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The amount of pain depends on the quality of the candles and the height the wax is dropped from. The sensation could be a nice lukewarm, or a searing hot. Smaller candles and wax falling from higher up tend to be less hot. The wax pools a bit, and is then spilled with care onto the willing victim. Sex shops often sell candles that have a lower melting point for less risk of burning. The idea is to get a nice redness with a little puff in the skin, but not to injure anyone. As wax pools and cools, a layer will be formed over the skin. A whip or a switch might be just perfect to snap that apart. For any bears among us, though, it might be wise to put a layer of plastic between your body hair and that wax, unless you are into a really, really, really painful finish! For more hot ways to spice it up, check out: Blindfolds, BDSM, Bondage
Porn has been around probably as long as humankind. Before there was streaming video, there were erotic cave paintings, and all the clever media in between. Over time, who is pictured and what they are doing has evolved, and varied between cultures, but the gist has been the same. Porn displays sex acts in order to arouse the viewer. Because of the bias of the industry toward male viewers, most of what is shown is usually the female body and the male genitals. The focus is usually on the sexual acts themselves, and less so on the surrounding scenario or the relationship between the individuals. Pornos can depict any kind of sex, from gentle vanilla sex to really aggressive or fetishized sex. If what you see is really explicit, it’s usually referred to as “hardcore,” whereas “softcore” is something closer to what you might see at the movie theater. Want more sexy inspiration? Also have a look at these: Erotic Photography, Erotic Fiction, Erotic Art