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Erotic humiliation is a wonderful technique for those who have the ability to handle such a practice. Be forewarned, those with some past issues might have difficulty with this concept. However, for the majority, erotic humiliation is a method for stressing the power difference in a relationship.

Physical humiliation is the act of increasing eroticism by physically embarrassing a sub. Under this technique, the idea is to make him/her do things he or she normally would not do. One such idea is to have that person wear extremely revealing clothing. Another is to have him or her leave the door open while changing in a public dressing room. Example such as these all enhance the D/s interaction.

In my newest publication, Erotic Humiliation I detail the different aspects of physical humiliation. We can further enhance the experience by implementing verbal humiliation. The idea is to re-emphasize a sub’s place and the power that is wielded over him or her. For those who can handle it, some like to get pretty extreme with this concept.

As always, I stress safety first. However, this is one of the most enjoyable techniques that I know. It can be something that is put in just for a scene or it can be the basis for a relationship. Those involved in M/s find this to be a must for their interaction.

Try this technique out the next time you want to improve your BDSM play. I can promise that you love it.

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Are men more promiscuous than women? Is semen low-carb? Do Black men have bigger penises? Forget what you’ve heard, we’re about to separate frisky fact from fiction and put some sex myths to bed.

10. Men are more promiscuous than women.

False. Shocking to some women as it may be, a study published in The Journal of Sex Research that was conducted by Terri Fisher, an associate professor of psychology at Ohio State University’s Mansfield campus, and Michele Alexander, an assistant professor of psychology at the University of Maine, suggests that women may be just as promiscuous as men – they’re just not as open and honest about it. According to many surveys, men more often than not report engaging in sex at an earlier age and claim they have more sexual partners than women do. Fisher says, “Women (on the other hand) are more sensitive to social expectations for their sexual behavior and may be less than totally honest when asked about their behavior in some survey conditions.”

9. Women don’t like porn.

False. A 2006 study carried out by researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis measured brainwave activity of men and women as they viewed both erotic and non-erotic images and found that the female participant’s responses to pictures of partially clad couples posing seductively were similar to their male counterparts, proving that women like porn pics too.

8. Drinking pineapple juice can make your semen taste better.

True, but there is no guarantee. While semen is considered scientifically neutral as it has a pH of 7.2 to 8.0 and is largely composed of fructose (sugar), many women complain that the taste of it is bitter and salty. This is largely because of what the man eats. Sperm is affected by what you eat, just like all secretions of the body. Many women have reported their man’s semen tasting better when they consume fruits that are high in natural sugars such as pineapple, papaya, cranberry, melons, mangos, apples and grapes, which offset the bitter taste.

7. You can become addicted to web porn.

True, but the risk is low. MensHealth.com reports that “only 1 percent of all people who check out internet porn will become addicted, but adds if you’re sporting a ring, be careful: 38 percent of addicts are married.”

6. Men think about sex every seven seconds.

False. According to the Kinsey Institute, 54 percent of men think about sex every day or several times a day, 43 percent a few times per month or per week and 4 percent less than once a month. On a side note, the Kinsey Institute also reported that 19 percent of women think about sex every day or several times a day, 67 percent a few times per month or a few times per week and 14 percent less than once a month.

5. Men reach their sexual peak at 18 and women reach theirs at 28.

True, to a certain extent. In regards to sexual hormones, a man’s testosterone peaks at age 18 and a woman’s estrogen in her mid to late 20s. “But peak hormones don’t mean peak sexual performance,” says Marc Goldstein, M.D., a professor of reproductive medicine and urology at Cornell University‘s Weill Medical College.

4. Semen is low-carb.

False. Semen is largely composed of fructose (sugar) and enzymes, so sticking to an oral sex-only diet in order to fit into that bikini is probably not a good idea this summer.

3. Most women orgasm through intercourse alone.

False. Sure, the penis is enough to get some girls off, but according to Dr. Elisabeth A. Lloyd, a philosopher of science and professor at Indiana University and author of “The Case of the Female Orgasm: Bias in the Science of Evolution,” only a small percentage of women experience orgasms often or very often during sexual intercourse. Stimulating the clitoris during intercourse greatly increases the chance of orgasm, due to the simple fact that the sole function of the clitoris is to induce sexual pleasure.

2. Black men have bigger penises.

True, according to a study mentioned by iVillage.com contributor Tracey Cox. The study, she says, states not only are Black guys’ penises bigger, but they’re thicker too. The study revealed the following stats: Asian men were smallest, averaging four inches to five and a half inches, Caucasians came next with six inches and the penises of Black men reportedly measured six and a half to eight inches long.

1. Green M&Ms make you horny.

False, unless they do. Then that’s totally awesome.

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This is something that we discussed a few times on this blog. It is one of the main components of many BDSM relationships. The majority of interactions, whether it is a single scene or a long term relationship, has this as a part of the play. It is a wonderful way to create the hierarchy that is necessary in any BDSM interaction.

Erotic humiliation is the act of verbally or physically embarrassing another. It is a technique that many Doms/Masters utilize for added pleasure. This is also something that I found many subs enjoy. As mentioned, it is a way that the Dom/Master asserts more control.

Calling one names that are degrading is something that is not condoned within our society. People are taught from a young age to not let others treat them in this manner. That all changes within the BDSM community. There are many who enjoy the degrading treatment which comes from a Dom/Master. To them, it can be a badge of honor.

Submission is something that most cannot understand. Many who look at our way of life from the outside cannot understand how one can give his or her power to another. Of course, anyone who submitted understands completely. Along those lines, many subs enjoy being called terms which are considered degrading by those on the outside. It is added stimulation for both partners. Personally, I like the feeling of control which comes from calling one such “taboo” terms. I imagine the subs feel the same way from the opposite perspective.

As you know by now, I am big on safety. The mental makeup of a sub is very important before engaging in this form of play. If one is not stable mentally, it is best to avoid this entirely. The line between play and degradation will get blurred if she is not of sound mind. This is something reserved only for those who can handle it.

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As we mentioned repeatedly, the world of BDSM is varied and diverse. There are many avenues for one to pursue. However, whatever your choice might be, do not expect others outside the lifestyle to understand. There are certain things pertaining to this way of life that are beyond comprehension by those who are not involved. Part of this stems from the inability to articulate why we do some of the things that we do.

This misunderstanding can also occur within the lifestyle. There are so many facets that it gets difficult to comprehend some of what others do. For me, I still cannot grasp the concept of submission. I am a Dom so this is to be expected. Theoretically, I get the inner need to serve another. Yet the feeling obviously eludes me. The same can occur when a sub/slave encounters a “pain slut”. One who enjoys pain is foreign to those who do not. It is a stark difference within the lifestyle.

I had the experience of trying to explain to one outside this way of life why a slave does what she does. The end result was that this woman did not understand. Fortunately, I did not expect her to . I knew that this was something that was beyond her grasp. Her viewpoint matches that held by 99% of the women out there. However, the 1% (Or whatever the percentage is) who are slaves understand completely.

I wrote in past it is often best to not mention one’s choice of entering into BDSM. Sadly, it is something that is still misunderstood. This is especially true for anyone who is involved in the M/s aspect of this life. That is the reason why I wrote An Owned Life, in an effort to clear up some misconception. Nevertheless, there is still a stigma that is applied to those who live this way.

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