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Ungagged Episode 07 – The One Hit Wonder

The goods. Junk. Beans and franks. Your pride and joy. Did you know that you can do mean things to them? And for many of us, it feels so good. The Ungagged puppies talk about CBT – Cock and Ball Torture. If you’ve been curious about roughing up your junk, this is the episode for you.

Show Notes

  • 100,000 Orgasm Pyramid

Topics

  • What is CBT?
  • How the puppies discovered they are into CBT.
  • Communicate
  • How to go about getting into it the first time.
  • Don’t forget that the cock is just as much a part of CBT as the balls are. You may enjoy your cock roughed up even if you don’t like anything on your nuts. So don’t say “No CBT” when negotiating.
  • Types
    • Tugging/pulling
    • Squeezing
    • Impact play – Cock or balls
    • Piercing – Play piercing; cock or balls
    • Circulation play – Balls mostly, but can be done on cock, too. This is serious play. Be sure you and the top know what you’re doing.
    • Clothespins
    • Surface or skin play
    • Stuffing things into your dick
    • Electrical stimulation
  • Aftercare

Sponsor

Mr. S Leather Co.

This episode sponsored by: Mr. S Leather. For this episode we feature T-SHIRTS! Here are some favorites:

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Ungagged Episode 06 – One Notch Tighter

Bondage. Bondage, bondage, bondage. Whoops. Dick’s getting hard now. Yeah, so that’s why I enjoy doing it. Very horny. On this episode of Ungagged, the puppies talk about bondage. From the sub-getting-tied-up-perspective, naturally. So strap yourselves in, it’s going to be a cozy fun ride.

Show Notes

Topics

  • Why do we like bondage? (Hint: It involves boners.)
  • How do you get into it? What equipment do you need?
  • Geared? Clothed? Naked?
  • Stepping up your game
  • Self-bondage
  • Safety tips
  • Favorite bondage gear
  • Fun places to find fun gear and furniture

Sponsor

Mr. S Leather Co.

This episode sponsored by: Mr. S Leather. For this episode we feature the Essential Wrist & Ankle Restraints.

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Ep 5 – Just One More Inch

Ha! You thought this episode was going to be about dick size, didn’t you? From the title, there. Nope! This one’s all about … butt play! Brutus and Mikey talk with Ansel about the basics of ass play. Oh, and prehensile penises.

Show Notes

Games

  • Would You Rather?
  • Word Association

Topics

  • Levels of anal play
  • Preparation
    • Diet
    • Cleanout
    • Lube
    • Gloves
    • Toys
    • Pee first (This is about butt play not watersports, boys.)
  • The big event
    • Misconceptions
    • Relax
    • Feelings
    • Size
  • Aftercare
    • Balms
    • Diet
  • Problems
    • Fissure
    • Hemorrhoids

Sponsor

Mr. S Leather Co.

This episode sponsored by: Mr. S Leather. For this episode we feature the Egg Plug in SuperSoft Bronze by Square Peg.

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Ungagged Episode 04 – The Devil Is in the Details

Most of us start exploring BDSM, domination, and submission on the sub side of the equation. One of the things we find very early is that there seem to be a lot of rules about how one should or shouldn’t behave. What kinds of things are expected from us when we haven’t learned those rules or expectations? Bndgkid and Brutus talk about the most prevalent rules and expectations to help you navigate.

Show Notes

Games

  • Steakhouse or gay bar?
  • Gay Bondage Porn Star or Country Music Singer?

Topics

  • Rules for how a boy or sub should act
  • Rules for other subs can be (and probably are) different than your rules.
  • Ask before touching or interacting
  • Hanky code
  • Levels of protocol in differing situations

Sponsor

Mr. S Leather Co.

This episode sponsored by: Mr. S Leather. For this episode we feature the Unit X-Stretch and CockSling 2.0, both by Oxballs.

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Ungagged Episode 03 – I Didn’t Sign Up for This

Are submissive guys (and gals) supposed to just accept whatever they’re told to do by a dominant? There are some kinky folks who think so, both doms and subs. That is not a very healthy way to approach something that is supposed to be fun for everyone involved. During this episode of Ungagged, the puppies talk about how to recognize when someone is either a bad dominant or is just not your type of dominant, as well as how to figure things out when in a play scene and things go wrong.

