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By Cara Sutra & Friends

Erotic Writing and ArticlesHere you can read informative & entertaining articles pertaining to all aspects of sexuality & adult interest.

As well as opinion pieces and sex advice articles written by Cara Sutra such as this popular piece on rape fantasy and rapeplay, you can enjoy articles written by the talented & experienced Cara Sutra columnists:

Cameryn Moore

“Folks tell me all the time: “I don’t know how to talk dirty.” Not, “I’d like to learn to do it better,” but, “I don’t know how to do it at all.” Or they say it about their partner: “They’re just so quiet. How do I get them to talk a little?” So this month, I want to look at starting from scratch with dirty talk.”
– Dirty Talk Tips With Quiet People And The People Who Love Them

Hella Rude

“Until recent years, prostate play was considered to be a purely homosexual or fetishistic act – a bit of bum fun came with a plethora of connotations that have been falling away as discussing sexuality becomes more en vogue. These days more men are encroaching on the forbidden pleasure zone and with valid reason; it’s a pretty good pathway to a superhuman orgasm.”
– How Do I Give My Boyfriend / Husband / Man a Prostate Massage?

Jon Pressick

“While we are surrounded by a plethora of smells, those aromas particular to sex and our desires for certain people are entirely unique in our noses. Think about perfume and perspiration, cologne and cum. Strike up a conversation in room full of people and you’ll likely be surprised by what people enjoy, handle and dislike the scent of, when it comes to sex.”
– A Rose By Any Other Name: Sensual Scents

Victoria Blisse

“Where is the spanking taking place? How easy will it be for the spankee to stay still? It’s these little details which will make your scene all the more realistic. If you want a long, session with the submissive in the same position you’re going to need to get them comfortable…”
– Punish Your Readers… With Sensational Spanking Erotica

Mel MacFarlane

“For those who haven’t heard of it before, pegging involves a heterosexual (or bisexual) man being anally penetrated by a female wearing a strap on dildo. Described as one of the most fulfilling and intimate experiences that a couple can engage in, pegging and harness play is a practice which continues to go from strength to strength.”
– Strap On Sex Tips: How A Woman Can Get Pleasure From Pegging

Zak Jane Keir

“Sucking off your submissive can be an amazing, delicious, mindblowing powertrip. Of course dominance doesn’t HAVE to contain any sexual, actual-genital-contact, intimate stuff at all: there’s no One True Way, but sometimes doing the unexpected and unusual in the context of a scene can boost it to a totally different level.”
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Anatomy Of A Personal Erotic Myth – One Woman’s Awakening | Part 1

By Galen Fous:
Many have asked to understand more about what exactly a Personal Erotic Myth (PEM) is, and how I work with client’s desiring to come to terms with their erotic desires in a conscious way. To help get a better understanding of this process, I am offering here glimpses from a case study, over the course of three sessions with a recent client.

How To Turn A Reluctant Partner Into Christian Grey

By Mel MacFarlane:
For those who are enchanted by the romance between Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey, a reluctant partner proves somewhat of a challenge. My inbox is full of disappointed lovers hoping for the Christian Grey bedroom experience, but struggling with their hapless partner who is quite clearly feeling the pressure.

Puspus Girl: Sex Blogger Spotlight Series

Puspus Girl:
Puspus Girl is a regular reviewer for the Pleasure Panel, but did you know she also writes at her own blog? This week the sex blogger spotlight shines on this lovely lady from Finland. Find out why Puspus started her sex blog, what inspires and motivates her, as well as some of her favourite sex bloggers & sex toys too.

Growing Acceptance of Sex Toys in India

By Aleena M Reyes:
When people think of India they may think that a place where the Kamasutra originated must be a huge believer in free and open sex with any consenting adults, right? Not quite. Contrary to western belief, the ancient Hindu text was a life manual that detailed the way a person should live their life both inside and outside of the bedroom.