Sex Writing


I was wondering what to write – and lo and behold, an InMon Prompt.

His tongue flicked her swollen clit.  She writhed against the restraints, screaming.  He grinned to himself, loving her reaction.

Her sweat-covered skin glowed in the candlelight.  Her hair plastered to her forehead.  Her body splayed across the bed, wrists and ankles at each corner, erotically bound. Trembling from need, she sobbed incoherently.

He wondered if she had any idea how beautiful she looked in this moment.  Helpless and wanting, while he took and gave pleasure in the same breath.

“Please…please, oh God, please…” she begged.

“Please what, pet?”

“Please touch me.  Please let me cum.  Oh God, please, Sir,” she cried behind the blindfold.  Her body arched, pulling at the restraints, desperate to bring her body closer to his.

“Like this?”  His hand pinched her nipple hard while his head dipped down to her pussy, sucking her clit.

“Aahhhhh!” she screamed.  Her throat already raw from the hours leading up to this moment produced only a high-pitched shriek.

His tongue dipped and swirled in and around her cunt, lapping up her juices.  His teeth gently pulling her clit, nibbling and sucking.  He knew her body better than she did.  He could feel her orgasm building in her body.  Her thighs shook violently.  Her head tossed from side to side.  Moans and sobs filled the room.  He slid three fingers into her hot core, pressing his thumb into her clit, while he stroked her g-spot, over and over again.

His hand played her body like a finely tuned instrument, pulling the music from her as she grunted and strained, moaned and sighed.  He lost himself in the symphony of her need.  Finally, sweet release descended.  Squirting cum across his chest, screaming violently, her body strained against the restraints binding her to the bed.

She sobbed quietly from the force of her release.  And he remembered exactly why he soundproofed the bedroom.

About the author

Kayla Lords

I am a sex blogger, podcaster, freelance writer, international speaker, kink educator, and all-around kinky woman. You can find me online sharing my innermost sexual thoughts and experiences, teaching other bloggers how to make money writing about sex, and helping kinksters have happy healthy BDSM relationships. I'm also a masochistic babygirl submissive with an amazing and sadistic Daddy Dom and business partner, John Brownstone. Welcome to my kinky corner of the internet!


  • Kayla, I thank you ahead of time for understanding why I cannot link to this. While up until now I feel you’ve held back a bit on your InMon pieces, this has crossed the line for what I am comfortable linking. Not only for the explicit nature of the content, but for the bondage theme – evidently a recurring concept in your work that deeply worries me. While I believe that sex is a beautiful thing created by God, I also believe it can be perverted. This fascination with bondage is not healthy. We are sexual beings, but we are more than that – you are more than that. You have a spirit, a soul. This kind of perversion is extremely damaging to your spirit. Please understand I’m saying this because I care about you and want the best for you.
    If you are interested, here is a blog that deals with sexual healing:

    I’ve also posted a page outlining what I will and won’t link to on my blog, just for future reference:

    You’re a talented writer, Kayla. I hope to read more of your work in the future – I hope that perhaps you’ll reach even deeper to discover why this subject draws you so strongly. Please know I’m praying for you.


    • I understand completely why you wouldn’t link to it, and don’t use your prompts because I’m looking to be linked to in anyway…but to help me grow as a writer…

      I have to respectfully disagree with your assessment of me, although I find your concern humbling…sex is definitely a beautiful thing and is unique to each individual out there…expressing one’s sexuality in ANY way that involves two consenting adults is a wonderful thing…

      It’s not every day that people connect with people who understand and enjoy their proclivities and while I may not enjoy what most people consider “standard,” I in no way consider my sexual preferences unhealthy…actually, since embracing this side of myself, I am happier, less stressed, and healthier than I’ve been my entire adult life…I wish everyone were so lucky to find and embrace what makes them special and unique without having to feel guilt that others might find it wrong…

      In the future, so as not to make you feel uncomfortable, I will not use your prompts for such explicit material…

      • I knew you’d understand – and thank you much for being so considerate. I know you don’t use the prompts to get links – but since I USUALLY link them, I didn’t want to just suddenly NOT link something without an explanation.
        Anyway, thanks again, Kayla. I appreciate your understanding.

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