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    Soror 64’s Guide To Gender Neutral Honorifics

    We have Mr, Ms, and Mrs, but what should nonbinary or those ascribing to more neutral identities use? You’ve probably heard of “Mx” by now as the most prominent honorific used by nonbinary people. Pronounced “mix.” You would write “Mx. Eidson” and pronounce it “Mix Eidson.” I have also seen people pronounce “Mx” as “miz”…

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    The Philosophies of Safety in BDSM

    There are many different philosophies behind staying safe in the dungeon or in the bedroom. I’ve heard people say stuff like, “I don’t care what you do as long as you’re not hurting anybody.” This is an instant red flag for me. This sort of philosophy does not differentiate hurt from harm. It also implies…

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    Look At This Thelemic Chest Harness

    I see a lot of chest harnesses for the inverted pentagram, leggings with pentagrams, and all sorts of pentagrams all over the place. I think it’s time to see more unicursal hexagrams in the artistic commercial sphere. A friend sent me this link today and I just had to share it with everyone. You might…

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  • Ritual of the Blind Orphan

    Sensory deprivation is a trend that’s taking off, and I have seen advertisements for “sensory deprivation chambers” where they let you float in water for thirty minutes with little to no outside sounds. It’s supposed to be therapeutic. This ritual is mostly based off sensory deprivation and experiences I’ve had doing experimental sensory deprivation scenes…

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  • The Slippery World of Kink Shaming

    Over the years I have seen the term, “kinkshaming” enter our lexicon. Someone says they really like something, and someone jokingly says: “Don’t kinkshame me!” I am all for kink acceptance, and I am a big proponent of, “Your kink is not my kink and that’s OK.” However, what I’ve been noticing is that people…

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  • The Intersection of Gnosis and Kink

    Many ceremonial magick authors suggest practicing yoga so as to control your mind, and to be in a constant state of meditation. It helps you to create the psychodrama. The idea in general is that you want to be in some sort of trance while performing. However, there are various forms of gnosis.   Peter…

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    Liber Visvicis: A D/s Collaring Ceremony

    In BDSM culture, it is commonplace to have a short ritual in a D/s relationship for a collaring ceremony. This ritual is intended for D/s couples who are interested in a somewhat Thelemic collaring ceremony, however it can also be enjoyed by those not familiar with Thelema It does borrow heavily from Qabbalistic symbolism as well…

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