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December 1st, 2018

It sits empty. Legs solid on the ground. A reminiscence of lacquer. The wood solid but brittle and worn by time. The grain. Miniature chasms leaving memories behind of the kind to be reconciled with a needle and tweezers.

Contemplating. Waiting. The chair. Familiarity. It’s been set there. Purposeful in its nature. It’s for you. Or some game for something. For you.

By you.


Waiting. Hunger. Her scent. Light in its way. Memories of mornings. Memory of coffee and showers. Talking and laughing. Day and days past.

The energy doesn’t have to come. It’s there. As palatable as the darkness that’s closing in. The energy doesn’t have to come. It’s here. Having sought its way in without needing welcome. Like a blanket set taught and laid tight. Waiting a welcome. To be pulled back. To be pulled open. To be pulled over. The unknown of tomorrow a reflection of the seeker as the slumber sets to an empty background. To be painted by the night.


Being moved to the chair. Familiar figures. Guides silent in their task. The chair just as silent. Musk. The smell of fall rain on summer’s death. The chair. Gives a small creak as arms are bent behind. Secured. The zip tie makes its familiar sound. As familiar as the tightening on the wrists. The contradiction of shoulders pulled back. The spine as it straightens in response.

Metal is set in. Mouth open. Beginning to wet as the thought of dryness and pooling and drooling begins to settle in.

A band. Rubber of some medical use. Color urine. Smelling of warm tires and cat piss. Pulled over. Around. Throat exposed. Secured. Jaw open and waiting. Jerked back. Unyielding. Eyes set focused pleading the nose line. Trying to see the ropes as they’re secured around the chest and shoulders. Testing at the wrist. Nervously. Tight. Unease sets. Ankles. Feet, legs to follow. They’re being pulled under. Secured from behind the chair.


She sits. Unable to move. Strapped in the chair as if an asylum patient. Waiting her psychopath.

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November 22nd, 2018

What is consent? 

Easy enough to answer, see for yourself here.

Lets have a look at this definition:

Permission for something to happen or agreement to do something.

In the former portion of the definition we have an equaling antonym-like synonym phrase of: “Requirement for something NOT to happen“; and, in the latter we have the same kind of antonym-like phrase: “an agreement NOT to do something“.

Each pair, in my opinion define Consent, and Non Consent decently.

Non Consensual, for the purposes of this article will be defined as anything overstepping basic rights and assumptions to personal space. And/or of personal belongings. And/or the breaking of permission or agreement (Consent) or by any act overstepping Non Consent.

Consensual being an act on consent. 

Some things to know:

  • Consent can be withdrawn. It can be removed in the next second after being given. Meaning: Something that was consensual can at anytime become non consensual even without word or warning. This is complicated and I will touch more on withdrawn consent later.
  • Non consent can be a fetish. And it can be consensual. More on CNC (Consensual Non Consent) later.
  • Something non consensual can become a fetish. Being the creator of a non consensual fetish is *generally not a good thing. However, this says nothing about who is expressing themselves through re-creation (recreational or otherwise). More on non consensual fetish later. *“generally”, intelligent beings can also gain interests by means other than trauma and/or experience around trauma.

Is there a process to withdrawing consent? Are there forms to fill out? Signatures required? A shaved head or a tanned ass to pay? A waiting period?

~ Made up questions by the author.

Absolutely NOT. No matter any contract. Written, verbal or otherwise.

You might be asking yourself: So then what is the purpose of giving consent?

Lets say Betty and her {insert dating app name} partner, Frank are planning a play session involving massage. The agreement is full body anywhere massage, no penetration (into any of those places considered “internal”).

Betty spreads out on the table and everything is going well until … Frank touches her neck.

Now. For some internally explained or unexplained reason Betty needs THAT to stop. NOW.

Betty is well within every right to change her stance on the agreed consent.

Get it? Consent. Along with its accompanying, Non Consent. Is/are communication tool/s. A well designed and handy tool when bound together. Kind of like the banging end of a hammer and its prying end. Communication being the handle.

But… But… I’m expected to keep within the boundaries of the agreed consent, shouldn’t Betty have to as well?

~ Frank (made up character)

To be frank, Frank: Fuck the fuck up you shut up. 

Really though. No. “Betty’s” consent is and always will be something that can be withdrawn in the terms of kink-bdsm-fetish and that of the vanilla (non-kink, social norm) communities at large. Whether you’re a ‘freak’ in the dungeon or have a propendency toward the norm; abuse is exactly that, abuse. The expectation or enforcement of one individual over another to to forgo their consent in a non consensual way is abuse, or might lead to abuse in the case of uncorrected misunderstandings, like Franks above. 

So what happens if Betty couldn’t or didn’t for some reason voice her objections to her neck being touched? I would still be an abuser?

~ Frank (still our made up character)

Let’s hope Betty doesn’t take that stance.

