What is Sensual Domination? - Definition from Kinkly: Sensual Domination Definition - Sensual domination is a new style of dominance which focuses on delighting all of the senses. When practising sensual…
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This Hands-Free Vibrator Could Close The Pleasure Gap In The Bedroom: Because why should sex end with his orgasm? Warning: This has cartoon pictures of vaginas and is NSFWish. although images of body parts seem to be inclusive, they do use terms “woman” to discuss folks w/vulvas. also heterosexist.
I Didn't Think I'd Blog Today .... But Misogyny Happened.: It’s 8pm. The day has been hot, humid, and unyielding. That’s actually a beautiful thing, but combined with not having bought sufficient bottled water and trucking through what I realize is …
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Can you give us some more information about your personal background - where you grew up? Where you’re from? I was raised in the Bronx (New York) and my family is from the Dominican Republic. My parents live in the Dominican Republic, and so I feel a strong connection to the island and all that it has to offer. How has your background informed the type of wo
“My father was from the generation that was lashed by Jim Crow laws and then brought the civil rights movement to its peak. He was also of the generation in which many African American artists and intellectuals left the United States to find refuge in Mexico.” - "Profile of an Afro-Latina: Black, Mexican, Both"—Maria Rosario Jackson (From “The Afro