"People with a strangulation fetish don’t wander the streets looking for victims, and women who fantasise about rape scenarios don’t actually want to be raped. Fantasies are just fantasies, to be acted out in our imaginations or in safe environments with like-minded, consenting adults. Law-makers and prosecutors have the right to regulate the things we do in public, but their willingness to police and censor the dream worlds of our gloriously kinky imaginations is far more sinister than any Nazi-themed BDSM orgy."
Why do we let the Prudocracy police our sexual fantasies? (via sexisnottheenemy)
Of course it’s always important to examine your kinks. If it involves fetishizing people or in other ways are dangerous or oppressive you need to look at them and you may find they are based on feelings or thoughts you have that aren’t okay and that are something you need to work on as a person.
"Someday, someone is going to look at you like you’re the best thing in the world."
— (via krazybeautifull)
(Source: sparksflywithyou, via valeria2067)
Time to be honest.
There is nothing sexier than “Past the Point of No Return” from The Phantom of the Opera.
Who needs foreplay when you have that song?