These kinds of situations can be fraught with emotions and anxieties. However, under these circumstances every effort should be made by Betty to communicate (by any means) with Frank regarding the incident. The sooner the better. And hopefully before doing something like a future meetup. A good general rule for Frank and Betty. Take notes. Communicate and learn. 

In our example above lets say Betty never discussed with Frank her newfound limit. Would this be considered consensual non consent, to continue meeting up with no word of the discomfort?

Not at all, this kind of situation would be something more akin to reverse discrimination. Frank is not consenting to the non consent nor any kind of possible buyers remorse. 

So what is this CNC (Consensual Non Consent) fetish play catch phrase about? How can you consent to non consent?

Mind Fucking A Fucking Mind

“I wasn’t sure that there were really people who cared about consent and also did mind fucking, so what’s the point of saying no?”

@TBD_ Anonymous, friend of author.

The fetish of playing with emotions or the mind. This is quite a large leap up the ladder for an example but sound and resounding.

How does one consent to having their emotions played with? Or to having their mind twisted pushed or paved in varying scales of manipulation. How do they know to what they are consenting?

It seems redundant but the answer is quite simply: There’s an agreement. Communication will always be on the table. Talking and listening and functioning with a reasonable expectation of understanding in how your partner is absorbing the information being given to them. On both ends of the fuck. 

These kinds of relationships; in the authors opinion, require a strong bond and an equal desire between partners for the strong emotional responses this kind of play can create. 

Consensual non consent extends to many different types of interests. Mind fuckery is only one expression.

Being locked in a room, chained to a floor, starved and abused used and beaten. This sounds edgy, but there are those who think, well, what happens between all that? – This is where consensual non consent comes in handy (like that hammer I was talking about).


Well. Its after midnight. I, the author of this here article am tired. There is much more to be said, or so says my sleepy head. But it’s time to go to bed. 

Hopefully something here makes sense. 

Remember folks, 

Abuse is not fetish nor bdsm nor kink nor vanilla.

Communicate with your partners about not only yourself, but also them. Be positive. Have reasonable and reasoned expectations.

Appreciate your partner. Don’t only take pride from the hard stuff, express pride. 

Goodnight, and love. 

Keep it kinky. @Virile

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November 11th, 2018

There’s a surprise in those underwear. Clue: To the left, to the left. ♫ Hanging to the left.

You are on your favorite hookup app. Maybe you’ve had some success in the past. Perhaps you’re already set up for a date but swipe anyway. Or you could be one of many on the prowl right now, on an away trip or just looking for something to do with a free night. The question we want to answer here is: What kind of photos should you send? 

The answer to that question in reality is: there is no one kind of photo you should send. 

You might be saying, “Well, that doesn’t help much“. But it does if you thought the answer would be a simple “send an artistic cock/pussy shot“. Or something along those lines. 

The same theory applies here as in my previous post. Be true to yourself. And above other things be sure to make photo selections that fit your personality and what you want to put out there to another curious individual. Thinking along these lines will save both parties some time and perhaps a really bad night. If you try and pander a false identity to a personality by way of making your photos more or less PC than you prefer, it’s likely someone will be uncomfortable in a future encounter. 

You might think, “But wait, we’re talking pictures. Why so serious? If they don’t like the way I look they won’t reply or we just won’t match on an app anyway. Simple as that.

This is true to an extent. However, how many people on your hookup app have you liked or swiped on who only moderately caught your attention. Not to mention most apps require PG photos on their profiles. No one really knows if you’re a dick pic guy (not everyone hates them), a shoulder muscle guy, or panties-waste girl kind of girl. Or none of the the former and instead classy all the way. 

I suppose at some point; perhaps earlier in this article I should have mentioned: To be absolutely appropriate and unless you have it on good authority (and at least implied permission), you should never send unsolicited nudes and full crotch shots to unknown persons. This isn’t pandering to a personality. It’s really in keeping with personal boundaries. Particularly someone else’s.

Okay, so what are your recommendations?

Keep to the relevancy of the conversion. As I stated previously keep true to yourself. However, if it seems questionable for you to send a nude it likely isn’t the right time. Remember, it might never be the right time for some people. If that isn’t for you, try moving along and focusing attention elsewhere. 

When you do send a photo. Either because you were asked or you have offered over your photographic soul. If the boundaries of the other party have not been made clear it’s always best to stick with a non-graphic PG13 photo of what you might think is your best feature. Shoulder muscles, that slight crooked smile, those amazing eyes. Most everyone has a simple quality they like in themselves. If you don’t; keep snapping pictures. You are bound to find something you’ll agree with. A face picture is a major plus if you don’t have one on whatever account you’re using in your booty-call hunting efforts.

But what if I want nudes to be part of the deal? How do I  bring it up?

  • Easy… Ask for them.  ; )

Another original writing by @Virile. We hope you found it informational and enjoyable. Either way, let us know below or via message if you have questions and/or comments. 

What are your thoughts regarding cock-shot photos and sharing photos with potential hookups?

