Submission vs domination

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You’re probably now all aware of the fact that Hekate’s Passage features some lighter BDSM, lighter BDSM, I repeat. Eleyne, Yasmin and the other 2 girls are just beginning their journey into the world of kink and lust. Our heroines get cuffed, leashed, blindfolded but the question which remains is, who’s really in control? Their lovers, ’cause their hands are free and they can do anything to make the girls moan, squirm and beg for more? Or the heroines themselves, or I could say, our alter egos? Cause it’s us that do the writing and fantasizing… You, gentlemen, I mean Colin, Tony, Jim and Ted, won’t even sneeze without our permission…  Those of you who read may have wondered why there’s nothing about a “safe word” in the text, after all, BDSM practitioners had better have one… And even we did write about it here, in the very blog. Now you know why we skipped the safe word in the book. It’s us – naughty authors and our alter egos, who rule our lovers.

 

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Did you know that?

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  • 5-10 percent of Americans engages in sadism/masochism (S/M) practices for sexual pleasure at least occasionally.
  • 12 percent of women and 22 percent of men reported erotic response to an S/M story.
  • 55 percent of women and 50 percent of men reported having responded erotically to being bitten.
  • 14 percent of men and 11 percent of women have had some sexual experience with sadomasochism.
  • 11 percent of men and 17 percent of women reported trying bondage.

The above are the statistics of the Kinsey Institute. But are these results really so surprising seeing the popularity of 50 Shades of Grey?

And you? Have you already tried or are you still fantasizing of being submissive or dominant? Are you planning to introduce some BDSM spice into your bedroom? If yes, remember that these practices have to be consensual. Talk to your partner and find our what he or she thinks about them.  Or at least probe him or her out delicately if you really want to make a nice surprise for him or her.  Fantasy (or a book) is one thing, but springing out a surprise of cuffing an unsuspecting and uncooperative lover can put you in trouble…

Is Hekate’s Passage a sexually perverse book?

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What is a (sexual) perversion? Probably according to most religious conservative views it’s anything that strays from procreational purpose of two people having sex. So we could say that any sex purely for fun is a perversion (this of course is an overstatement). What about lesbian love or threesomes then? These sure wouldn’t gain the approval of strict religious adherents. Anal sex, bondage, double penetrations, gang bangs? God protect us from this sinful indecency! Apage, Satanas! Burn in hell!

So, from this point of view our book is definitely erotically perverse. You’ll find all these types of sex there. Our female protagonists discover they like making out with one another, sure to the visible delight of their gorgeous rockers who enjoy watching; threesomes, bondage, anal sex as well as double penetrations are ardently welcome by the girls. Things get even wilder than this… With the introduction of ‘special guests’ the girls discover the experience of gangbang…

So, yes. Hekate’s Passage is perverse and kinky and if you’re a strictly religious person (no matter which religion), then sure you shouldn’t pick it up for fear it will condemn your soul for an eternity in hell. But if you’re not afraid of sinning, which is after all very pleasant, you’re sure going to enjoy it as some of our readers already have.

However, if you’re a hard core pervert, that is deep into all kinds of philias, or a hard core BDSM connaisseur  then you may find our book kind of a ‘kindergarden perversion’. Just a mild kink, but nothing really earthshaking.

BDSM … to do or not to do?

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Are you a 50 shades of Grey fan that is willing to follow the ‘guidelines’ set up in the book to the letter and let your sexual partner do whatever he may please with you? 

Be careful of what you ask for.

In your sexual fantasy, or in an erotic book like ours, your partner won’t sneeze without YOUR permission, so it’s actually YOU that is in control. It’s him that is there to please you as you’re obviously tied up and not fully able to to anything… Sounds nice… Doesn’t it? In such a sensual fantasy of yours, he is your sex slave, even if it seems the opposite, doing what you want. But stop, this is not a kinky fantasy, it’s reality.

He’s tied you up, he has a whip or crop in his hand and you may end up in bruises or worse if you don’t set up any precautions before your sexual encounter. Have you by any chance read Kushiel’s Dart by Jacqueline Carey? Phedre no Delauney is a young woman who was born with a scarlet mote in her left eye, nobody knows what it is unless a nobleman who purchases her recognizes who and what Phedre is and what the mote marks her for. She’s chosen to forever experience pleasure and pain as one… But even she, an anguisette, for whom pain signifies heavenly ecstasy, has to take precautions to prevent her patrons from going too far. Make sure to arrange a signale with with your sexual partner that will tell him he has got carried away. A special code word that will tell him to stop whatever that you no longer find pleasurable.

BDSM is for two (or more) people as long as everybody involved finds it pleasurable.