This section provides more introductory information
about Devotional Sex.
Warnings and Disclaimers
Devotional Sex isn't without risk -
it may create some emotional stresses, and there may be a health risk
for him. So before you start to explore Devotional Sex you should first
read this section carefully.
The Language of Devotional Sex
This website has so many new terms that it is as if Devotional Sex is a new language.
As the English language
have words which are suitable for describing sensual, intimate sex,
I've given some body parts and common sexual activities new names.
I've also given names to the many new activities and feelings that arise
from enjoying Devotional Sex.
Your Three Freedoms
A common misunderstand is that Devotional Sex imposes rules and restricts what a couple can do.
Devotional Sex does NOT impose any rules!
This website is like a sexual
recipe book - it described the benefits and joys of Devotional Sex and
gives you the recipe for achieving this.
For a start, Devotional Sex only happens if you and your partner both
chose to do it. Like, for example, getting married, you will only both
do this if you feel the benefits far outweigh the restrictions.
If you chose to try this sexual recipe you then have three key freedoms:
Like with a food recipe book - what you do with this information is totally up to you.
- If you decide to follow the
recipe closely then you still have the freedom to decide your mix of
activities, their frequency, and lots more. My surveys have proven that
there is huge variation in how Pure Devotional Sex is practiced.
- Your aim should be to find
what works best for you and your partner - and this may be somewhere in
between Pure Devotional Sex and another technique. So you have the freedom
to create a hybrid of Devotional Sex and other techniques.
- Finally, what works best for
you and your partner is likely to change over time. So if you have
chosen to do Pure Devotional Sex your mix of activities may change and
if you are doing a hybrid then over time you may move closer or further
away from Pure Devotional Sex.
Some have noticed that this website rarely mentions love. That's because love is up to you.
A gardening book on growing flowers will tell you when to plant and how
to prepare the soil, etc. But it doesn't tell the plant how to grow a
flower. Similarly Devotional Sex presents a way to build and maintain
intimacy and connection, etc, - the perfect conditions for love to bloom - but it's up you to grow the flower of love.
Of course Devotional Sex plus love is supreme. But Devotional Sex can
also be practiced at the very start of dating (before love blooms) and
with friends (neither want a relationship). So though Devotional Sex
will lead to sex being more intimate and connected, it won't always
lead to love.
The Devotional Sex Forum,
hosted at this site, is the place to comment on, ask questions about,
and to discuss Devotional Sex. Guests can read the forum, but to post
you must first register to become a member.
As well as the link above, you can access the forum via the Site Map,
and this includes a link to the most recent posts.
posting anonymous feedback or questions:
If you don't want to join the
forum, but wish to send some feedback or ask a question, you can
quickly and easily do so anonymously via this form hosted at PollMill.com.
Note that as the PollMill form is anonymous I have no way to contact
you directly. So I post the comments and questions submitted to
PollMill into my Forum and reply there.
Contact me via email
If you wish to contact me via email see the Contact Me page.
This website does NOT host any explicit photos or
But I do run a photo-blog at Tumblr.com
which illustrates Devotional Sex with tasteful, but often explicit,
photos together with explanatory text.
updated: 21 August
© MichaelK 2007-17