Siren Kay is on a mission, to explore kinky sex and get paid for it.
Join sexy Siren Kay as she takes up a little money spinner. All she has to do is write a monthly article about kinky, heterosexual sex. The challenge is to prove that straight and pain free sex can be just as wild as anything else out there. The research is going to be a blast.
Series: Het Fet Diaries
lyd Category: Focus on Fetish
Length: 24 pdf Pages / 2981 words
Formats Available: pdf, prc, lit, zipped html,
lrf, epub, RB,
Ebook Cover Price: $1.99
The obvious place to start is with the things I am into. What do I do that counts as fetish? I suppose there’s the sex toys. I don’t mean the mechanical ones here. I did buy regular dildos and vibrators a couple of times just out of curiosity, but they’re dull. Aside from the one time I ordered a bunch of stuff from America, and I had to pay a hefty chunk of import tax on it. So the box turned up with no fewer than three delivery guys. Obviously they’d read the ‘adult toys’ bit of the paperwork and fancied a look at whoever was buying them. I coughed up the money, watched them leer, and wished I’d been wearing lingerie or something. I would love to have known what they were thinking. In fact, when I tried the toys out, that was pretty much the brain candy.
I love to fantasise, but I’m not sure if that has any het-fet potential.
Normally I like to shop for toys in regular places. All manner of things have the potential to be reinvented as dildos and vibrators. That dates back to my first electric leg shaver in my teens, and the happy discovery that it had some very nice effects when upended and placed against my clit. My hairbrush handle saw a lot of action in those early days too.
Part of the fun in toys is going out to buy them. Just now and then I’ll give myself a whole morning to go on a hunt. I try and find something I’ve never used before. I’ve run the full gamut of fruits and vegetables, and despite the stories I’ve heard about other girls and cucumbers, nothing has ever broken off. I like items that are firm, but not entirely hard, and that can have their temperature modified. Cold is interesting, but warm is definitely better. Occasionally I go for big, but on the whole I get more fun out of modest things that move easily, or have bumps in just the right places. Hair styling tools are often good.
Imagine going into a store and picking over items, knowing that you’re looking for something to masturbate with. No one else knows what you are doing. Maybe a sales assistant comes over and asks if you need any help. That’s a sure fire thing in a more expensive store, and part of the reason I like them so much. What to say? How to describe the attributes required?
“I like this hairbrush, but, do you have one with a wider handle?”
Sometimes I see how far I can push it with the questions, going into grocers and asking if they have any parsnips with bigger ends on them, and watching the assistant wonder why, or even guess and then not know what to say to me. Some people are helpful, of course.
English author Bryn Colvin has dabbled in pretty much everything. At least on paper. In real life she takes her research seriously. When she isn’t trying to find material for outrageous stories, she’s either outdoors and muddy around the edges, curled up with a book, or making something. She hates being bored.
A lot of years ago, Bryn spent a while writing custom fiction professionally, which resulted in a stint on a site like Siren Kay’s. Otherwise, all resemblance to her real life is entirely open to speculation!