Keep it kinky peeps. 8==D~{(.)}

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November 10th, 2018

Hello there Kinky readers. A big topic in the kink-poly-bdsm-fetish world is consent. Clear and consensual consent between two legally and willfully consenting adults. 

One piece of that pie can be worked out through sex positive communication with your play partner/s. Keeping in mind not all bdsm and/or kink involves sex. However, a good conversation on what constitutes sex should always be understood between both partners. 

Talking About Sex

How do you talk about sex? How do you talk about passions and needs. Secret desires and those hidden little things that might make you feel shame to explain to others? 

First, it’s best to find out how open your partner is to the idea of kink and bdsm in general. All it takes is your own willingness to open up and be honest with another curious individual. Please note: just because a person has replied to your “What’s up!” does not constitute agreement to bring up personal matters such as sex and kinky exploration. No matter what their, or your, profile has on it. Unless there is explicit permission by the other party; chances are, you aren’t getting anywhere being vulgar and forward.

If and when it seems right to bring up the matter either by invitation or by implied social queues; the first step is to be very honest and have an open book dialogue with your partner. Meaning, don’t leave out the naughty bits. Remember, you will never get what you want or need if you don’t speak up and if you don’t ask about it and don’t attempt to learn about it. A good life rule, actually. 

There are almost as many different kinds of kinks, wants, don’t wants, passions and play possibilities as there are humans. This is because each us has our own unique views, needs, and emotional connection (or lack thereof) profiles. And we each need and want them in different ways.

Sex. Adult play. BDSM. Fetish in general. Are not going to be the same for everyone. Even if there are social norm definitions for someone who calls themselves a baby girl or a bear or a dominant or gay, poly, pan-sexual, or etc. on and on. 

In that same thought sphere though you have to realize there are people of varying opinions on the aspect of each of or any and all sexually open or sexually different activities. You can, and most likely will at some point be shot down. And it can be brutal. I have two thoughts on this subject:

  • One. remember this is a reflection of the person on themselves and not on to you. Take only your 50%. Less, much less, for assholes.
  • Second. On the flip side of rejection. Finding a person or people who match you and fulfill beautiful facets in your life is a big side effect of open communication. 

Bringing Up The Embarrassing Stuff

Let me start with some heavy truth. If you try and there is a brutal fail in your communication with your partner. Rejection. You are in the wrong relationship. Really.

I want to back up one step and say you should try. Even multiple times with your partner. Especially if they are something special to you. However, a strong evaluation of your own needs in connection with continuing the relationship should be done through a thorough and serious introspection. If you have needs that drive you, or needs that will lay unmet through an entire relationship, chances are you won’t be happy. – That being said, watch for the warning signs of “loving like a child”. Refrain from picking apart your relationship. 

The easiest way to go about summing up the courage to talk to your partner about sexy fantasies is keeping exactly in mind what I’ve been trying to communicate throughout this article:

Know that you are a unique individual. You deserve basic equal human respect and dignity. Sexual happiness comes with learning, knowing, and being true and honest to yourself. First. Coming to terms and being comfortable with your individuality in the case of fetish needs is a big step.

Finding Comfort and Happiness Within Yourself

How do you do that? What exactly is a fetish? What is Kink? What is considered kinky? What is BDSM?

It’s quite simple to answer these questions.

Study, read. Find articles, blogs, friends and social groups online and locally. Everyone knows how to use a search engine. Find out for yourself that there are others with similar interests. 

Explore your own interests, either in writing, by yourself, or with another consenting partner (assuming it’s allowed within any existing relationships). The idea here is to get to know yourself so that you can answer questions for your partner and to be more comfortable within yourself. 


And that is the start of my opinions for this subject. If you have any thoughts or questions, comment below or send me a message. I hope to write a sequel/addition soon. @Virile

What are your thoughts on sex positive communication in relationships? Comment below. 

Keep it kinky peeps. 

Keeping It Sexy – Confetti Gun Kink -> @Augustine
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November 9th, 2018

A memoir and writing by @Virile.

My imagination is taken by muse, desires to choose from. I’d like to see you in something black, something short and with flow. Yes. A black baby doll dress and white panties.

Yes, Daddy.” You never disappoint.

I can’t wait to see you dressed up for me. Waiting for me. Hurting for me.” A text. I’m doing my best to describe the feelings I’m having for you. The craving. What I want, what I need from you. 

Screeching in your head you say.

I’m excited tonight, to have you on stage again. I’m familiarizing myself with the mic this time. I have things I want to say.

The night goes on and you are at my side, outside of all the noise and conversation, people and socializing, your attention is mine. With every glance, I have all of you.

The stage is wrapping up. Its time.

I struggle to hold on to reality, to keep control. I have to warn them this time. They have to know what’s coming.

Moving the cross. The audience hasn’t yet gone dark in my mind. I’m keeping them there, the lights, the noise, the movement.

Setting down the knives and other play things. I’m still present. At the back of the stage against the wall, I can feel you standing there.

Walking over to you. The floor is still solid, the sounds are still there, the lights are still on. Your bashful smile and my heart is yours.

