How To Make A Bondage Rope Corset #BDSM #Sex

Are you fascinated by shibari or rope bondage, or do you love the look of corset belts?

Luckily for you, Lovehoney’s bondage pro, Jess Wilde, is on hand to show you how to make your very own rope corset using two lengths of rope and one handy book.

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Celebrating The Beauty Of The Human Form – Lost in Motion #dance

A young man loses himself in his environment so that his movements reveal the world that exists in his imagination, transcending reality through his muse of dance.

This just caught my eye – mostly because he’s nearly naked (Hey – I’m a girl) but I loved the beauty of the little clip. It’s nice to be lost in something, isn’t it?


Christina’s Favourite Item Of FetishWear (So Far This Week…) #BDSM #Fetish


I’m not usually a pink kinda girl, but this caught my attention. Isn’t it adorable? Definitely perfect for the baby girl in your life 😉  If you’re not into pink, don’t despair – it comes in a range of glorious colours, including my favourite one – red.


One lump or two?…Three Please! This pair of darling glovelettes are adorned with angelic handmade bows and a trim that whirls around the wrist. Polish off the look with our matching Coquette Bow Choker. Handmade in Los Angeles from 14 gauge (.33mm) latex, this item is available in any of our selected colors.

All Syren items are made to order, just for you, and will take 3-4 weeks turnaround time by our Los Angeles production team.

NOTE: The default color is Black for standard online orders. For this item in Color, call us at 1-800-755-TOYS or 1-213-484-3882 to place your custom order!

COLOR OPTIONS: White, Yellow, Chocolate, Orange, Baby Blue, Pearl Blue, Royal Blue, Jade Green, Hunter Green, Military Green, Electric Leaf, Metallic Green, Red, Metallic Red, Scarlet Red, Hot Pink, Rose Pink, Baby Pink, Violet, Plum, Pearl Purple, Pearl Silver, Pearl Pewter, Pearl Bronze, Pearl Gold, Metallic Old Gold, Semi Transparent Natural, Semi Transparent Flesh, Transparent Purple, Transparent Black, Transparent Blue, Transparent Yellow, Transparent Amber, Transparent Hot Pink, Transparent Pink, Transparent Smoke

Syren is a recognized brand among both fetish fashion enthusiasts and filmmakers who have counted on the company to produce costumes for films such as Batman, Catwoman and Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Joining forces with the latex designers, we are proud to announce that Syren products have exciting updated styles and improved manufacturing techniques that greatly increase the life of the garments. All Syren products are produced in Los Angeles.

Item is priced at $50 and is available from THE STOCKROOM


#SatSpanks – A Few Hot SPARKS! #BDSM

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Howdy Spankos! Gimme a high five for the weekend. Anyone else think it was never going to get here? Anyway, what have I got for you? A few hot SPARKS 😉



“Why am I here?” I pushed the menu back up so that my expression was once again covered. The man in front of me was far too perceptive, and I didn’t want to give him anything more than I had to.

“Because I’m hungry and I like seafood.”

The menu lowered again, because I couldn’t resist rolling my eyes at that comment. “And?” If he thought he was a master of interrogation, he hadn’t seen anything yet. I raised an eyebrow as he took his time answering my question.

“I also like pretty girls.”

I couldn’t help a snort at that one. “Oh, please. You can do better than that.” If there was a touch of sarcasm in my voice, it was too bad.

“I think you’re emotionally damaged.”

His comment stole my breath away. How on earth had he been able to detect that from a half hour meeting? Looking at him steadily, without giving a clue as to my thoughts, I merely replied, “Aren’t we all?”


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Why Are People So Offended By Breasts? #sexuality #feminism

Original article by Sarah Rense writing for Esquire

Emily Ratajkowski has almost exclusively never said a wrong thing about feminism and sexuality. Primarily, because she speaks to her own experience, her own decisions, and her own opinions without passing judgement on other feminists. But as they do, certain terrible people have awful opinions about her opinions, which they share, loudly. It’s as if they are offended that a woman so successful as a model should also be successful as a public speaker, activist, and essayist. How dare she!

