This May, Allure is going to be celebrating kink by rolling out stories on various kinky behaviors, such as balloon fetishes, impact play, and golden showers. Sex under the sheets between married cis men and women has been hogging the spotlight for several thousand years or so, and we wanted to continue expanding the scope of our sex coverage. In case you want a primer before we truly kick things off, kink refers to any sexual activity that falls outside of society-approved heteronormative standards. Most of us are somewhat kinky, others are vanilla, and some of us are proud freaky perverts with fetishes galore and a passion for BDSM, so let’s talk about a few of the kinks and fetishes I’ll be taking you through in-depth during Kink Month.

For those who are new to the kink scene (hi, welcome), a fetish refers to an attraction to an object — say, balloons. It can also refer to an attraction to a specific part of the body, such as a foot fetish. BDSM stands for bondage, discipline, sadism, and masochism, and refers to an erotic power exchange in which one partner is dominant and the other is submissive. People into BDSM do fun things such as strike their partner with a flogger or beg their domme to pee on them.

We all deserve to be kinky and proud and to learn about possible new sexual interests (like whips, floggers, and golden showers). As with any conversation surrounding sex, it’s also important to note that you can date whomever you want and do whatever you like with them as long as all parties are consenting — we won’t judge as long as you don’t judge the kind folks who explain how to safely urinate on your sub or talk about why they find balloons so sexy. We’ll be linking to all our kinky articles below. Pick a safe word. See you soon!

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Pick a Safe word, it’s Kink month May by Sophie Saint Thomas

May 1, 2019