We exchange for a moment. Somewhere the lights are going dim, the black is creeping in. The building and it’s walls and occupants still exists, everywhere else is darkness. I have to warn them.

I have your hair. For a moment I’ve forgotten.

The chair, I take you to the chair and force you to the floor.

Remembering my place I sit.

Hello everybody, this is my muse.” The music goes silent.

Say hello to muse.” “Hello muse…” “She get’s embarrassed pretty easily. That’s kind of the idea here.” I’m putting your mask on you, I’ve made the last of the adjustments. I turn your face to me and run my latex gloved hands down the side of your cheek. The mask covering everything except your eyes and mouth. You are beautiful.

My hand makes its way to your throat, I squeeze. You let out a breath of momentary calm, momentary release.

You start to struggle.

The room has gone dark, there is nothing left of it. No life. Figures. Standing. Silent. Motionless. Faceless.

You.

The thrashing starts. There is nothing left of my leash. I’ve forgotten to warn them.

You thrash and fall to the side. The microphone hits the ground.

I’m back now. I land a slap across your face and straighten us back up. I need to give them warning. The microphone.

That was an example of what you are about to see. Muse and I play a little differently. Risk aware consensual kink in the form of Cnc. Consensual non-consent.” “It will look like she is not consenting. But she has. Muse. Tell them you have consented.

Your response is guttural, forced from haze while you try to swallow through the dryness in your throat.

Yes.

After beating you, punching you, slapping you, repeatedly. Commanding you. Demanding you.

Show them what I want to see.” I’ve forced you to your knees again. My blade running down your thighs, the sharp point rupturing skin as it easily slices through cells with a satisfying scrape. Blood forming on adjacent lines as I trace new ones down the back of your legs.

Show them what I want to see.” You give under the blows, my elbow between your shoulder blades. Your back is arched, you’re on your knees again. You’re not showing them what I want to see.

Show them what I want to see.” My paddle across your ass, you scream as it comes down for the third time only to be hit twice more and again. Kneed in the gut and slapped in the face. Choked to a stupor, your ass in the air, on your knees.

Do you think they can smell you. Do you think they can smell your cunt.” You are no longer on your knees, you have flattened yourself. Hiding your shame. Legs pressed together. Wet cunt and white underwear pressed to the floor. You whimper.

I have your throat. Thrashing again. I beat your ass bare handed until you scream and beat you again. On your back now breathing through my hold. I’m squeezing your neck. I can see you fading. A slap across the face. You’re back again only to fade again as I grab tighter. Another slap to the face. Again. Again.

I sit and breathe with you for a moment. I kiss your face. Run my hand down your cheek. Kiss your lips.

Mine.

You are moved on to your knees once more.

Show them what I want to see.” On your knees, face down. You spread your legs and arch your back. Your cunt on display.

Just the way I like it. Good girl, muse.

You showed them your submission to me. You gave me all of you and nothing else. You were nothing else.

No more thoughts to bother my muse…


This writing can also be found @ EdgePlayBDSM.com

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Relationship

What is consent? 

Easy enough to answer, see for yourself here.

Lets have a look at this definition:

Permission for something to happen or agreement to do something.

In the former portion of the definition we have an equaling antonym-like synonym phrase of: “Requirement for something NOT to happen“; and, in the latter we have the same kind of antonym-like phrase: “an agreement NOT to do something“.

Each pair, in my opinion define Consent, and Non Consent decently.

Non Consensual, for the purposes of this article will be defined as anything overstepping basic rights and assumptions to personal space. And/or of personal belongings. And/or the breaking of permission or agreement (Consent) or by any act overstepping Non Consent.

Consensual being an act on consent. 

Some things to know:

  • Consent can be withdrawn. It can be removed in the next second after being given. Meaning: Something that was consensual can at anytime become non consensual even without word or warning. This is complicated and I will touch more on withdrawn consent later.
  • Non consent can be a fetish. And it can be consensual. More on CNC (Consensual Non Consent) later.
  • Something non consensual can become a fetish. Being the creator of a non consensual fetish is *generally not a good thing. However, this says nothing about who is expressing themselves through re-creation (recreational or otherwise). More on non consensual fetish later. *“generally”, intelligent beings can also gain interests by means other than trauma and/or experience around trauma.

Is there a process to withdrawing consent? Are there forms to fill out? Signatures required? A shaved head or a tanned ass to pay? A waiting period?

~ Made up questions by the author.

Absolutely NOT. No matter any contract. Written, verbal or otherwise.

You might be asking yourself: So then what is the purpose of giving consent?

Lets say Betty and her {insert dating app name} partner, Frank are planning a play session involving massage. The agreement is full body anywhere massage, no penetration (into any of those places considered “internal”).

Betty spreads out on the table and everything is going well until … Frank touches her neck.

Now. For some internally explained or unexplained reason Betty needs THAT to stop. NOW.

Betty is well within every right to change her stance on the agreed consent.

