People are not one-dimensional. Therefore, it must follow that no one is either wholly dominant or wholly submissive. Surely, each of us carries both traits?
Human animals rely a lot on their thoughts and words so they miss a lot of information by not paying attention to body language. Only 7% of communication is verbal. 38% is tone of voice. 55% is non-verbal facial expression.
I like to teach couples ways of building arousal that are not obvious. In this blog, I share 5 ways to build arousal that do not involve kissing or genital touch.
BDSM is becoming more mainstream and you might be wondering what all the fuss is about. Why would couples want to include BDSM in their sex lives? In this blog I am going to share 5 things that I love about BDSM.
Do you want to be more playful? I think that being playful is important for a sense of wellbeing. When you are playful, you feel joyful sensations that last long after the playing has ceased.
I believe that the willing exposure to certain emotional states in a loving environment, can help to rewire the brain. Being temporarily uncomfortable, can contribute you to feeling more comfortable! BDSM can help you to develop a much bigger comfort zone to play in.
Never forget that even with your thinking brain, language and clever fingers, you are still an animal. Animals do not like to be kept in cages for long! When was the last time you let your animal out?