What Does Kinky Mean?

As you explore new sexual experiences, you may be asking yourself, what does kinky mean? This word exemplifies the playful and flirty world of sex and passion. It pushes the boundaries and takes people to a whole new world of sensations.

Kinky is bizarre, out of the box sexual or erotic behaviors. Kinky behaviors can be a good thing or a bad thing. Some people related the word to a negative definition, thinking kinky behavior means perverted behavior. Others think it simply means spicing up your sex life, using new toys or trying new positions in new locations.

If you want to make things a little kinky between the sheets, maybe you need to move out of the sheets. Have sex somewhere in public. Is that too open for you? Try your backyard or in your car in the garage (keep the car turned off!). If that’s still too much for you, just try and break in every room in your house.

Food brings another kinky atmosphere. Use whipped cream and chocolate syrup to give each other something yummy to lick off. A popsicle could give nerves on your body that extra ooohhhh to push things over. And watching a woman eat fruit? There is nothing like it.

Try a little role-playing out as well for a kinky twist. Play cop and robber, and use fuzzy handcuffs or a scarf to tie each other back and tease each other to no end. Play teacher and student, and make the student earn their extra credit. Or pretend to have an affair with your secretary, and do it in the hot, urgent, we can’t get caught vibe that will drive you crazy.

The most important part of introducing kinky into your life is being willing to push the envelope to try something new. As long as you are not breaking any laws or limbs, don’t be afraid to try something completely out of character. It’s also very important to make sure both parties (or all parties!) are completely comfortable with what’s going on. Other than that, the sky is the limit!

 

 

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