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Experts don’t buy Rep. Fansler’s ‘BDSM kink’ defense in assault case

on Friday, 02 February 2018. Posted in Front Page Headline, Media Updates

Juneau Empire

“In the community, we don’t consider BDSM if consent is not part of the deal, and abuse is not what we would call play. It’s not rough sex, it’s abuse,” said Hardy Haberman, a longtime author, educator and filmmaker in Texas who explains BDSM culture.

Kinky! Enter Into the Fascinating & Creative World of Erotic Hypnotism

on Wednesday, 31 January 2018. Posted in Front Page Headline, Media Updates

Instinct Magazine

Erotic hypnosis is the recreational use of hypnosis in an erotic context. Hypnosis can let someone feel any sensation they’re able to imagine, as well as enhance any existing sensation. These phenomena lend themselves perfectly to erotic use. The control aspect of hypnosis makes it suitable to incorporate into BDSM scenes. It can even be a BDSM scene on its own. Think bondage without ropes or chains, having someone believe they’re a slave, realistic pup play, and lots more!

Porn industry once braced for a crackdown, but annual expo enjoys Trump-size spotlight

on Monday, 29 January 2018. Posted in Front Page Headline, Media Updates

Chicago Tribune

"This industry is more than a business - it's a family, a community," said Eric Paul Leue, who heads pornography's trade organization, the Free Speech Coalition. Allan Gelbard, a First Amendment expert, warned that the administration might take action against porn to boost support of Trump's evangelical base.

"You need to assume the obscenity laws will be enforced somewhere, sometime," said Clyde DeWitt, a longtime legal adviser to the industry.

If You Want A Sexy Night, Ask Your Partner These Questions

on Saturday, 27 January 2018. Posted in Front Page Headline, Media Updates


"Questions like that can build the anticipation and the foreplay," says Megan Flemming, PhD, a sex and relationship therapist in New York City. She suggests building that anticipation throughout the day, by posing sexy questions to your partner in text or email in the morning, that way they'll be thinking about what they want to do to you (or have you do to them) all day. Logan Levkoff, PhD, a sexual health educator and member of the Trojan™ Sexual Health Advisory Council, says that Post-It notes could also be a fun and sexy way to build this anticipation for anyone who feels too awkward talking "dirty."

Suit Against Dominatrix Goddess Jude Is Tossed

on Friday, 26 January 2018. Posted in Front Page Headline, Media Updates


“But for those who are not experienced as I was in the beginning at being a professional dominatrix, including a financial domme, I would suggest learning to qualify your submissive, spend plenty of time with an established mentor, get to know your local community, and have a safety course and a good lawyer.”

These Intimate Portraits Bring BDSM Out Of The Bedroom And Into The Streets

on Friday, 26 January 2018. Posted in Front Page Headline, Media Updates

Huffington Post

“It’s less about the BDSM aspect per se or their orientation or identity,” Topolovac, who took the photos, said. “I think what we discovered, especially when we shot the second photographs, was that it’s about people’s shared humanity. There was a common thread of, ‘Hey, this is us. We’re complicated. We’re diverse. We’re expressive.’”

Bondage lovers are using Donald Trump as a safe word during sex

on Wednesday, 24 January 2018. Posted in Front Page Headline, Media Updates

Metro UK

So we’re not too surprised that a new survey from LoveHoney has found that fans of BDSM have chosen ‘Donald Trump‘ as their favourite safe word. Think about it. Donald is off-putting enough to stop any sexual pleasure in its tracks, and his name sparks conversations about politics and terrible Presidencies – a great way to dampen the mood and change the subject.

What Does It Mean If You Want To Be Spanked During Sex? An Expert Lays It All Out

on Tuesday, 23 January 2018. Posted in Front Page Headline, Media Updates

Elite Daily

Jean adds that “though the physicality can be craved by individuals who have been deprived of physical expression,” it doesn’t always have a psychological component to it. It simply could just be that you like it because it feels amazing to you. “When we cause impact on safe parts of the body — like the butt, back, nipples, and sometimes groin — it brings blood to the surface of the skin, making the area warm and more sensitive to touch.” says Jean. So if you enjoy a little corporal punishment, it could just say that your body positively responds to this kind of impact.

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