Cara Sutra’s Blog

Welcome to Cara Sutra’s Blog, where you can enjoy erotic writing, sexuality chat, sex and relationship advice, sex toy reviews and a whole lot more. 

Cara Sutra's Blog

There are writer features in the Sex Blogger and Erotic Author spotlight series, guest vibrator and bedroom product reviews with the Pleasure Panel at the Cara Sutra forum, Stampy Pants Rants by Cara Sutra and 100% original erotica written for you to perv in public or private…

“I couldn’t disguise the sexual hunger I felt as I admired her gorgeous breasts. Perfect shape, size… and her small pink nipples already hard and puckered. I lowered my head as she raised hers and took one of her nipples between finger and thumb, rolling it gently between them, as my tongue swirled over the bumpy areola of the other. The flat of my tongue first, then the tip flicking quickly for maximum sensation. Then swapping sides and rolling her now wet nipple between my fingers as I sucked and lapped at the other. The moans she was emitting above me were spurring me to continue…”
– Read more in Girl Date: The First Fuck Is The Sweetest

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Cancer Awareness Months Like Movember Have Limited Benefit

By Cara Sutra:
Cancer has not only affected my own close family, but also the lives of many friends. It’s an evil beast – completely dispassionate and non-discriminatory about who it strikes, when, and how. Cancer awareness months seem, on the face of it, a great idea. I feel they have a limited benefit though. Unless you also donate.

Scarlett Delage: Erotic Author Spotlight Series

Scarlett Delage:
Without any ceremony, the man walked forward, grabbed hold of the Abess’ hair with his hand and roughly shoved his penis between her lips, shoving it so far in she began to choke, but the man seemed not to care and began to thrust himself in and out of the kneeling woman’s mouth. As he did so he began to talk…

New LoveArc Harnesses For Doxy Wands & Flared Base Dildos

By Cara Sutra:
The LoveArc is such an ingenious bedroom accessory. You can find more info and loads of photos in my 2015 review, but as an overview it’s a beautiful, smooth, brushed aluminium arch to which you can attach suction base dildos to ride them easily, comfortably and hands-free. And now there’s even more ways to enjoy your LoveArc, with the new LoveArc harnesses for Doxy Wands and flared base dildos.

Do You Feel Guilty About Secret Sadistic Desires?

By Cara Sutra:
“I’m a vicious sadist – and I secretly harbour cruel, sadistic desires.”
It sounds like the opening line in some sort of therapy group for criminals, doesn’t it? However, there are plenty of people out there who have sadistic desires in a consensual, power exchange way. Do you identify as a sadist in the BDSM community? Do you ever feel guilty about your sadistic desires?

Is Shower Sex Worth The Hassle?

By Cara Sutra:
I’ve had some fantastic shower sex in the past. I’ve also had some pretty naff shower sex, and some shower sex which has been, quite frankly, dangerous. I’ve been thinking about shower sex recently because we’ve just moved into a sparkly new house, and have a couple of showers… one in the en-suite, and one over-bath in the family bathroom. Along with nostalgic memories of shower fun I’ve been thinking something else, too.

BDSM: When Communication Stops After Consent

By Giles English:
In the ideal kinky world, everybody talks before and after doing power exchange: “Communicate, communicate, communicate.”
It’s the standard expectation in the BDSM community, where refusing to talk about kink is a red flag.
And yes, communicating about kink feels like a no-brainer. How else will you both make sure that everything is safe and consensual?

You Don’t Have To Pay Creative Freelancers Who Love Their Job (& Other Bullshit Myths)

By Cara Sutra:
Inexplicably, when you’re freelance/run your own business/work from home/work in a creative niche such as professional blogging, copywriting or marketing, some businesses feel that paying you for your work is just an option, not a requirement. Requesting payment for skilled creative work such as marketing and copywriting can give rise to attitudes anywhere from surprise and reluctance, to offence and flat refusal.