If you’re reading this, chances are you’re more than a little confused. You may have come across the term on social media, or seen it on somebody’s dating profile. Maybe it’s been referenced on a Netflix show and you’ve been left wondering what on earth kitchen tables and polyamory have in common. Perhaps you’re even poly yourself and have no idea what… Read More »What is Kitchen Table Polyamory?
Dating and Relationships
If you’re reading this, chances are you have met a polyamorous person who has told you that they practice either hierarchical polyamory or non-hierarchical polyamory. Perhaps it’s in their bio on a dating site, or perhaps you’ve been on a couple of dates with someone and they’ve brought it up, and rather than ask them the bazillion questions you want… Read More »Hierarchical Polyamory vs. Non-Hierarchical Polyamory – What’s the Difference?
You may have noticed that a lot of the lingerie on this site contains the letters ‘DDLG’ in its description or title and be wondering what is DDLG? Perhaps you have never heard of it before, or maybe you have a vague idea of what DDLG is but don’t really understand what it’s all about. Well my lovelies, worry thee… Read More »What is DDLG? A DDLG Guide for Beginners
It has been very in-vogue in recent years for women to be submissive and proud. The 50 Shades of Grey books and films gave women the permission own their submissive sides, and the number of social media posts I see where young women are yelling from the rooftops about their desire to be choked and call their significant other ‘Daddy’… Read More »6 Amazing Benefits of Being in a Female-Led Relationship
9900 people typed ‘single on Valentine’s Day’ into Google last month. Thousands more typed in variants of that – ‘alone on Valentine’s Day,’ ‘how to survive Valentine’s day when you’re single’ etc. Clearly, being single on Valentine’s Day is a real problem for a lot of people, and the internet is choc full of ‘survival guides’ on how to get… Read More »So, You’re Single on Valentine’s Day? The Pep Talk You Didn’t Ask For But Need to Hear