Ratajkowski put it more simply: “It really bothers me that people are so offended by breasts,” she told Allure for its August 2017 issue. “That’s when I realized how fucked our culture is. When we see breasts, we don’t think of beauty and femininity. We think of vulgar, oversexualized images.”

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She continued: “To me, any expression that is empowered and is your own as a woman is feminist. If a woman decides to dress sexy, it doesn’t mean she’s not a feminist. [We] should be doing things for ourselves. If that is the woman’s choice, and it makes her feel good, then that’s great. Good for her.”

Ratajkowski’s expression of herself is smart, sexy, and unafraid of those who think it’s their god-given job to criticize her. Maybe, hopefully, that’s one step towards fixing the fucked up culture.

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Sex Robot Wars #Sex #Future

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Original Article by Tabi Jackson Gee writing for the Telegraph

Campaigners are worried about humanoid sex robots
Dr Kathleen Richardson and fellow campaigners are worried that [sex robots] will inspire misogynistic attitudes and unrealistic sexual expectations

They’ve started a campaign called the Campaign Against Sex Robots
They say “We propose that robots are a product of human consciousness and creativity and human power relationships are reflected in the production, design and proposed uses of these robots. As a result, we oppose any efforts to develop robots that will contribute to gender inequalities in society.”

Matt McMullen is on the other side of the coin
McMullen, CEO of Realbotix, is a sex robot developer. Initially they will be sold for £40,000, but the technology will become more mainstream and less expensive to implement. He believes that sex robots will be good for us, and that as any technology grows, humans will inevitably use it for sex.

According to Dr Trudy Barber, a pioneer in the impact of technology on sexual intercourse, our growing immersion in technology means that it is only a matter of time before it takes a mainstream role in sex. Put simply: sex between couples will increasingly be saved for special occasions as robots step in to satisfy our everyday needs.

Speaking at the International Congress of Love and Sex with Robotics last year, Dr Barber predicted that the use of artificial intelligence (AI) devices in the bedroom will be socially normal within 25 years – and that the machines would enable people to appreciate ‘the real thing’.

“I think what will happen is that they will make real-time relationships more valuable and exciting”, she added.

Devices such as Rocky or Roxxxy True Companion can currently be bought for around £7,000, but advances in the field are predicted to make sex robots increasingly lifelike and affordable. Indeed, in April last year, a man figured out a way to make a robot in his own home that resembled a woman they don’t know.

Ricky Ma, 42, a Hong Kong-based man with no formal training in robots, spent £35,000 to create a robotic woman who looks exactly like Scarlett Johannson. And there’s absolutely nothing she can do about it.

Unlike the vivacious and intelligent actress, his robotic counterpart was programmed to respond to questions like ‘you are very beautiful’ and ‘you’re so cute’ with little more than a coquettish smile and a wink.

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#MidWeekTease – The Velvet Caress – Poisoned! #BDSM


Howdy Teasers, welcome to another week of dire catastrophe in ‘The Velvet Caress.’ Yes, all is not going well for our poor dominant, Mark Matthews 😉


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When Jen crashed to the floor in Escape, it took less than two minutes for a trained first-aider to be on hand, but they could do little but monitor her vital signs. Her pulse rate was all over the place and she was vomiting repeatedly. The poor guy tried to get as much information out of her as possible, but she couldn’t talk to him because she couldn’t stop retching and that was as good an indication as any that what she’d just taken was going to kill her.

