Heterosexual Women and the Subject of Erectile Dysfunction

The Demonized Other

Sadly, there is an overwhelming number of both men and women in heterosexual relationships  who think that erectile dysfunction is primarily an issue that comes from decreased desire in the man for the woman in the relationship.  This, then, leads to insecurity (in both the men experiencing it, and the woman they are with), which inevitably leads into arguments and worse.

In fact, it was one of the reasons I was celibate for 12 years of my marriage.  Because my ex lives in a constant state of stress due to his mental illness, it is not surprising that he started experiencing it at a fairly young age. The bad part of it is that he blamed me for the impotence, and I sadly took the responsibility for it.

By age 40, 5% of the male population experiences ED, and it only goes up to 17% (thankfully for those of us…

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First Time Male Slave

BDSM Writings and Thoughts!

Question:
So I am completely new to the m/s. I am completely turned on my being dominated. I found a master. We are going to have our first session soon. I have never done anything bdsm wise before. Could you give me tips on how to be the perfect submissive gay slave for him please?

Answer:

Your Master is your Master and will have the final word on how you are to behave. I can offer suggestions on what you may expect, but he is your Master and not I. I speak from my own experiences as a het Leatherman’s, your mileage may vary.

Having said that:

Tips:
SERVICE When you accepted him as your Master, you are accepting a position of (ideally) unconditional service to him. Simply put, you are his for his pleasure. This requires a great deal of trust on the part of the slave; almost unconditional…

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The Trans Bathroom Issue No One is Talking About – Closet Kinkster

We all have seen the posts on our social media. Facebook videos of bible thumping bumpkin breeders, Better-Be-A-Vagina vigilantes, and fame hungry Facebook dads all aflame with the newly found need to grope strangers. Of course, this isn’t a new idea, as trans issues have always been something that the American public, for the most […]

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The BDSM emblem. An explanation not only for those who don’t know but also for many who might have forget the meaning of it.

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Exactly how the BDSM emblem is suposed to be Exactly how the BDSM emblem is supposed to be

The BDSM Emblem is a design based on a Triskele. The Triskele is the basic shape of the Emblem, with three “arms” curving out from the center and merging with an encompassing circle. The Triskele is an ancient shape that has had many uses and many meanings in many cultures. Not all Triskeles are BDSM Emblems! It is the details of the design that make it the BDSM Emblem. Those details are the black inner color, the silver-golden lines or in other words the rims and spokes are of a color indicating metal and last but not least what usually appears as dots over the internet are holes of identical color with the rims and spokes.

The idea behind what you know as the BDSM Emblem was initially proposed

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