Get it? Consent. Along with its accompanying, Non Consent. Is/are communication tool/s. A well designed and handy tool when bound together. Kind of like the banging end of a hammer and its prying end. Communication being the handle.

But… But… I’m expected to keep within the boundaries of the agreed consent, shouldn’t Betty have to as well?

~ Frank (made up character)

To be frank, Frank: Fuck the fuck up you shut up. 

Really though. No. “Betty’s” consent is and always will be something that can be withdrawn in the terms of kink-bdsm-fetish and that of the vanilla (non-kink, social norm) communities at large. Whether you’re a ‘freak’ in the dungeon or have a propendency toward the norm; abuse is exactly that, abuse. The expectation or enforcement of one individual over another to to forgo their consent in a non consensual way is abuse, or might lead to abuse in the case of uncorrected misunderstandings, like Franks above. 

So what happens if Betty couldn’t or didn’t for some reason voice her objections to her neck being touched? I would still be an abuser?

~ Frank (still our made up character)

Let’s hope Betty doesn’t take that stance.

These kinds of situations can be fraught with emotions and anxieties. However, under these circumstances every effort should be made by Betty to communicate (by any means) with Frank regarding the incident. The sooner the better. And hopefully before doing something like a future meetup. A good general rule for Frank and Betty. Take notes. Communicate and learn. 

In our example above lets say Betty never discussed with Frank her newfound limit. Would this be considered consensual non consent, to continue meeting up with no word of the discomfort?

Not at all, this kind of situation would be something more akin to reverse discrimination. Frank is not consenting to the non consent nor any kind of possible buyers remorse. 

So what is this CNC (Consensual Non Consent) fetish play catch phrase about? How can you consent to non consent?

Mind Fucking A Fucking Mind

“I wasn’t sure that there were really people who cared about consent and also did mind fucking, so what’s the point of saying no?”

@TBD_ Anonymous, friend of author.

The fetish of playing with emotions or the mind. This is quite a large leap up the ladder for an example but sound and resounding.

How does one consent to having their emotions played with? Or to having their mind twisted pushed or paved in varying scales of manipulation. How do they know to what they are consenting?

It seems redundant but the answer is quite simply: There’s an agreement. Communication will always be on the table. Talking and listening and functioning with a reasonable expectation of understanding in how your partner is absorbing the information being given to them. On both ends of the fuck. 

These kinds of relationships; in the authors opinion, require a strong bond and an equal desire between partners for the strong emotional responses this kind of play can create. 

Consensual non consent extends to many different types of interests. Mind fuckery is only one expression.

Being locked in a room, chained to a floor, starved and abused used and beaten. This sounds edgy, but there are those who think, well, what happens between all that? – This is where consensual non consent comes in handy (like that hammer I was talking about).


Well. Its after midnight. I, the author of this here article am tired. There is much more to be said, or so says my sleepy head. But it’s time to go to bed. 

Hopefully something here makes sense. 

Remember folks, 

Abuse is not fetish nor bdsm nor kink nor vanilla.

Communicate with your partners about not only yourself, but also them. Be positive. Have reasonable and reasoned expectations.

Appreciate your partner. Don’t only take pride from the hard stuff, express pride. 

Goodnight, and love. 

Keep it kinky. @Virile

22November2018

Hookups and Booty-calls

There’s a surprise in those underwear. Clue: To the left, to the left. ♫ Hanging to the left.

You are on your favorite hookup app. Maybe you’ve had some success in the past. Perhaps you’re already set up for a date but swipe anyway. Or you could be one of many on the prowl right now, on an away trip or just looking for something to do with a free night. The question we want to answer here is: What kind of photos should you send? 

The answer to that question in reality is: there is no one kind of photo you should send. 

You might be saying, “Well, that doesn’t help much“. But it does if you thought the answer would be a simple “send an artistic cock/pussy shot“. Or something along those lines. 

The same theory applies here as in my previous post. Be true to yourself. And above other things be sure to make photo selections that fit your personality and what you want to put out there to another curious individual. Thinking along these lines will save both parties some time and perhaps a really bad night. If you try and pander a false identity to a personality by way of making your photos more or less PC than you prefer, it’s likely someone will be uncomfortable in a future encounter. 

You might think, “But wait, we’re talking pictures. Why so serious? If they don’t like the way I look they won’t reply or we just won’t match on an app anyway. Simple as that.

This is true to an extent. However, how many people on your hookup app have you liked or swiped on who only moderately caught your attention. Not to mention most apps require PG photos on their profiles. No one really knows if you’re a dick pic guy (not everyone hates them), a shoulder muscle guy, or panties-waste girl kind of girl. Or none of the the former and instead classy all the way. 

I suppose at some point; perhaps earlier in this article I should have mentioned: To be absolutely appropriate and unless you have it on good authority (and at least implied permission), you should never send unsolicited nudes and full crotch shots to unknown persons. This isn’t pandering to a personality. It’s really in keeping with personal boundaries. Particularly someone else’s.

Okay, so what are your recommendations?

