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Dom? Sub? Daddy? Babygirl? Kitten? Kinkster? What's it All Mean, Anyway? (And Which One Are You?)

With the growing popularity of social networks like FetLife, geared specifically towards fetish and kink–along with an increasingly relaxed atmosphere towards openly talking about facets of sex and sexuality within the realm of art, books, and movies, today’s culture is one that leans towards the kinds of discussions that break down silences and taboos and get people talking about the things that were once only whispered about in the dark. 539 more words


My Pixelated World

The internet is a swirling hub of billions of people that goes on forever and never, ever sleeps. Fetlife alone is on its way to eight million members. 461 more words



Tell me about your leather goodsYour little coulds and wanton woulds

Kept secret beneath some tanned hides

Remind me, of course, how a horse gets behind… 121 more words


Subjugate U: A Femdom Erotic Short Story

Author’s Note: I wrote this after months of perving the haunting and elusive photos that grace the page on Mistress Subjugate U’s Fetlife profile. ¬†She has generously allowed me to use her likeness in this post and if you are curious about the pictures that gave rise to this brief, fictitious impression, you may view her profile: 1,641 more words

Erotica Writing

FetLife is where the kinky people go...or is it?

So I have spoken in the past about online-media and online-dating websites.I am not on Twitter, Instagram, Tinder or Plenty of Fish or any other online portals …that is barring FetLife. 203 more words

Reviews of The Diary of an English Submissive.

I received a lovely couple of reviews (thank you!) from Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk about my book, The Diary of an English Submissive. It is about my journey into Kink and BDSM and the many pitfalls I have encountered on the way. 251 more words


A Very Dirty Royal Secret

TW: This wiring touches on paedophilia and homosexuality as was viewed as a criminal offence in Victorian England. I assert that homosexuality, whilst being illegal until the repeal of the Criminal Amendment Act of 1885 in 1967, has never been a moral crime.

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