Seeing Me at my Most Intimate

A lot of people are embarrassed to be naked, which stems from being told that we need to safeguard our private parts from a young age. It’s not strange that this is taught because at some point people started invading other people’s privacy to satisfy their lust (non-consensually, obviously). As a result, however, there’s quite a bit of shame around nudity. Pleasure in Exposure I Continue Reading →

Task 21: Capture the Pain of Clamps

Previous Task | Next Task “Capture the pain somehow of having clamps on your labia, this can be a photo or video.” I hate clamps. Yes, I like pain so it’s a bit of a love-hate relationship but let me repeat myself: I hate clamps! Or, at the very least I hate these clamps, the binder clips and have since the very first time Lois Continue Reading →

How do you know you’re a Lesbian?

How do you know? People sometimes ask me. How do I know that I’m gay and not straight? This question came up a lot specifically closer to my coming out. I get it. We’re curious about one another and I have a certain experience that you may not have but the thing is our experiences aren’t different at all. It’s all very simple. I feel Continue Reading →

A Happy Accident 

A Happy Accident Roxy gave me the task to find a secluded spot in nature, take off my top and spread my arms so as to let my nipples feel the breeze. I’ll write about that in a separate post, but while I was there, I thought I might as well sneak in some extra pictures. I hadn’t brought my actual camera though, as it Continue Reading →

Harmony and Equality

I have been meaning to read White Fragility by Robin Diangelo for a while. At first, I left the book for what it was. I have always believed that all people are equal and feel angry hearing stories, in America at the moment, for example, where it is minority groups who are hit the most by corona. (In Chicago and Louisiana, 30% of the population Continue Reading →

Yearning for Rules

We all think of our exes sometimes. Some have left a bigger impact than others but I believe the end of D/s and M/s dynamics generally leave a bigger, longer-lasting mark, even if they weren’t romantic. Sometimes I wonder how Lisa is doing and I think about what Lois might say to me. Now with all this time at home and nowhere to go I’m Continue Reading →

Sweaty hair sticks to my face and I feel alive

I have been exercising on a weekly basis without a break except for summer holidays since I was around five years old. My parents thought it was important for me and my sister to exercise so we had to sign up to at least one weekly sports activity. So when I was five I started judo, then changed to tennis when I was nine, added Continue Reading →

Utilising My Body

I was always a slim child. I loved running around, playing sports and I also dressed like a boy. It wasn’t a fashion choice as such, it was simply more comfortable and practical as my friends and I (only boys) weren’t the let’s stay quiet and indoors type. We liked to go on adventures. My two-year-younger sister preferred more ‘typical’ girl things. She liked to Continue Reading →

Writing Letters with a Kinky Twist

I was in a relationship for a year when I was around 20. I met her during the second semester of my first year at university and we officially became a couple about one to two months after that. She was an exchange student at the time and we had to part in August because her studies started back up in Denmark. My ex was Continue Reading →

Faking Orgasms

When I saw all these posts about faking orgasms come by I was immediately inspired to write my own. Unfortunately, I didn’t have time that week/thought I’d already missed the deadline for the prompt so I am thrilled that Food 4 Thought has a catch-up week and I can write my post on faking orgasms now! There are two instances in which I faked an Continue Reading →

My Coming Out Story

I never saw my sexuality as anything that was connected to kink. I knew that I was into BDSM and identified as a submissive of some sorts far before I ever started questioning my sexuality. But funnily, it’s through the start of a D/s ‘relationship’ that I finally admitted and acknowledged to myself that I am a lesbian, which happened somewhere around when I was Continue Reading →