Masochistic, pain slut thoughts…

Sometimes I think I’m weird. How can someone possibly like pain? Want pain. Crave it. Absolutely need it at times. Well, certain pain anyway. I hate the stabbing pain in my knee I get occasionally when I walk up or down stairs, but whip my ass with a leather strap? Umf…fuck yes. No thanks to the clicking stiffness I get in my shoulder and neck, but scratching up and down my body will make me shiver and moan out loud. Continue reading

*reblog* Making love is…

Oh, hell yes! 😍

The Sermons From The Gutter.

Being able to peel away yet another layer of complexity,

revealing a new layer of sensation,

a new depth of mental intercourse,

a stroking of a new found dendrite,

the penetrating energy surge into yet another of one’s deepest recesses of an already excitable psyche,

the charged contact,

a mere finger tip,

feather like touch,

ignite a fire on a nerve ending,

hot blood rushes, goosebumps ripple over every inch, each one a potential trigger,

tiny staccato orgasms, that make you shiver at first, as they build to almost convulsions,

the erogenous exploration inside and out of an entire being,

of merging at every pore, molecule and atom, transcending into and through each other,

transfigured animal like, violently pounding flesh producing musky heady scent,

relentless in the pursuit of activating every nerve ending and neuron at once,

an electrical surge on impossibly arched back primal scream blurred vision in unimaginable…

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A quick question for all polyamorous people

My question is about overnight dates.

I’m curious what type of relationship you need to be in to feel comfortable enough to have an overnight date. New? Long term and committed? Is a FWB okay?

How invested do you need to be? Do you need to be in love with the person, or perhaps sleeping over with someone isn’t something you want to do at all.

I know everyone is different…maybe it’s the former psych major in me that wonders and asks. 


*update* This question is coming from a place of wanting to understand other points of view. It goes along with some processing I’m doing, but it’s from a positive aspect. Personally, I need to be in love with or deeply connected to the person I spend the night with. Sex is one thing, being vulnerably asleep in one’s arms is another. I find it fascinating to see how others think. 


Subdrop:The temporary depression experienced by submissives/masochists after intense BDSM play. (Source: Urban Dictionary)

I do believe that drop isn’t just a thing for subs, masochists, Doms, or even have to include BDSM play. I think anyone can get it. Con Drop is something that people who’ve been to “lifestyle” conferences regularly talk about.

In my opinion and experiences I tend to feel a drop of some sort after an encounter where energy has been exchanged, and positive connections have occurred.  Continue reading