and I decide to lick up her blood. (hahahahah more “nasty”) Are we bonded now?

So Sam and I have done all of these things now. We have enjoyed a great relationship up to this point. We have done all kinds of things to each other except have physical intercourse. So we decide that it is time for us to take that step in our relationship. Now the condom comes into play.

In talking about this next step, we agree that we are not ready to be “fluid bonded” to each other, so condoms are a must. Beside they help to prevent any STDS that might be out there. Mind you, we have already seen each others tests, and we are both clean. Oh but there is the chance we might get pregnant if we do not use them. Ok, well I have been fixed for 11 years now, and Sam for 6. Or maybe she is just on the pill.

I bring up all of these “what ifs” areas, because here is where my struggles with the idea of fluid bonding comes from.
See I personally believe that the moment you decide to “open mouth” kiss me, or to give me any form of oral sex, and I decide to do the same to you, and there is ANY fluid exchange. Well we are now fluid bonded!

At this point, I have drank in as much of you as I possibly can, so if you have something that did not show on your test, chances are pretty good, that I now have it! Now we are bonded, and that leaves me with one question….

What is the point of using a condom now?

Now I know a lot of people are going to be like… “Dude, WTF!?!?!” But before you blast me with your comments, just take a moment to think about what I am saying.

Now if you are the type of person that ensures that some form of protection is used in any and all sexual encounters, then this might not make much sense to you. But if you are the type that only sees a condom for use in intercourse….well….

Thank you for taking time to read this.