Self Bondage 101

What is Self Bondage?

It is best described as putting yourself in bondage alone for a period of time; until you either release yourself or have someone else do it for you. However typically most self bondage is self release and controlled by the participant. It can also be used in conjunction with other forms of solo sex play. The practice is much more common than you would think it is Continue reading “Self Bondage 101”

Beginner’s Guide to Electro-Sex

It goes without saying that for most people the words ‘electricity’ and ‘genitalia’ should never be combined. However on a very basic level this is what electro sex is all about, but before you go connecting yourself up to a wall socket, it is important to note that electro sex toys use a much lower voltage. Electro sex was born out of TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) which is used medically to treat muscle strain and fatigue. Electro sex uses the same technology to stimulate the nerve endings the nerve endings in your erogenous zones. By applying a sex toy or conductive pad to your body, electricity pass through your nerve cells creating a pulsing, almost vibrating kinds of sensations.

What Dose Electro-Sex Feel Like?

Unlike many sex toys used in bondage, electro sex is more about pleasure Continue reading “Beginner’s Guide to Electro-Sex”

Safe Self Bondage

like most things self bondage is not without risk and it is always good to consider your personal safety when planning a scene. The risk which you should consider are generally common sense however it often easy to get caught up in the moment when first trying self play and finding yourself in situations you did not intend. thus the following are a set of guidelines which can help make your first and subsequent sessions safe. Continue reading “Safe Self Bondage”

Anal toy Guide


Experimenting with Anal play is an excellent way to broaden your sexual horizons. These days it is much more mainstream than you would think. According to a study published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, one in five women between the ages of 20 and 39 had anal sex in 2010, and 46 percent have tried it at least once, compared with just 33 percent in 1992.

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