Keep to the relevancy of the conversion. As I stated previously keep true to yourself. However, if it seems questionable for you to send a nude it likely isn’t the right time. Remember, it might never be the right time for some people. If that isn’t for you, try moving along and focusing attention elsewhere. 

When you do send a photo. Either because you were asked or you have offered over your photographic soul. If the boundaries of the other party have not been made clear it’s always best to stick with a non-graphic PG13 photo of what you might think is your best feature. Shoulder muscles, that slight crooked smile, those amazing eyes. Most everyone has a simple quality they like in themselves. If you don’t; keep snapping pictures. You are bound to find something you’ll agree with. A face picture is a major plus if you don’t have one on whatever account you’re using in your booty-call hunting efforts.

But what if I want nudes to be part of the deal? How do I  bring it up?

  • Easy… Ask for them.  ; )

Another original writing by @Virile. We hope you found it informational and enjoyable. Either way, let us know below or via message if you have questions and/or comments. 

What are your thoughts regarding cock-shot photos and sharing photos with potential hookups?

Keep it kinky peeps. 8==D~{(.)}

11November2018

Relationship

Hello there Kinky readers. A big topic in the kink-poly-bdsm-fetish world is consent. Clear and consensual consent between two legally and willfully consenting adults. 

One piece of that pie can be worked out through sex positive communication with your play partner/s. Keeping in mind not all bdsm and/or kink involves sex. However, a good conversation on what constitutes sex should always be understood between both partners. 

Talking About Sex

How do you talk about sex? How do you talk about passions and needs. Secret desires and those hidden little things that might make you feel shame to explain to others? 

First, it’s best to find out how open your partner is to the idea of kink and bdsm in general. All it takes is your own willingness to open up and be honest with another curious individual. Please note: just because a person has replied to your “What’s up!” does not constitute agreement to bring up personal matters such as sex and kinky exploration. No matter what their, or your, profile has on it. Unless there is explicit permission by the other party; chances are, you aren’t getting anywhere being vulgar and forward.

If and when it seems right to bring up the matter either by invitation or by implied social queues; the first step is to be very honest and have an open book dialogue with your partner. Meaning, don’t leave out the naughty bits. Remember, you will never get what you want or need if you don’t speak up and if you don’t ask about it and don’t attempt to learn about it. A good life rule, actually. 

There are almost as many different kinds of kinks, wants, don’t wants, passions and play possibilities as there are humans. This is because each us has our own unique views, needs, and emotional connection (or lack thereof) profiles. And we each need and want them in different ways.

Sex. Adult play. BDSM. Fetish in general. Are not going to be the same for everyone. Even if there are social norm definitions for someone who calls themselves a baby girl or a bear or a dominant or gay, poly, pan-sexual, or etc. on and on. 

In that same thought sphere though you have to realize there are people of varying opinions on the aspect of each of or any and all sexually open or sexually different activities. You can, and most likely will at some point be shot down. And it can be brutal. I have two thoughts on this subject:

  • One. remember this is a reflection of the person on themselves and not on to you. Take only your 50%. Less, much less, for assholes.
  • Second. On the flip side of rejection. Finding a person or people who match you and fulfill beautiful facets in your life is a big side effect of open communication. 

Bringing Up The Embarrassing Stuff

Let me start with some heavy truth. If you try and there is a brutal fail in your communication with your partner. Rejection. You are in the wrong relationship. Really.

I want to back up one step and say you should try. Even multiple times with your partner. Especially if they are something special to you. However, a strong evaluation of your own needs in connection with continuing the relationship should be done through a thorough and serious introspection. If you have needs that drive you, or needs that will lay unmet through an entire relationship, chances are you won’t be happy. – That being said, watch for the warning signs of “loving like a child”. Refrain from picking apart your relationship. 

The easiest way to go about summing up the courage to talk to your partner about sexy fantasies is keeping exactly in mind what I’ve been trying to communicate throughout this article:

Know that you are a unique individual. You deserve basic equal human respect and dignity. Sexual happiness comes with learning, knowing, and being true and honest to yourself. First. Coming to terms and being comfortable with your individuality in the case of fetish needs is a big step.

Finding Comfort and Happiness Within Yourself

How do you do that? What exactly is a fetish? What is Kink? What is considered kinky? What is BDSM?

It’s quite simple to answer these questions.

Study, read. Find articles, blogs, friends and social groups online and locally. Everyone knows how to use a search engine. Find out for yourself that there are others with similar interests. 

Explore your own interests, either in writing, by yourself, or with another consenting partner (assuming it’s allowed within any existing relationships). The idea here is to get to know yourself so that you can answer questions for your partner and to be more comfortable within yourself. 


And that is the start of my opinions for this subject. If you have any thoughts or questions, comment below or send me a message. I hope to write a sequel/addition soon. @Virile

What are your thoughts on sex positive communication in relationships? Comment below. 

Keep it kinky peeps. 

