herdirtylittleheart:

"There’s a level of… connectivity."

-The Most Astounding Fact, Neil deGrasse Tyson

Wanting What He Wants

quickienewyork:

“He wants to fuck me up the ass,” she said, lying in my bed. We had fucked for a half hour and were staring out at the city with smiles on our faces.

“Don’t tell me that,” I moaned, my hand sliding down her back. “Are you going to let him?”

“Why shouldn’t I tell you that? What do you care what…

chocolattabrides:

Beautiful

kinkycasey:

I miss baby talk.

I even miss how embarrassed I get

When I admit how much I love it

to a strong, Dominant, and intimidating man.

Replace queer for man in this sentence and yes. Yes, please.

davidhiltonphoto:

Avalanches

St. Petersburg, Florida

submissivefeminist:

sterndaddy:

Need a girl that wants this. My sadistic side has been itching to come out and play.

I love this so much. I love asking my Dominant to hit me during sex.

— Anonymous: Any fun ideas or things to try/say/do for a rape scene? Planning one with my partner, with only anal sex and other small things, any ideas? it would be helpful! Thx

nankingdecade:

It’s really hard to give recommendations without knowing what you two are into, what limits/triggers you have, and what sort of “vibe” you want to get out of the scene. Off the top of my head I’ll brainstorm a general taxonomy of rape scenes for a male top/ female bottom situation. Please keep in mind that most of these are problematic and potentially triggering so make sure you go over with your partner everything that you plan to do.

Stranger danger rape: This mimics the concept of a predator lurking for victims, a criminal who snatches a woman into an alley at night and rapes her. Some good things would be the use of physical force, twisting her arms behind her, pinning her against a wall or bed, covering her mouth with a hand, growling “You pretty little thing,” “I bet your pussy tastes delicious,” or other generally creepy things into her ear.

Abduction rape: A little more sophisticated than simple stranger danger, with the villain a little more prepared. Maybe in the story he’s got an unmarked van or maybe he works for the mafia or maybe he’s a serial killer with a basement dungeon. Good things to use would be zip ties, duct tape, cuffs, rope, spreader bars, etc.

Rape as a weapon: Maybe you’re interrogating a prisoner or maybe you’re a soldier terrorizing a enemy population. Either way, rape is just a means to an end. You can taunt your partner about the war, the questions she’s not answering, etc. One time I was doing a Russian Civil War roleplay with a partner and I called her a “worthless Bolshevik whore.”

Softcore consensual nonconsent: If your partner is not into role playing rape scenarios but enjoys squirming and saying No while you overpower her, it can just be pretend-rape in the abstract. Some bondage and struggling could be good and you can tell her how you’ll just take what you want from her or tease her about how she should admit she likes it.

Date rape/Intimate partner violence: Maybe your partner likes the idea of being coerced into sex by a boyfriend, date, husband, etc. Maybe Daddy likes to rough up his little girls every once in a while. One time, my girlfriend wanted me to pretend to be a drunk husband who comes home and demands sex and won’t take no for an answer. That was a really hot roleplay, and no actual alcohol was involved in the production of that scene.

Blackmail: No force required, but you can pretend that you’re a stalker, an organized crime kingpin or just a neighbor who knows one too many secrets, maybe involving embarrassing photographs. You could also be a boss threatening to withhold a promotion.

Drug sex: I’ve never tried this with any of my partners, but I’ve heard of other people who have used substances to simulate lowered inhibitions or lack of consent during sex, to good effect. Obviously this has to be negotiated beforehand and carefully planned. Possible options include alcohol, NyQuil/sleeping pills, diethyl ether, etc.

Slut shaming rape: Can be used in combination with any of the above, and involves riffing on patriarchal tropes about sluts who “deserve” to get raped. There’s a lot of good potential for dirty talk here: “If you didn’t want Daddy to rape you, maybe you shouldn’t have worn a dress like that,” “That’s what you get for being a tease,” etc.

Communicate, stay safe, and have fun! And remember—the only way to ethically indulge in fantasies that have harmful real-world analogs is to shoulder a greater burden of responsibility in terms of being self-aware and willing to critically examine what it is about these kinks that make them so problematic.

asolitarycomfort:

David Hamilton

chandelierfear:

herdirtylittleheart:

"hold me close…"
(it was just a whisper)

Aww. Their skin reminds me of Daddy and I.

— Anonymous: Any fun ideas or things to try/say/do for a rape scene? Planning one with my partner, with only anal sex and other small things, any ideas? it would be helpful! Thx

nankingdecade:

It’s really hard to give recommendations without knowing what you two are into, what limits/triggers you have, and what sort of “vibe” you want to get out of the scene. Off the top of my head I’ll brainstorm a general taxonomy of rape scenes for a male top/ female bottom situation. Please keep in mind that most of these are problematic and potentially triggering so make sure you go over with your partner everything that you plan to do.

Stranger danger rape: This mimics the concept of a predator lurking for victims, a criminal who snatches a woman into an alley at night and rapes her. Some good things would be the use of physical force, twisting her arms behind her, pinning her against a wall or bed, covering her mouth with a hand, growling “You pretty little thing,” “I bet your pussy tastes delicious,” or other generally creepy things into her ear.

Abduction rape: A little more sophisticated than simple stranger danger, with the villain a little more prepared. Maybe in the story he’s got an unmarked van or maybe he works for the mafia or maybe he’s a serial killer with a basement dungeon. Good things to use would be zip ties, duct tape, cuffs, rope, spreader bars, etc.

Rape as a weapon: Maybe you’re interrogating a prisoner or maybe you’re a soldier terrorizing a enemy population. Either way, rape is just a means to an end. You can taunt your partner about the war, the questions she’s not answering, etc. One time I was doing a Russian Civil War roleplay with a partner and I called her a “worthless Bolshevik whore.”

Softcore consensual nonconsent: If your partner is not into role playing rape scenarios but enjoys squirming and saying No while you overpower her, it can just be pretend-rape in the abstract. Some bondage and struggling could be good and you can tell her how you’ll just take what you want from her or tease her about how she should admit she likes it.

Date rape/Intimate partner violence: Maybe your partner likes the idea of being coerced into sex by a boyfriend, date, husband, etc. Maybe Daddy likes to rough up his little girls every once in a while. One time, my girlfriend wanted me to pretend to be a drunk husband who comes home and demands sex and won’t take no for an answer. That was a really hot roleplay, and no actual alcohol was involved in the production of that scene.

Blackmail: No force required, but you can pretend that you’re a stalker, an organized crime kingpin or just a neighbor who knows one too many secrets, maybe involving embarrassing photographs. You could also be a boss threatening to withhold a promotion.

Drug sex: I’ve never tried this with any of my partners, but I’ve heard of other people who have used substances to simulate lowered inhibitions or lack of consent during sex, to good effect. Obviously this has to be negotiated beforehand and carefully planned. Possible options include alcohol, NyQuil/sleeping pills, diethyl ether, etc.

Slut shaming rape: Can be used in combination with any of the above, and involves riffing on patriarchal tropes about sluts who “deserve” to get raped. There’s a lot of good potential for dirty talk here: “If you didn’t want Daddy to rape you, maybe you shouldn’t have worn a dress like that,” “That’s what you get for being a tease,” etc.

Communicate, stay safe, and have fun! And remember—the only way to ethically indulge in fantasies that have harmful real-world analogs is to shoulder a greater burden of responsibility in terms of being self-aware and willing to critically examine what it is about these kinks that make them so problematic.

M