Category Archives: bdsm-psych

The essence of femdom

My Hell is very bearable and My Demons know how to take the reins with equity. Your Brand is My Essence and is imprinted forever in the souls that you possess. Continue reading

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Kink vs. BDSM – The light and Dark Side

Often one person in a relationship wants & needs dark BDSM & the other partner is reluctant or has no knowledge or experience on how to handle the situation, are afraid to disrupt the relationship equilibrium
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Can Femdom be good for your mental health?

The increased intensity of BDSM intensifies the trust and intimacy between partners. Continue reading

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Guys! are you Slipping into a #FLR?

FLR’s change the relationship dynamic. Usually,  one member of the couple wants to move further into the FLR than the other Continue reading

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Sex and Candy – Thoughts on Sex and Femdom

I admire and don’t mind submitting to my partner because of how she always “tops” me sexually and mentally. Continue reading

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Guys, know your limits in Femdom

consider soft limits as things you’ll eventually come around to liking as you get further into the relationship with your dominant Continue reading

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Why #bdsm relationships are so intense…and why some don’t get it

is bdsm something you can try on like a new set of clothes? Why does bdsm appeal to a select few but not to most people who have tried it? Continue reading

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