Brian is a white collar businessman for a high-profile architecture firm. He talks about how his wife came to him one night, “She asked me to throw her around a little bit. You know, slam her against the wall and put my hand on her throat and stuff. I didn’t know how to react. I’d never done anything like that before, and I’d never want to hurt her, but I couldn’t get past the look on her face when she talked about it–the excitement.”
So, Brian started searching the internet for more information. When he typed in ‘fetish social network’, the first site to pop up was iTaboo.com. He joined and started browsing the groups and reading the member-submitted erotica. “I read about how a lot of people with jobs like mine have so much pressure in their day-to-day lives and, when they get home and into the bedroom, they don’t want to be in charge anymore. They don’t want to have to think and analyze and make all of the decisions. It made sense, but I was still having a problem letting go.”
Then one day, he says, he and his wife were having sex,”I was laying on my back on the bed, as usual. Eyes closed, as usual. She was going to town and all I could think of was that I had to hurry up and make it happen so she could rest. And she stopped, looked up at me, and said, “Open your eyes, sit up, pull my hair, and watch me suck you” His response was instantaneous, and it was one of the most intense experiences he has ever had it the bedroom.
“I get it, now. It took the pressure off, and I was able to just have fun.”
Now, Brian visits iTaboo.com daily. “They have so many things, from member submitted photos and videos to groups about anything you can imagine. Fetish stuff, non-fetish stuff. High heels and breath play, crafting and dieting. And they are making new areas of the site to explore all the time. They just opened up a chat room and are working on an area for photos and videos of fetish models. “The site’s only a year old, and they’re still working out some of the sites kinks, but the potential is incredible and so is the community there. It completely changed my life. It might’ve even saved my marriage.”