Embrace Your Inner Kink During Your Honeymoon With These Tips & Tricks

Embrace Your Inner Kink During Your Honeymoon With These Tips & Tricks

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Sex has historically been one of the highlights of a honeymoon. Even couples who have already consummated their relationship still look forward to doing so all over again on the night of their wedding. Maybe there’s just something about doing it for the first time as a married couple. Or maybe it’s the build-up from a long day dedicated to the love you and your partner share. Either way, yeah, honeymoon sex!

But what if you want this already romantic roll in the hay to be even sexier? What if you want to spice it up with a little kink? If you’re wondering, then wonder no more. Embrace your inner kink during your honeymoon with these tips and tricks from HUSTLER Hollywood.


First Time Getting Kinky During Sex?

If you’ve never done anything kinky while getting it on before, then the honeymoon is a great time to get started! It only makes sense: you and your partner probably know and trust each other well by now, and now that you’re married, you can get to know each other even better. And that includes knowing each other even better, know what I mean? (I mean “know” in the medieval sense, which means to engage in sexual intercourse.) Here are our tips for adding kink to your love life on your honeymoon.

Talk With Your Partner

If a kinky wedding night is what you wish, you must let your partner know that. It might be intimidating to let them see this side of you, but if you’re getting married and already getting it on, then you should trust each other enough to at least mull over some ideas for not-so-vanilla sex. You might be surprised at what happens when you open up about your kinky side.

If anything, you can present ideas through casual conversation starters (especially when the conversation’s already about sex). For example:

  • Check this out. I’m reading this novel about a girl who likes to get tied up during sex.
  • You ever heard about couples roleplaying?

You can even make some suggestions while getting naughty. It’s a nice way to test the waters and get your partner used to doing something new. Plus, when someone’s already horny and in the middle of satisfying those urges, they can be way easier to persuade.

kink on your honeymoon


Define and Draw the Lines

The thing about kink is that while the whole idea is to push both your boundaries, you need to know what those boundaries are so you don’t cross any lines. Even if your idea of kink is some kind of “I don’t want it” roleplay (no judgment if it is!), you need to make sure everything’s nice and consensual. Sure, it takes out a bit of the spontaneity. But otherwise, you risk making your partner uncomfortable, and not in a sexy way.

So, discuss ideas with your fiancé. Figure out what they’re willing to do for you, what they might want to wait a while before trying, and that's definitely a no-go zone. And naturally, if you have your fetishes, they might have theirs, right? Hear your partner out and learn their kinks. Then you’ll both know how to please each other in spicy new ways.


First Time … Ever Having Sex?

Just so you know, this is totally a no-judgment zone. Plenty of people wait until marriage to lose their virginity, whether for religious reasons or their own personal reasons, and that’s totally valid. Plenty of these people also know that they want something other than straight-up missionary for their first time, and that’s totally valid too! You do you, boo-boo.

With that said, you might not want to go in totally cold. Here’s some advice for mixing your kinks with your consummation.

Don't Wait to Get Started

Right now, the plan might be to 1) wait until the honeymoon to have sex, and 2) wait until the sex to be kinky, But what if you don’t have to wait until the honeymoon to be kinky? That’s right, it’s totally possible to act on your fetish fantasies without any penetrating.

There’s no rule saying you can’t do what you desire before going all the way. If your kink is handcuffs, why not use them during oral? If you like a little roleplay, why not act something out while sticking to getting handsy? Whether it’s choking, spitting, rimming, whipping, slapping, or something else, you just need to get a bit creative.

kink on your honeymoon

Ease Into It

Maybe you’re the type who normally jumps into the pool instead of gradually wading in. However, this is your body and your mind we’re talking about. Just as importantly, it’s also your partner’s body and mind we’re talking about, and their level of comfort with how far you want to go. As experts on kink, trust us when we say you need to find the right pace for both yourself and your soon-to-be spouse.

You can do this in a few different ways, including:

  • Research, research, research. Read about a variety of sexual lifestyles and activities anywhere you can (including our own blog!). Learn as much as you can about what exactly you want to do, how to do it right, and how to keep both yourself and your partner safe - both physically and mentally.
  • Talk with more experienced people. There are plenty of organizations out there for BDSM and other fetishes, and some of them even do workshops. If you can, try to find a local chapter. Also, look for “munches,” which are casual meet-ups where enthusiasts, both new and experienced, can chat about kinks. If you meet with any strangers, make sure to do it in public and have an escape plan if you get creeped out.
  • Practice with your partner. Once you’ve had an open and frank discussion with your partner (see the above sections under “First Time Getting Kinky During Sex?”), start introducing your interests into your sex life. It might be awkward at first, but doesn’t that just go for anything sexual? You just have to maintain an open mind, a good sense of humor, and some flexibility. If something doesn’t work for you or them, whatever. If something does, that’s great and keep practicing!

  • This may sound like the opposite of what we just said about not waiting to get started, but it actually compliments it pretty well! Instead of starting slowly on your honeymoon, you can get ahead so that when you bring penetration into the picture, you and your partner are already masters at everything else. It’s all your choice.


    And those are our tips and tricks for helping you embrace your inner kink during your honeymoon. We at HUSTLER Hollywood wish you both the best of luck and hope that your marriage isn’t just a great one, but a hot one. If your idea of spicing up your wedding night includes toys and accessories, we can help you turn that idea into reality! Check out our kinky collection of fetish gear, including our special selection specifically for couples.