LifeHacker put up a good article on how to get into rough sex. Worth checking out.
Frankly, I don’t think I’ve had any other kind of sex, but then that is just me.
I was asked last week by a dear friend if she could contribute to the House of Void blog. I’ll be honest, without knowing what exactly she would write about I said yes. I think you’ll like her, I do. I’ve known her now for over a decade. In her own words she is:
I am cyberdiva. Here are a few things about me. This is a very brief synopsis.
- have been actively living in the BDSM lifestyle as a sexual slave, for over two decades.
- professional discrete counselor and active civically
- published writer in the areas of self-help and erotica
- Check out my Fetlife profile here – https://fetlife.com/Cyberdiva
Feel free to ask if you want to know more… let’s have some verbal discourse.
I hope you enjoy reading her stuff.
I’m talking about cybersecurity in Charlotte today. How to protect yourself online. There is still time to attend, but you need to act now. Check out my previous article for info on how to attend.
I’ll let his words speak for themselves, but I will say it was a through and thoughtful post.
Recently I posted about the new purge of forbidden fetishes and groups on FetLife. I want to make something clear. While I hate that John Baku and BitLove have to toe the line of the credit card processors, but let us be real they do. FetLife is a privatly owned website and has provided a great service to the community. But to stay open, they have to be able to take credit cards. It is unpleasant, but real.
My issue is that I had wished that John had published an announcement about the cleanup. It is true that many of these fetishes were banned years ago, though he tried to be clever and hid them for as long as he could to get around the processors. I suspect that caused the issue we are dealing with today. So John, if you read this, please take a minute and let us know what is going on.
Thanks if you do, John.