My name is Demeter DeLune and I’ve been writing stories my entire life. Welcome to my page. I hope you find at least one story you can connect with. About a year ago, I began this journey on Medium, sharing my deepest, darkest secrets in story form and sexual education pieces.
In this life, I’ve been a Professional Dominatrix, a phone sex operator, an insurance agent, a chemist, and a counselor.
Now, I’m a freelance writer, editor, and sex educator.
Writing under a pseudonym has its advantages. This is a place I can express myself, tell stories, share erotica, or anything else I choose; without fear of repercussions from the ‘real world’. …
Around 32,000 years ago, siltstone dildos were used as a sex toy, making them the world’s oldest known sex toys. Rumor has it, Cleopatra was known for pleasuring herself with a papyrus box full of live bees, around 51 BC. First vibrator? French and Spanish sailors took rubber sleeves out to sea with them; they called them “Ladies of the Journey”, making them the first known male-specific sex toys.
Love them or hate them, sex toys are here to stay. Considering they’ve been around for centuries, you’d think we’d be used to them by now. Yet surprisingly, the topic remains one which most people don’t consider commonplace. What’s with all the shame? Sex is natural. Inroads have certainly been made where women’s pleasure is concerned, though not as much as you might think given all the available technology and the sheer size of the market. …
One of the biggest misconceptions about those of us who are sex-positive, and especially if we’re involved in sex-related work, is we’re up for anything. While personally, I find that’s rarely the case, as we all have our limits, it’s prevalent enough that it needs to be addressed.
Being sex-positive not only means having or promoting an open, tolerant, or progressive attitude towards sex and sexuality; it also means working towards getting in touch with your own sexuality, which includes defining your limits.
There’s really no case of always or never when it comes to what we’re okay with in and out of the bedroom. And that’s okay. Our sexuality is always growing and changing, like anything good in our lives. When you’re open to that, you may find that something you thought you would never be interested in exploring yesterday, is something you’re intrigued by today. …
When you’re in a relationship, one of the biggest questions that comes up (or doesn’t come up) is, who should initiate sex. Being honest, the term ‘initiating sex’ can bring up flashes of overly horny guys pawing at their spouses, being turned away with a quiet, “Not tonight honey, I have a headache.”
Let’s change the narrative here, shall we? An invitation to anything sounds much more inviting than an initiation.
What’s important, always, is consent.
But who should be sending out the invitations? Whoever is in the mood! Whether it’s him or her or both, putting out the vibes should be done because you really want to have sex, not because you think you have to. …
When my husband and I first met, I was working part-time as a Professional Dominatrix, mostly online. Suffice it to say, he came into this relationship with full knowledge he was marrying a sexually open woman.
A little over a year ago, I decided to expand my horizons and begin writing about sex and sexuality, on top of my regular writing. We talked about it ahead of time, because that’s just what we do. I don’t need his permission, but I appreciate his input and keeping him in the loop of what my work entails.
One of the first questions he asked me was, “Will you be writing about the things we do in bed?” …
Tip: You’ll be using your mouth, but not how you think.
When it comes to pussy eating, most folks who indulge in it think they have the best moves down pat. I won’t lie, I’ve been with people who swore they were the best cunnilinguists out there, and they went on to prove themselves worthy of the title. Unfortunately, that’s not the case the majority of the time.
Like anything else you engage in with another person, your mileage may vary. …
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When we think of love, oftentimes, we picture hearts and flowers, stuffed animals promoting how much our significant other means to us, and happily ever after. But modern love is a strange and complex thing, full of all kinds of up’s and down’s and in-between’s. Healthy partnerships require communication, respect and a lot of mindful intent. But they also require embracing the natural disruptions and hardships that are a part of the process. Learning to understand the seasons of our relationships can help us get through.
If you want a relationship that can stand the test of time, you have to work hard to understand the natural phases that dictate the passage of that relationship over time. Though we would like to believe in the Hollywood ideal of love, honeymoons don’t last forever and every relationship holds heartbreak. …
What does self-care look like to you? Sheet masks? Less screen time? Lots of sleep? All solid options. Or how about a sheet-grabbing orgasm with yourself?
Masturbation is a key step in my wellness routine. …
When I was much younger, like a lot of women, I thought landing the biggest cock was the be-all-end-all when it came to finding a boyfriend. Let’s be honest, it was the goal for finding someone to have sex with, relationship be damned. At the time, I didn’t have experience with pornography that showed penises, or at all. I was limited to the Playboy magazines I found in my uncle’s bathroom, so I had no idea, really, what I was looking for.
All I had to go by, was what my female friends said were their experiences. And of course, pretty much every guy I talked to, telling me he had a big dick. …