Dildonics is a nickname for electronic sex toys that can be controlled by a computer. These toys can be controlled remotely by someone else. Newer devices, known as teledildonics, integrate this idea with the concept of internet of things, creating sex toys that could be made to activate in accordance
Douching refers to using a jet of water to clean a body part, usually the vagina or anus. Douches can come in many shapes, but they all serve the same purpose: sending a pressured stream of warm water into the orifice. The action of douching can itself be pleasurable, but
Erogenous Zone refers to a body part or area of skin that can be stimulated to generate a sexual response. While most erogenous zones are located around or at the genitals, different people may have experience sexual arousal and even orgasms from the stimulation of different body parts. Known erogenous zones
Etiquette refers to rules of conduct you should follow while visiting dungeons or taking part in a fetish scene. These places are meant to allow people to explore their sexuality, and one person misbehaving can turn what should be an eye-opening experience into an awful one. Touching or taking pictures without
Exhibitionism refers to getting aroused by exposing oneself or performing sexual acts in public. without consent both Exhibitionism and Voyeurism (which refers to the act of observing an unsuspecting person in the process of disrobing or engaging in sexual activity) can be treated as felonies by law. legal outlets for both fetishes where there is
What is Masochism? Masochism is often one of the key components of BDSM, with many translations of the acronym attributing the ‘M’ to Masochism. It is defined as one’s tendency or desire to derive pleasure, most often or especially sexual gratification, from pain, humiliation, or other forms of degradation. Most
The term Sadism derives from the name of 18th-century French writer Marquis de Sade, who wrote about violent sexual fantasies and spent time in prison for the mistreatment of prostitutes. Sadism is the tendency to obtain pleasure from inflicting physical or emotional pain on others. In the BDSM community, a
Safe, Sane and Consensual are the three keywords that define proper BDSM conduct. Safe refers to the means one should take to avoid risks during BDSM play, like using a safeword. Sane refers to the approach one should have while participating in BDSM activities – namely being reasonable and realistic.