Professional Dominatrixes are an essential aspect of the kink community. Regardless if it is a 24/7 lifestyle choice or how they make a living, Pro Dommes contribute to various aspects of the kink community. Once again, I asked some of our professional dominatrix friends some questions and they came through with some interesting insights. These Pro Dommes truly love and live the Femdom life.
I’ve always tried to do was be open and honest with my daughters about sex, relationships, and their reproductive health. I think it’s incredibly important to always teach our kids the facts when it comes to their bodies and about sex.
I’m a very strict no-nonsense type person when it comes to reproductive and sexual health care, and I don’t play around with giggly silly and awkward attitudes when it comes to teaching our youth about it. We all deserve to have healthy sex lives when we’re old enough and wise enough but that starts with teaching young people the truth.
I love Halloween. The atmosphere of delightfully creepy things is the perfect backdrop for wicked fun. Now, people are allowed to dress up any time of year. If I want to dress as Batman on the fourth of July, I will put on a mask and run around my house saving the houseplants. I may want to be a sissy maid on a Tuesday night so I put on my French maid outfit and let my Domme fuck me with a strap-on dildo. I can do this any day of the year, but the Halloween season makes dressing up magical.
It feels so good to put on a costume and be someone different for a little while. Adults have the option to add the spin of sex appeal to their tricks and treats. Normally shy people may be strutting around in corsets and thongs and the energy is infectious. The classic sexy costumes like French maid, sexy nurse, or Morticia from The Addams Family are always a welcome sight, but the creative aspect of Halloween makes it extra exciting. I never know what sexed up concoction I will see at a dungeon party, Wal-Mart, or tagging along for trick or treating. I may see John Snow from Game of Thrones looking hot in a pair of fishnets with a little cleavage showing or Bert and Ernie in ball gags and leather. Adults are sexual beings and Halloween is the perfect holiday to let sexual creativity come out to play.
The sexuality of Halloween costumes has always intrigued me. So, I asked my kinky friends about how outfits affect and change their sex lives.
Money is power. It’s as simple as that. If you give it or if you receive it, there is a power exchange. Findom (or Financial Dommes) basically make a living using their sexuality to have people give them money. Sometimes, it’s sadistic and humiliating. Other times, it’s more of a situation where the client wants to spoil and make the financial Dominatrix happy. Either way, this is a popular but misunderstood fetish. So, I asked some of my FinDom friends some questions and here are their answers.
Being submissive is an art form that is cultivated and enhanced through practice and patience. Submissive kinksters offer a specific kind of trust that is not easy to find and may be abused by their dominant counterparts. The openness of a submissive can be interpreted as weakness, but in fact, the ability to submit requires great strength. There are submissive friends who live the lifestyle 24/7 and there are the ones who submit just in the bedroom. Either way, submissives are a valuable part of the BDSM community. I gathered some of my favorite submissive friends, and I asked them several questions.
The power of creativity mixed with eroticism is limitless, weird, and beautiful. Once again, I needed to reach out to my erotic kinky artist friends and ask them several questions about erotic/kinky art.
Its no secret that the BDSM world is full of wonderful toys meant to take you to the edge of ecstasy or agony, beautiful adornments for the body, and furniture to act as a stage for your kinky scene. I love it all. I love my floggers, my collars, my corsets, and my violet wand. I even find myself gazing at things I don’t think I’d ever want to try because its all so fascinating! Despite my enthusiasm, I know that my kink goes a little deeper. With me, it all starts in the brain. I’ve had brutal scenes where many toys were used, but I didn’t feel submissive. This is important to me. Contrary wise, I’ve had scenes where no toys were used, but I was so deep into subspace I was almost in tears. I won’t be able to cover everything as there is no end to what you can do, but I hope what I can cover will spark your kinky imagination. A mental tool I love so much is obedience training.
I bought my first real sex toy in 1999 from the Good Vibrations catalog. It was a jelly purple thing that had five glorious speeds. It lasted four months. Since then, I’ve expanded my collection of toys to include buzzy, thrusty, spinning things, and simple smooth glass. I’ve had wands and rabbits; bullets and teasers; monsters and minis. They have all had their perks and downfalls. I love looking for new toys.
The beautiful Miss Melissa and I are kinksters. I know this shocks our faithful readers because we do come off as chaste demure women who blush at the mention of the word “tinkle.” But in reality, we are huge fans of the weird things that make our loins go buzzy. We think one of the best things about kink is all the toys. If you have begun your own adventure in exploring ideas behind bondage, power play, pet play, and other exciting endeavors, you will start to collect STUFF. We decided to put our pretty little heads together and offer Our Kinky Friends advice on how to manage all the glorious stuff of kink.