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Everyone deserves a Touch of Flavor in their lives. We’re here to help you find yours.
We create events, experiences, and education for adults seeking to explore their sexuality and learn how to make their fantasies a reality.
Too ambiguous? We teach both online and in person (including in the media) about sex and relationships, with a focus on kink. We put on other events for adults that focus on fun and connection. Finally, we produce conventions that include all the above.
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Fresh From Our Blog
In the wake of Fifty Shades of Grey, kinksters from https://atouchofflavor.com take a humorous look at where Fifty Shades of Grey gets things right… and where it gets them wrong. Don’t believe them? Just ask Mr Grey! From issues with helicopter parking to misused used air quotes this is not a parody to miss!
You may have explored your 50 Shades fantasies, but how much do you REALLY know about kink? Here are 10 things about kink you won’t learn from 50 Shades:
The allure of a 24/7 D/s relationship comes from erotica, porn, and listening to all sorts of stories being thrown about. There’s talk of floggers and whips and chains, cages, running around naked, latex and leather, sex on command, and countless other kinks and fetishes. The truth of the matter: you can certainly have all these things be a part of your daily life in a 24/7 D/s relationship. The problems arise when you assume that it’s going to be kink and sex every minute of every day, because there’s pesky things that get in the way like real life responsibilities and logistics. My personal D/s dynamic relationship is heavily service-oriented, and this is how a typical day goes for myself and my Captain.
Many couples focus a lot on what society says is the “Right” amount of sex for happy couple. The truth is many of those societal norms are false.
A couple of months ago, my partner and I did a scene with a friend… This encounter (which asides from the head bumping incident was still a fantastic time) made me think about two things. First, it stressed upon me the importance of choosing our play partners carefully, especially when participating in edgy scenes (I’ll leave this topic for a different discussion). The second thing it got me thinking about was the concept of what we do as a contact sport, and how many kinksters treat the concepts of risk and responsibility differently in the scene then they do in other parts of their lives.
Service gets pretty limited exposure when it comes to the majority of popular media and porn. Most of the time, you have someone prancing around in a french maid outfit, acting like a duster is an overly complicated piece of equipment that is simply impossible to use. The top comes in to view, stops the service, and either goes for punishment then f@*&$*g or just f@*&$*g There’s certainly no problem with that, but when it’s pretty much the only service orientation exposure you get on a frequent basis, it limits popular knowledge of everything that service orientation encompasses.