The poor woman was virtually unintelligible as she tried to answer his questions half-heartedly. The words burning, tingling and numb were all I managed to catch. When Jen did open her eyes, there was so much pain in them, I could hardly bear to look at her. It seemed that she’d already accepted her fate and her face was pale, bleak, and completely devoid of hope. Standing by the side lines, I felt utterly helpless. There was nothing I could do. The ambulance had been called, and that was her single best chance at survival. If traffic was bad, or there was a shortage of paramedics this evening, I could probably kiss her life goodbye. You can’t think like that. Oh, but I was. Having already contacted a private ambulance company, the best they could do was forty-five minutes. It wasn’t going to cut it. Jen was already gasping for breath and unless I was much mistaken, it wouldn’t be long before she needed to be intubated.


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The Future of Sex #Future #Trends

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Original Article written by Emily Empel writing for Alternate

“Picture a world without pornography,” adult film actress Allie Haze pointedly asks viewers in a 5-minute spoof segment titled “Porn Stars against Santorum.” Haze, in conjunction with Vivid Entertainment, a pornographic film production company, filmed the segment to speak out against former GOP candidate Rick Santorum’s proposed crackdown on commercial sex.

With or without support from people in power such as Santorum, the commercial sex industry is able to transcend even current political debates. A future without sex work is difficult to fathom because of the global, widespread scope of commercial sex.

A recent study conducted by Extreme Tech magazine estimates that pornography, which comprises only one aspect of the commercial sex industry, now makes up 30 percent of Internet traffic. In 2006, the commercial sex industry contributed approximately $13.3 billion to the United States economy — without accounting for prostitution. In fact, some estimates indicate that the U.S. commercial sex industry had 2006 revenues that were larger than the National Football League, National Basketball Association and Major League Baseball combined. Commercial sex is not only pervasive in the US, but it also has a global reach that extends beyond its borders.

Societal and technological changes have set the commercial sex industry on a trajectory to become more conventional and normalized. Below are five trend clusters shaping the future of the commercial sex industry:

1. The commercial sex industry will expand the definition of sex. Augmented reality coupled with advances in robotics will allow sex add-ons to supplement traditional offerings. Future of Sex editor Meg White points to three emerging areas of commercial sex including virtual sex worlds, remote sex and robot sex. For instance, online sex workers increasingly will link their movements to remote sex toys or even robotic look-alikes. In effect, these new areas may reduce the risks associated with sex workplace violence and STIs, modernizing the online sex marketplace globally.

On the other hand, artificial intelligence capabilities may add heightened levels of social interactions with non-human machines. As our non-sexual needs are increasingly fulfilled by robots, avatars or digital communities, our sexual needs may follow along. Further, distinctions between virtual and real interactions will blur in the future. The accessibility of technology will create a greater demand for sex-based products and services. “Sex-ond” lives will redefine what it means to be in a relationship, have sex, and be in love. Couples will seriously discuss whether sex with robots constitutes cheating; and policy makers will debate what rights exist for sex workers in online communities.

2. Tech innovations will raise the intimacy level of commercial sex. Passive sex industry consumption will be replaced by greater sex intimacy in the future. Successful sex workers from prostitution, pornography and adult entertainment will integrate technology into their workplaces in order to differentiate themselves. An actress in adult entertainment could create a realistic “girlfriend” add-on experience complete with anniversary gifts and love letters.

A high level of personalization would be achieved by monitoring how a user acts in both sexual and non-sexual spaces throughout the virtual and real world. According to a study conducted by UK researcher Jon Millward, the “girlfriend experience” — the sense that the client has a personal, ongoing emotional relationship with the sex worker — ranks above the “porn-star experience” in online escort advertisements and ratings. As technologies advance, sex workers may sell not only traditional sex, but also value-added services such as personal relationships with levels of sociability that transcend machines.


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Sex-based technologies already intersect with the dating industry. Long-distance couples use technology to create remote sex lives for themselves. One start-up company appropriately named Pillow Talk simulates the intimate experience of lying in bed with a partner by mimicking a heartbeat in a large pillow. Another tech application known as Pair allows couples to share pictures, messages, videos, sketches, and locations privately. FakeGirlfriend invites male singles seeking female companionship to create a unique “girlfriend.” Men using FakeGirlfriend receive computer-generated text messages to fool others into thinking they are in a serious relationship.