Keeping It Sexy – Confetti Gun Kink -> @Augustine
10November2018

Stories

A memoir and writing by @Virile.

My imagination is taken by muse, desires to choose from. I’d like to see you in something black, something short and with flow. Yes. A black baby doll dress and white panties.

Yes, Daddy.” You never disappoint.

I can’t wait to see you dressed up for me. Waiting for me. Hurting for me.” A text. I’m doing my best to describe the feelings I’m having for you. The craving. What I want, what I need from you. 

Screeching in your head you say.

I’m excited tonight, to have you on stage again. I’m familiarizing myself with the mic this time. I have things I want to say.

The night goes on and you are at my side, outside of all the noise and conversation, people and socializing, your attention is mine. With every glance, I have all of you.

The stage is wrapping up. Its time.

I struggle to hold on to reality, to keep control. I have to warn them this time. They have to know what’s coming.

Moving the cross. The audience hasn’t yet gone dark in my mind. I’m keeping them there, the lights, the noise, the movement.

Setting down the knives and other play things. I’m still present. At the back of the stage against the wall, I can feel you standing there.

Walking over to you. The floor is still solid, the sounds are still there, the lights are still on. Your bashful smile and my heart is yours.

We exchange for a moment. Somewhere the lights are going dim, the black is creeping in. The building and it’s walls and occupants still exists, everywhere else is darkness. I have to warn them.

I have your hair. For a moment I’ve forgotten.

The chair, I take you to the chair and force you to the floor.

Remembering my place I sit.

Hello everybody, this is my muse.” The music goes silent.

Say hello to muse.” “Hello muse…” “She get’s embarrassed pretty easily. That’s kind of the idea here.” I’m putting your mask on you, I’ve made the last of the adjustments. I turn your face to me and run my latex gloved hands down the side of your cheek. The mask covering everything except your eyes and mouth. You are beautiful.

My hand makes its way to your throat, I squeeze. You let out a breath of momentary calm, momentary release.

You start to struggle.

The room has gone dark, there is nothing left of it. No life. Figures. Standing. Silent. Motionless. Faceless.

You.

The thrashing starts. There is nothing left of my leash. I’ve forgotten to warn them.

You thrash and fall to the side. The microphone hits the ground.

I’m back now. I land a slap across your face and straighten us back up. I need to give them warning. The microphone.

That was an example of what you are about to see. Muse and I play a little differently. Risk aware consensual kink in the form of Cnc. Consensual non-consent.” “It will look like she is not consenting. But she has. Muse. Tell them you have consented.

Your response is guttural, forced from haze while you try to swallow through the dryness in your throat.

Yes.

After beating you, punching you, slapping you, repeatedly. Commanding you. Demanding you.

Show them what I want to see.” I’ve forced you to your knees again. My blade running down your thighs, the sharp point rupturing skin as it easily slices through cells with a satisfying scrape. Blood forming on adjacent lines as I trace new ones down the back of your legs.

Show them what I want to see.” You give under the blows, my elbow between your shoulder blades. Your back is arched, you’re on your knees again. You’re not showing them what I want to see.

Show them what I want to see.” My paddle across your ass, you scream as it comes down for the third time only to be hit twice more and again. Kneed in the gut and slapped in the face. Choked to a stupor, your ass in the air, on your knees.

Do you think they can smell you. Do you think they can smell your cunt.” You are no longer on your knees, you have flattened yourself. Hiding your shame. Legs pressed together. Wet cunt and white underwear pressed to the floor. You whimper.

I have your throat. Thrashing again. I beat your ass bare handed until you scream and beat you again. On your back now breathing through my hold. I’m squeezing your neck. I can see you fading. A slap across the face. You’re back again only to fade again as I grab tighter. Another slap to the face. Again. Again.

I sit and breathe with you for a moment. I kiss your face. Run my hand down your cheek. Kiss your lips.

Mine.

You are moved on to your knees once more.

Show them what I want to see.” On your knees, face down. You spread your legs and arch your back. Your cunt on display.

Just the way I like it. Good girl, muse.

You showed them your submission to me. You gave me all of you and nothing else. You were nothing else.

No more thoughts to bother my muse…


This writing can also be found @ EdgePlayBDSM.com

9November2018

Stories

It sits empty. Legs solid on the ground. A reminiscence of lacquer. The wood solid but brittle and worn by time. The grain. Miniature chasms leaving memories behind of the kind to be reconciled with a needle and tweezers.

Contemplating. Waiting. The chair. Familiarity. It’s been set there. Purposeful in its nature. It’s for you. Or some game for something. For you.

By you.


Waiting. Hunger. Her scent. Light in its way. Memories of mornings. Memory of coffee and showers. Talking and laughing. Day and days past.

The energy doesn’t have to come. It’s there. As palatable as the darkness that’s closing in. The energy doesn’t have to come. It’s here. Having sought its way in without needing welcome. Like a blanket set taught and laid tight. Waiting a welcome. To be pulled back. To be pulled open. To be pulled over. The unknown of tomorrow a reflection of the seeker as the slumber sets to an empty background. To be painted by the night.


