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Truth Is Better Than Fiction

Truth Is Better Than Fiction
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The temptation to make something up when confronted with questions about your kink can be strong, but most often, the truth in some form is better than trying to get away with the little white lie.

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Estoril  

You also can say that you spend the weekend at home cleaning the house or watching TV or a DVD. That should settle it.

12/30/2011

The true may hurts but that is some think i need to hear.

01/05/2012
Jaeleen  

Excellent article! I forwarded it to all my Bondassage practitioners ...

01/18/2012

Very interesting

02/27/2012

I would have to agree we have been in hardware stores that we were looking for rope, and wood to make an x prop to be tied to and when asked what the rope was for. We would comment to beat me with or tie me up and most laugh it off as yeah right your not like that. It's more like yes, we are like that you don't know us as well as you thought you did. Started getting in to a bit of the light BDSM about a year and a half ago. It is something that he always wanted to do with his partner, but all have been close minded. Me a little apprehensive about trying, but trusting my partner I have permitted him to go farther. I am quite surprised that I actually would enjoy this type of behavior. Don't knock it until you try it, keep an open mind and go lightly and slowly to warm up to it, then you can begin to add more into your play.

04/22/2012

Good article.

05/11/2012

Great article.

07/11/2012
Pudyqat  

Rope and hardware stores -- reminds me of 50 Shades of Grey!

09/09/2012

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