Author Archives: authorsienna

About authorsienna

Author * Speaker * Blogger on sex, erotica, LGBTQ, BDSM, Dominance, submission, consent, and polyamory. Authors tales of dark desires and hidden fantasies.

That Time of Year Again…

Every August, I start going through body memory of things that happened to me. My body aches, I grind my teeth (often breaking some), my jaw and head throb, and this unnerving fear kicks in. It consumes me, even when … Continue reading

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The ABCs of Body Mod via Fetish.com

Body modifications—whether a simple statement about personal identity or some kinkier more fetishistic yearning—can be empowering. Sometimes such alterations are controversial and non-consensual, but we trust that any you choose to practice will be just plain fun! Read more on … Continue reading

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Happiness and Fetish Articles Up

How BDSM Can Help You Find Self-Acceptance Via Happiness.org  Coming to grips with being kinky when you’ve been raised in a religious or very conservative household isn’t easy. When sex is shamed, let alone any exploration outside of missionary style intercourse, finding … Continue reading

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Yoga for Happiness 2/3 – Gratitude Yoga via happiness.org

The second in the series of ‘yoga for happiness’. I loved this one. And all the understanding that came with my research on oxytocin and gratitude has changed my life for the better. ❤ Gratitude is a catalyst for happiness. … Continue reading

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Open Call: Kintsugi – Powerful Stories of Healing Trauma

Open Call: Kintsugi – Powerful Stories of Healing Trauma This is SinCyr’s first nonfiction open call! For this collection, we’ve decided to call it Kintsugi, named after the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with gold or other fine materials. The … Continue reading

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What We See Is About Us

Focusing on my responses to others rather than their behavior has shifted a lot for me. It’s allowed me to be around people that I’d not have been comfortable with prior. I’d likely have had a panic attack in the … Continue reading

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Flourishing and Bliss

Life has been really great. There are so many things I’m doing and I wouldn’t be able to do them if I’d not been doing my internal work. Even a year ago, when I had to suddenly take a day … Continue reading

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