Kinksters/BDSMers aren’t a protected group. This is keeping us in the closet and leaving us open to attack. Find out why we deserve the same protections as gay and trans people and what we lose by not having rights and recognition.
This is jessie's intimate confession to a long, steamy love affair with girly panties. She sent it to me after I published my '5 pairs of must-have sissy panties' blog.
We all know certain regions of the world face challenging circumstances around human rights due to regimes and religious beliefs. And these issues tend to be discussed with a ‘big picture’ perspective. Kink/BDSM certainly doesn’t feature. But within that ‘big picture’, there are individuals, who are impacted daily by the prevailing culture. And this was... Continue Reading →
I've had some very thoughtful responses from sissies about FemDoms taking male titles. I wanted to share them as everyone's views on this topic are highly personal, and when those feelings relate to kink, it gets interesting. On FetLife, the short responses I got were mostly, 'Yes, it's hot'. Comments included 'It makes me feel... Continue Reading →
I’ve always had a thing for sissies, before I fully understood it, or had the right language for it. And it started young. When I was about 6, ‘sissy’ was a playground word, an insult for boys who weren’t boyish enough, who preferred to play with the girls at breaktime, who cried easily, who got... Continue Reading →