Pleasure Is Not Pain

Pleasure is not the same as pain, though to some, it is. Teeth, when used appropriately, is something worth remembering. It’s not about acting out a zombie fantasy or feeding like a vampire.

It’s feeling the sting of a bite. The possession. The control your lover holds over you. That graze of teeth across the skin that’s barely more than a feather’s touch.

It’s that fine line between pleasure and pain. How it can entice the senses in a similar fashion to ice, candle wax, or nails.

It’s a delicate balance, and when done correctly, can drive you wild. A little goes a long way.

But never underestimate the power of the tongue. In a lot of ways, that’s the most pleasurable tool of all.

One, long lick here. A flick of the tip there. Enveloping something else entirely. That swirling in the most sensitive of places.

Combine that with a carefully placed nibble, and your toes will curl as your anticipation rises right along with your heartbeat, barreling toward that final, mind-blowing destination.

© Sarah Doughty


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