As British “Lucky” Paul states, “Aftercare can make a good scene great, and great scene go wrong” and so he’s here to share some helpful thoughts on pre-planning to ensure that aftercare is not an ‘after-thought’.
Since everyone’s aftercare needs are different and both tops and bottoms need aftercare, it follows that they may not always be able to provide aftercare for each other. Lucky Albatross presents a solution in part two: using a different person who is better equipped and can be trusted to give the aftercare that is needed for either party. She talks about how best to communicate and provide for the different needs and also some strategies in case you have to do without.
Kitty Stryker discusses various aspects of aftercare in part three: the logistics, different desires, necessities, communication/negotiation, and more. She offers many practical tips to help improve your post-sexual experiences with your partner(s).
Experiencing the intense physical and psychological sensations and energy exchange of kinky scenes can leave the individuals feeling a wide range of emotions when it’s all over. That’s the time for aftercare, and as Princess Kali explains, both the bottom (or submissive) and the Top (or Dominant) should have their needs considered and cared for.
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Annie and Scotty begin to explore the many ways that the submissive woman can eroticize a power exchange relationship with a dominant man. They talk about the way this kind of role play can release inhibitions and allow the woman to freely explore her more “slutty” side. Annie enthusiastically shares that Being the object of desire for a powerful man is quite a trip.
Scotty tackles the other side of the dom/sub equation. He stresses that this is role play, not an excuse to be an asshole to women in everyday life. With the consent and negotiation of a willing submissive female, Scotty happily endorses bringing out the dominant aspects of your sexual appetite.
They talk about role-playing the fantasy of “consensual nonconsent” in part two, focusing on the most important tool for that kind of play: the safeword. It’s important to have an understanding of this concept and how to use it is a key part of a good power exchange relationship.
While it can be fun to indulge in the idea of not having any say in what happens to you, the reality is that you are responsible for yourself on a very basic level. They explain how to engage that responsibility while still keeping the play hot and sexy for both of you.
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