Innovations such as these will create new types of commercial sex intimacy that use technology, yet are still personal and customized. Sex workers will borrow from relationship innovations to enhance their own client interactions. For instance, sex workers may offer their regulars a paid personalized video or text service option in addition to a monthly romp. These personalized tech-driven services will make consumers believe they are engaged in actual relationships rather than economic transactions with sex workers.

3. Commercial sex will converge with pop-tech. Currently, the commercial sex sector is repurposing pop-tech (mainstream tech ideas) to make it sex-specific. Innovators within commercial sex are connecting current platforms to sex in everyday life. For instance, Offbeatr is a crowd-funding platform akin to Kickstarter, a funding company for adult projects. Snatchly, recently launched, is the adult pornographic version of Pinterest, a virtual pin board that allows for the social sharing of content. Both ideas evolved because mainstream platforms currently reject adult content. Popular technology will adapt to accommodate commercial sex needs that are not currently being met.

In the future, the line between mainstream and underground sex work will blur to the point of non-existence. Personalization technologies, artificial intelligence and privacy settings will make it easier for users to apply pop-tech platforms to meet their sexual needs. In fact, mainstream pop-tech will partner with sex- based services in order to create alternative revenue streams. Ratable and shareable online content available through popular technology will allow users to customize their own sex-based content. Individuals will get increasingly enhanced user experiences and personal security. At the same time, they will be able to see and store all of their favorite NSFW material on one platform that’s accessible from anywhere.

4. Sex work will be dependent on region. Even though technology has created digital bridges across the globe, sex-based services will continue to be different in the developed and developing regions of the world. In developed nations, technology will move sex work off the streets and into entrepreneurial ventures. This change will provide a safer and more stable work environment for sex workers, who will be empowered by technology to take ownership of their careers by using collaborative networks and online promotion for personal marketing. Sex workers will use tools to position themselves as businesswomen. They’ll be able to personally connect with potential clientele in a specific niche, instead of relying on a third party. By cutting pimps out of the loop, the sex workers will make more money — and increase their own freedom and safety as well.

Conversely, in developing regions such as Southeast Asia, men will continue to travel abroad to leave traditional Western “female empowerment” behind. The inequities between the developed and developing world that fuel the dark side of global sex tourism are unlikely to change any time soon. According to the Commission on AIDS in Asia, men who buy sex are driving Asia’s HIV epidemic. As a result, Asia stands to be the first region in the world in which governments will get serious about regulating working conditions for sex workers; and international organizations will make AIDS and STI prevention in developing regions such as Asia a priority.

5. Mainstream organizations will realize the economic value of commercial sex. Mainstream brands, governments and investment firms are aligning with commercial sex to not only attract consumer attention, but also to raise revenue. In 2011, PETA announced plans to launch an .xxx site to promote vegetarianism. In the past, the organization commissioned porn stars to film racy advertising segments about “Veggie Love.” Actresses were filmed engaging in naughty behavior with an assortment of veggies from celery to beets. Though the short was banned from the Super Bowl, the campaign went viral online.

Recently, Sony Entertainment partnered with Playboy’s Cybergirl Jo Garcia to launch its new PlayStation Vita, which is a handheld gaming device that can be used in conjunction with a PlayStation 3. Sex-specific investment firms like Ackrell Capital will continue to attract investors who want to reap the financial rewards associated with the commercial sex industry.


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Christina’s Favourite Item Of Fetish Wear (So Far This Week…) #BDSM #Fetish


This fabulous look features wide straps that keep you covered and highlight all the right places, leaving the back open and connected to suspenders for the full lingerie look. The high neck line features a metal ring with connecting chains and wrist cuffs, perfect for bringing some light restraint play into your look and letting your partner know what is in store. The mesh material will hug your figure perfectly and in no time you will be feeling sexy, powerful and gasping for what the night may bring.

It’s available from Bondara UK here and retails for £29.99!