It’s almost a month since Eroticon, and only now am I getting around to writing about my incredible experience there. At least, this post is about the confidence and inspiration Eroticon has given me. It’s also about myself secret superhero identity, as a sex blogger…
My list of ideas for blog posts has never been longer, but writing any of them seems impossible today. It’s not just anxiety that’s preventing me from concentrating, though I imagine that’s part of it. Today I am craving human touch, and I hope in writing this I can move on and focus on other things.
When the first March Kink of the Week prompt was revealed, I was excited. Edging is something that has definitely featured in my fantasies, and I anticipated being able to weave some of those thoughts into a piece of erotica. What I hadn’t anticipated was how fast the first weeks of March rushed by – so quickly, in fact, that I’m writing this on the last day of the prompt, on the way to Eroticon!
… now bend me over the kitchen table and beat me with your belt.
Don’t, obviously. Not without my consent. However, if we’ve discussed and negotiated you strapping me, then please – I would love some impact play today. There’s one other thing though, that if you’re going to do any sort of kink or sex with me you need to understand, is that because I’m a submissive woman doesn’t mean I’m not a feminist.
There are only fifteen days until Eroticon, and I am super excited! If I haven’t done things like
decide what pretty underwear I should wearbook trains to London yet, it’s only because I cannot believe that I actually did sign up for this crazy adventure, and it hasn’t quite sunk in how close it actually is. However, seeing as it is only fifteen days away, it’s time to join in with the virtual meet and greet!
Scratching is not a kink I’ve explored, though it is a kink I would like to play with… I think. I’m not sure I’m doing Kink of the Week right, because I’m actually linking kink to mental health, meaning that today I’m going to talk about non-sexy sex-ness. First, however, I’d like to add a content warning for quite explicit description of mental health and self-harm.