Being moved to the chair. Familiar figures. Guides silent in their task. The chair just as silent. Musk. The smell of fall rain on summer’s death. The chair. Gives a small creak as arms are bent behind. Secured. The zip tie makes its familiar sound. As familiar as the tightening on the wrists. The contradiction of shoulders pulled back. The spine as it straightens in response.

Metal is set in. Mouth open. Beginning to wet as the thought of dryness and pooling and drooling begins to settle in.

A band. Rubber of some medical use. Color urine. Smelling of warm tires and cat piss. Pulled over. Around. Throat exposed. Secured. Jaw open and waiting. Jerked back. Unyielding. Eyes set focused pleading the nose line. Trying to see the ropes as they’re secured around the chest and shoulders. Testing at the wrist. Nervously. Tight. Unease sets. Ankles. Feet, legs to follow. They’re being pulled under. Secured from behind the chair.


She sits. Unable to move. Strapped in the chair as if an asylum patient. Waiting her psychopath.

1December2018

Relationship

Some of us. I don’t want to say everyone. But some of us at some point have been, or are currently in a place where our kinks, behaviors and needs and passions feel as though they are outweighing our rationality. Sometimes feeling these things with and about loved ones. Sometimes we feel these things alone. Sometimes we give and take these feelings and seek for them in hungry ways. Some healthy, some unhealthy.

That paragraph is a little deep for the conversation I actually wanted to bring about. I think maybe it helps though, getting a grasp of where some people are when they come seeking answers on what to do in their relationship when kink, fetish, and/or bdsm is a question.

First. No-one has the answers. Do seek them. Do ask yourself questions. But know, ‘yours’ are your own and can only be appropriately answered by you.

Second. This article assumes sound mind. If you believe you aren’t of sound mind. Consider getting to a square place before making large explorations on deviated paths in your relationships. This article assumes you have already done the hard part. And brought up kink subjects with your partner.

Some things to consider in regards to tools and giving them to your partner.

  • Do you know what your kinks are? If not. If you’ve only an idea of what you seek. Then seek to find answers. Look for blogs. Pick up books. Explore your own writings. Find people. Get a feel for you.
  • Learn some on love and love languages. There are many books on this subject and a good base to start communication and understanding of yourself and your partner. Knowledge in human nature in regards to love, in general is helpful in many kinds of relationships and communicating needs both directions.
  • Have you found pictures and/or writings that tickle at those naughty strings? Show them to your partner. Consider exploring your response to the picture or writing. Consider exploring your response in regards to your partner. Consider speaking or writing that response and entrusting it with your partner.
  • Are you open with your partner? Are you giving them the things of yourself that you need them to respond to. This is an important one. A person cannot work with what they aren’t given. “I need you to be real with me.” After a particularly purposeful attempt at angering your partner. This does not invite them to respond with a spanking nor does it tell them you might want them to respond with anger. “You don’t pay attention to me.” does not tell them that you want them to absorb your mind. “I’m bored” does not tell them you want your ass tanned or your body raked through the mud or fucked to oblivion with all the kitchen tools.

Whew, I need to slow down after that bullet.

I don’t know that this is a full thought yet. But. I’m also not writing a book. I’m sure more will come.

27November2018

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14November2018

In The Beginning

Hello there, kinky people. It’s been a couple weeks since I set this site up and nothing has been posted, I figure it’s time to get something up and out there. 

At Space Bunny Kink we are working to build an open and largely networked kink and bdsm ‘world’ within these internets. This blog is one of those works in progress, iDexire.com will be its center. 

My name is Virile. Or rather, that’s how I’m known in the kink world. In my various profiles the TLDR of how I would describe myself is, driven, confident, socially happy with a devilish smile, and am an openly kinky dominant sadist.

I’m the nerd who put this wordpress thing together. I really like what I did with the header. If you don’t or didn’t know, the SpaceBunnyKink.net website was once before a blog. We dredged it back up from web archives and restored it as best as we could. It was an enjoyable website.

You might ask why would someone purposely use an old web domain and restore an old blog. Well, the first answer. Archival, historical. Good information and entertainment should stand the test of time. Second, it gives us a good boost and makes our blog easier to find on the internet. 

But what does any of this have to do with kink and BDSM?

Absolutely nothing, except as I mentioned before; we’re (I’m) starting a kinky interconnected world and I hope you enjoy this piece of it. 

As an end note, if you think you have a writing or some thoughts or questions you want shared and discussed with our members, feel free to send us a message.

If you are interested in being an author or an editor and think you have things to say, we welcome you, just submit an example writing and we’ll let you know if you’re added as an Author. 

Kinky

Just to make sure we don’t leave here without something kinky… Here is a picture of a practice hip harnesses (used in suspensions) I’ve tied to myself. 

Virile in a self tied shibari hip-harness.
Virile in his self tied hip harness, Shibari something or rather. Not sure if the tie has a name.
8November2018

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