I submitted a story I wrote to Literotica. You can read it here.
More than two decades later, filmmakers could really learn from The Addams Family and show us kinky couples who are also consensual, loving, and respectful.
No one would ever try to argue that Disney love stories are realistic portrayals of the ups and downs and trials and tribulations of relationships. Their fairy tale happy endings are what make them so endearing, but they definitely don’t set proper expectations for dating in the real world. A prince is probably not going to come wake you up from sleep with an enchanted kiss while woodland creatures serenade you. But, there are some relationship lessons I have recently realized Disney imparted on me — and they’re the least likely of all.
Let’s see what Disney characters can teach us about healthy multi-partner relationships…
Long-distance relationships of all kinds are more and more prevalent thanks to technology. Keeping in touch is easier than ever before… but sometimes it’s the lack of touch that makes these relationships difficult. Long-distance sex is totally possible, and it can even be totally fulfilling. I’m going to talk about some long-distance sex hacks using technology. Let’s talk about some long-distance sex hacks using technology.
“I’m in a relationship where my partner is not interested in BDSM, but I am. My partner has decided that they’re okay with me going to someone to help me with my needs. The problem is I don’t know how to do this!” I can help! First we’ll talk about what to consider before engaging in a BDSM relationship, and then we’ll talk about finding one.
We already talked about ways to hide your sex toys in plain sight by using household objects and even exercise equipment. This is great advice… except for if you’re living with parents or roommates and you don’t want to repurpose stuff they use! Living together will mean we know where things are, but we’ll still want to hide our very-obviously-for-sex equipment. Let’s take a look at some options for discreet and designated stashing!
We’ve talked about masturbation on Offbeat Home and Offbeat Bride before. We’re familiar with solo sex here. But what if you no longer live solo? “Easy,” I thought when thinking about how my sex life would change when my boyfriend and I finally moved in together. “Sex whenever/however/wherever we want. This is, as far as I can tell, the only reason anyone moves in together at all ever.” And more or less, this has proven true. Except sometimes… I want, and he doesn’t. And other times… I want very specifically to do my thing alone.
I was in a BDSM relationship with a married person whose partner was aware of our relationship. I’ve reflected on it and I’ve come to understand what could have been done better so that it could have worked for all parties involved.