A kinky state of Mind

I don’t believe in kinks. I think labeling something a ‘kink’ is false advertising. I work in advertising, and have seen how adding a ‘kink’ is supposed to make your laundry cleaner. Kink is not a thing, an activity, or a subject to agree or disagree on.

Yet, I would consider myself to be a rather kinky person. Not because of what I do, or enjoy doing, but because of the mindset that goes into it. Kink, basically, means changing the direction. I don’t think in a linear way, I don’t act in a linear way, I push to deviate from the norm, the road ahead of me. That makes me kinky.

I see something and ask myself what I can do with it. Just what I would do with it is not what most other people would do with the same item or in the same situation. That works really well in creative areas, not so much in a straight-laced society.

On my phone, I have tons of web-pages bookmarked that would make no sense to anyone but myself. But each has given me an idea that is worth pursuing. It doesn’t have to be sexual in nature, though it often is.

It also works the other way around. I like being subjected to kinky ideas. Spontaneous opportunities to do something that I might never have a chance to do again. A great example was when I accidentally, and purely out of curiosity, explored the penthouse level of a hotel I stayed in. It was just curiosity.

Everything was dark when the elevator door opened at the penthouse level, and we were about to head back into the elevator. Then the motion sensor must have kicked in and lit up the area around the elevator. In our regular street clothes, we were all of a sudden standing in the middle of a New York Fashion Week exhibit by a famous French fashion house! Now, the obvious thing to do would have been to perhaps admire the clothes, take a few pictures, and head back to our room.

Not so the kinky mind. Why not do something we could never ever do again? Check out every light switch, see if we can get enough light to take some pictures of my in a latex catsuit with the haute couture clothing just as the backdrop? If security catches us, no harm done – the floor was not locked. Turns out, the floor had perfect professional lighting set up. All we had to do was find the right switches and we had this amazing backdrop! All at 2:00 a.m. in the middle of the night.

What if we could take amazing pictures in a places where fetish does not belong? Where we aren’t even supposed to be? My mind kicked into the kinkiest mode and we took pictures that were hot, obscene, dirty, elegant, and totally inappropriate. We didn’t get caught, though our hearts were pounding. There was no sex involved, although the sexual tension was building with every minute.

When we were done, after returning all the lights to their original settings, the sexual tension stayed with me and what we had just done. I usually am the submissive, but back in our hotel room, I was just looking for release all the energy that was stored up standing still for pictures. There was no time to take off the catsuit of relax the almost painfully tight corset. I just wanted to get fucked and fucked hard. There was no need to ask.

To this day, I wonder if J. Mendel will ever know how good his clothes look as a background for a fetish shoot. My sense is, he’d love them.

Being kinky just means looking for a different path.

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22 comments

  1. Ha! What a brilliant story – well done for grabbing that opportunity. Regarding the use of “kink”; I think that labelling such as this can be restrictive, as well as sometimes useful. I would consider myself both open-minded (and therefore deviate from the norm) as well as someone who has kinks (and therefore deviate from the norm). But “open-minded” and “having kinks” have different connotations and so, frequently, I find it easier to use them to describe myself in different situations.

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    • I think you are certainly right in that it’s best to keep both ways of expressing it in your vocabulary. I just find labeling certain activities as kinky difficult as others bag not consider therm as kinky at all. Glad you enjoyed the story (which is 100% true).

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