Category: Fetishes

The Try Guys try BDSM for the First Time

Eugene, Zach, Ned, Quinta, Gaby and Allison are all newbies to the BDSM scene. Join them on their adventure as they are paired up inside a real dungeon.

During initial interviews, the Try Guys reveal that their perceptions of BDSM are based on weird porn stuff that none of them find all that arousing. Mistress Hudsy Hawn is a career dominant who is paired with Ned. She says there are many misconceptions about BDSM. For example, in the professional world, there is no sex. Bodily fluids are not exchanged, no penetration. Fifty Shades of Gray has brought the fetish/BDSM/kink world to the general public, but it’s not entirely accurate of what it’s all about. It’s not just about pain. It can be very emotionally connecting.

BDSM stands for Bondage, Discipline, Submission, Domination and Sadomasochism. The Try Guys are about to find out what category they fit into. They experiment with feather wands, blindfolds (which heighten sensations), handcuffs (which tell you someone else is in charge), silk rope (dragged across the skin and used to tie limbs together), spanking paddles and floggers. Mistress Hudsy recommends not using the flogger across the tummy, which all pairs end up doing anyway.

What do the Try Guys think about it? Are they going to continue any of these activities at home? Watch the video and find out.

What is Titillagnia?

What in the world is Titillagnia? This a big word for tickling fetishes. People with Titillagnia are sexually aroused by tickling someone or being tickled themselves.

In tickle-play, partners will usually be designated as the Tickle Top and the Tickle Bottom. The Tickle Top does the tickling and the Tickle Bottom is tickled until they either pee themselves, orgasm or end up having to call out their safeword.

Tickling produces involuntary laughter. For most people, this is pleasurable in short bursts. Being tickled for long periods of time becomes actual torture. This is why laughter doesn’t always signify that someone is enjoying themselves. People will Titillagnia tend to focus their sexual experience solely on tickling. Intercourse may sometimes not be included in sexual activities. Some may use it as a sole source of foreplay.

The eroticism of tickle-play may find its source in the delay of intercourse. It’s a tease that prolongs desire and heightens sensations. Tickle-play can last as long as you want it to. Some might feel it’s something that both turns them on and that is safe. There is no risk of contracting an STD and you don’t have to worry about unexpected pregnancies. It is also a way to experiment with light S & M. If you are curious but not big into pain, tickle-play would be a great place to start.