I am SO excited to share this gorgeous rope bondage tutorial from my wonderful and talented friend, Lucy Bellwood, while I’m recovering from too much travel and sickness.

Thank you, Lucy! You are a badass.

Posted to replace an earlier version of Lucy’s work that was not posted in accordance with Erika’s wishes.



Oh yes, the Anal Safety Snails are BACK! This week we’re talking about sex of the butt!

Butt Sex on Oh Joy, Sex Toy.

Posted to replace an earlier version of Erika’s work that was not posted in accordance with her wishes.



Oh Joy, Sex Toy covers the basics of how Emergency Contraception pills work!

Did you know that EC is nothing like abortion? In fact, it prevents the need for abortion!

Posted to replace an earlier version of Erika’s work that was not posted in accordance with her wishes.





Erika Moen over at Oh Joy, Sex Toy! kindly submitted this sex advice comic to us to display for Fisting Day! 

Happy International Fisting Day kids!


Thanks to Jiz Lee for letting me illustrate their words! You can read my full interview with them on Oh Joy Sex Toy :)

Imma squee a little bit at this. I got reblogged by Erika Moen!

Thanks for reblogging me and I will definitely be cleaning up my indiscretions in regard to your work.



Erika Moen over at Oh Joy, Sex Toy! kindly submitted this sex advice comic to us to display for Fisting Day! 

Happy International Fisting Day kids!



It’s Bi Visibility Day! Here are some famous bi people with quotes about their bisexuality :)

Alan Cumming: “I don’t understand this but I never felt any shame about my sexuality and the idea that I found boys attractive as well as girls.”

Lady Gaga: “I’m boy-crazy, and girl-crazy too. it really depends on where I am. I love men, I love women and I love sex.”

Freddie Mercury: “I play on the bisexual thing because it’s something else, it’s fun… the last thing I want to do is to give people an idea of exactly who I am. I want people to work out their own interpretation of me and my image.”

David Bowie: “It’s true — I am a bisexual. But I can’t deny that I’ve used that fact very well. I suppose it’s the best thing that ever happened to me.”

Anna Paquin: “For me, it’s not really an issue because I’m someone who believes being bisexual is actually a thing. It’s not made up. It’s not a lack of decision. It’s not being greedy or numerous other ignorant things I’ve heard at this point.”

Kurt Cobain: “I’m definitely gay in spirit, and I probably could be bisexual… If I wouldn’t have found Courtney, I probably would have carried on with a bisexual lifestyle.”

Drew Barrymore: “I regard myself as bisexual. If you’re with a woman, it is like if you’re exploring your own body, only through someone else.”

Angelina Jolie: “I like everything. Boyish girls, girlish boys, the heavy and the skinny. Which is a problem when I’m walking down the street.”

Skin: “Yes I happen to be female and black and bisexual and these are things that are part of me, but they don’t tell the whole picture, it’s too limiting to put people in boxes like that.”

Amy Winehouse: “There is something about being with a woman that is very satisfying. I don’t care what people think about me being bi — I do what feels good.”

(via peroxideshotstuff)


Here is a very helpful website for more details on figging and how to proper prepare the ginger :D

*Sorry for the lack of updating this little series but I have not had very much time at all as of late.

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Bisexuality: Setting the Records “Straight” [x]

My Bisexuality has no bearing on my ability to commit to someone. All that means is that the potential pool of applicants is a bit bigger.”

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You heard it from admiral ackbar, folks. He knows what a trap is.


You know, I did once make a thing where Admiral Akbar was calling someone a “cissexist douchebag” and then revealed said douchebag’s porn collection….

I do my best to avoid cissexist speach here, but sometimes there is text from an original poster or a watermark on an image that I really enjoy. For those of you who want to avoid cissexist terms (which I won’t list here), please filter out the tag cissexism and they will not show up in your feed (for the most part, I am still human and I am sure some slip through).


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Safe word Basics:

Before participating in any bdsm related activity its important to establish rules with your partner(s). Everyone has a different tolerance for pain; along with different levels of what they are comfortable with. To communicate these limits and desires people commonly use “safe words” and hand gestures.

Why should I use a safe word?

The safety of your partner(s) and yourself should be the main priority during any scene; what might be easy for you to handle may not be the same for your partner(s). Using safe words allows the participants to communicate their needs efficiently and quickly.

What should my safe word be?

This is completely up to you and your partner(s) to decide and should be discussed thoroughly before partaking in any type of play. There is no limit to the amount of safe words you can use, but remember to keep things simple between you and your partner(s). A safe word should me short, easily identifiable, and easy to remember. Most commonly used safe words are: green (continue, I’m ok with this) yellow (slow down, less) red (stop). Along with this some choose to use food or counties ex: “banana”, “pineapple”, “carrot”. “Africa”, “Canada”, “Mexico”.

How do I talk about safe words with my partner(s)?

There should never be any shame in admitting to have a limit during a scene, your safety is #1 priority! When approaching a partner about the subject feel free to express any concerns or feelings about your limits; be sure to describe what can and can’t be pushed. If your partner(s) come to you to talk about safe words always listen with a open mind and understand their limits.

Most of the time there are 3 main conversations that any participants should have beforehand.

  • The first conversation should cover EVERYTHING; express what you have experience doing, what you’d like to try, and what you will not try so that your partner(s) have a good idea of what they’re working with. After this safe words can be discussed and established.
  • Second is the pre-play conversation. This conversation is normally short and just a quick reminder of what the safe words are, ex: “ok so remember red is stop, yellow is slow, and green is go”.
  • Finally make sure to check up on your partner(s) to see if any desires and limits have changed (basically repeat the first conversation) this helps broaden the understanding between you and your partner(s) and keep everything safe.

What are hand gestures?

A lot of the time during a scene one may find themselves gagged or unable to speak. A common replacement of safe words are hand jesters! This can be anything from a peace sign to a snapping noise made with your fingers. Just like the safe words you can choose any hand jester that works best for you and your partner(s).

Play safe, communicate, and always listen to your partner(s) safe word!

-Article written by: Breeree
Commission for Breeree and Philadelphia BDSM

Something else that can be done if gagged or unable to speak is holding a ball and dropping it or holding and squeezing something that makes a loud noise since the finger snapping can sometimes be masked by other noises like slapping or spanking.

(via curiously-kinky-queer)




Please don’t ever try to learn how to rub a clit from porn.

I repeat, please don’t EVER try to learn how to rub a clit from porn.

porn clit rubbing looks like they’re trying to scrub burnt food off a frying pan


As much as I love porn, most of it is not for teaching.