Tag Archives: BDSM

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The Bruise

Daddy took me to the churchyard to kiss me. His lips took mine as they aren’t supposed to; devoured my mouth. Pulled my head back, and dipped into me. Shook me with the shame. It wasn’t enough. In the dappled sunlight the unchaste kisses of

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The Little Boy Who Lives Down the Lane

WARNING: this piece contains themes of rape, kidnap, and abortion. Please use your best judgement when deciding whether to read on. Standing and wondering, and remembering tears falling from open eyes, like the drops that splash from the ceiling, and dust that showers and sticks

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e[lust] #44

Photo courtesy of Plumptious Pea Welcome to e[lust] – The only place where the smartest and hottest sex bloggers are featured under one roof every month. Whether you’re looking for sex journalism, erotic writing, relationship advice or kinky discussions it’ll be here at e[lust]. Want

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Eroticon 2013, in review

Molly and I are planning to spend a little time in the next episode of the (It Girl. Rag Doll) podcast reviewing Eroticon 2013, and we want to hear from YOU. If you have a mini (30 seconds or less, ideally) review of Eroticon you’d

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Torment

I’ve already told you: the only way to a woman’s heart is along the path of torment. I know none other as sure. - Marquis de Sade

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e[lust] #43

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Escaping the Individual

A few weeks ago, a friend and I were discussing erotica, and one way or another the conversation came round to the topic of oral sex. We both agreed that it wasn’t something we particularly enjoyed receiving, and so we began to question why. I

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Vanilla/Kinked

Having read Fifty Shades of Grey, Remittance Girl concluded that the D/s aspect of writing, perhaps comes through not so much in the acts portrayed, as in the language used to describe them. I came to a similar conclusion when I reviewed the book. Based

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Safe Words and Responsible Authorship

The first article of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is rarely quoted in full. We often hear: All human beings are born free and equal (in dignity and rights). This opening line is, of course, extremely important. The question of freedom is one that