Oh, golly, there are a bunch of different ways to go about it, I suppose. FetLife and other forums (maybe Reddit?) can be good resources if you prefer the idea of a stranger to an acquaintance or friend.
Most of the group sex I’ve engaged in has been spontaneous, so I think the first thing to do before looking for a playmate is set some guidelines and share boundaries with your partner. It saves a lot of grief to discuss beforehand things like what would turn you on and what would make you uncomfortable. Thoughts on kissing, cuddling, penetration, oral sex, rough play, dirty talk, toys, protection, foreplay, and the aftermath would be best established early on. That way, when the opportunity presents itself, you and your partner will be on the same page and able to communicate those needs with whomever you choose to invite into your session.
Even after setting boundaries, some heavy emotions can be stoked by such a different, exciting experience. Things may not go the way you’ve fantasized. Try to go into it with no expectations, communicate with your partner, and accommodate (or compromise with) your playmate.
Hope this helped, sorry if it was long-winded. ^///^
ugghh i’m so horny and fidgety and it’s SO DISTRACTING.
I want lady-friend time. And dom time. And group sex time. I WANT ALL THE THINGS.
My phone camera is so ridiculously fucked, but I kinda enjoy the grainy-blurry-pixelly aesthetic. Kinda.
I post a bunch of shameless gpoys on my personal blog but mostly don’t put them here because I figured who the fuck cares.
sooooo if you like I could post em here too if y’all were interested, but, y’know, tits and stuff too. Lemme know.
I hope senpai notices me… ^///^
The movie must be even more fascinating,you should really take some nice ideas of how to make your baby girl scream like never before gentlemen…
this is exactly why the 50 shades movie is dangerous
not only is the sex in the book incredibly tame and vanilla (they almost never use the word vagina or ass….just “down there”), but the bdsm that is portrayed is abusive and dangerous and yet people are taking it as an example of what to do in the bedroom
I don’t like using this blog as a soap box for personal issues, but I feel the need to make an exception due to the subject matter.
Please, PLEASE, do not associate the relationship portrayed in this film, or the book series, with a healthy BDSM relationship. Ignoring safe words and boundaries is not sexy, it’s frightening. Manipulating your partner’s emotions isn’t romantic, it’s abusive. The BDSM lifestyle is about trust and security; causing emotional or physical pain without consent is selfish and ugly, no matter how many artistic camera shots you filter it through.