Show Notes

Topics

  • Puppynight!!!
  • How can we tell when a guy is a “bad” dominant?
  • Maybe “bad” doesn’t mean they’re actually bad. Maybe we’re just not a good fit.
  • How can you deal with a situation with a bad dominant or something that you’re not comfortable with?
  • Communication is key
  • Safety net
  • Long-distance relationships

Sponsor

Mr. S Leather Co.

This episode sponsored by: Mr. S Leather. For this episode we feature the Head Trip Kit by Fetters USA.

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Ungagged Episode 02 – The ‘Ol Switch-a-roo

Many of us kinksters are only dominant. Many of us are submissive. But there are also those of us who enjoy both sides of the play equation. This episode is about the switches in the kink world. And this is Ungagged, so we approach the topic of switching from the submissive perspective.

Show Notes

Games

  • What Am I Thinking?
  • Two Truths and a Lie

Topics

  • Switching: Able to take the dominant or the submissive role
  • What does a sub get out of dominating someone?
  • How Brutus discovered he enjoys domming
  • Don’t play a part that you don’t feel naturally
  • Motivations for domming or switching
  • How dom energy feeds back into sub space
  • Switching quickly

 

Sponsor

Mr. S Leather Co.

This episode sponsored by: Mr. S Leather. For this episode we feature the Fetters Max-Security Locking Shorts.

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Ungagged Episode 01 – A Submissive’s Toy Box

Well, hello! This is our first episode in a new podcast. Ungagged is a show run by the puppies on the NoSafeWord crew — Bndgkid and ThatDrewLion. We’re going to explore the gay kink world from the submissive, switch, and nerd perspectives.

In this episode, we talk about what kinds of toys a submissive should have. So if you’re a sub either just starting out or if you’ve been around kinksters for a while, we have some ideas about what kind of gear to get and what to consider when thinking about getting some gear.

Oh, and DIY = Do It Yourself.

Show Notes

Topics

  • Hello! Introductions.
  • First kink gear
  • What types of scenes or situations will you be using the gear in?
    • Bar scene gear
    • Everyday comfort gear
    • Gear for play
  • Budget
  • Wearables (Gear for wearing)
  • Usables (Gear and toys for playing)
  • Having your own toys helps a dominant to know how to use you
  • Gear you may not want to spend money on as a sub
  • What do you wish you had when first starting out?
  • What are some bad pieces of gear you’ve bought?

About Our Hosts

Bndgkid

Bndgkid has been on a few episodes of The NoSafeWord Show:

ThatDrewLion

ThatDrewLion has also been on a few episodes of The NoSafeWord Show:

Sponsor

Mr. S Leather Co.

This episode sponsored by: Mr. S Leather. For this episode we feature the Asylum Socks and the Viper Sock, both by CellBlock 13.

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Episode 89 – Alphas

For this episode, we welcome back Bouncer Pup. You may remember him from way back in Episode 05, when he had recently won the title of Mr. West Coast Rubber 2013. This time he brought another fun puppy with him. Kodiak is Bouncer’s Alpha. We had a lot of fun talking with them and finding out about some of the dynamics between puppies when they start playing together.

(And we get to listen to Kodiak’s sexy voice. Wruff!)

Show Notes

In the News

Discussion Topics

  • What is an alpha? What does that mean to them?
  • Kodiak’s kink world
  • How did they figure out they were pups?
  • How does one find an alpha pup or handler?

Today’s Hash Tags

  • #DaddyHarryPeter
  • #LovePuckersAllSphincters
  • #SevenEsssesss

About Our Guests

Pup Kodiak is a 31-year old kinkster into rubber, leather, bondage, and anything tight, restrictive, and shiny. He’s been into kink since the tender age of 14 but wasn’t turned into a pup and collared by Rubberpooka till 2010. Kodiak  has been a resident of the Bay Area for 8 years. He is now Alpha to Pup Bouncer from Sacramento  as well as to a pack consisting of Pups Biff, Hans, and Newly from San Jose, California. Kodiak, like most pups, enjoys going outside (travelling), good food (cooking and eating), frolicking with other pups (pinning them down and tying them up) and playing fetch, though the latter usually ends up with a ball duct-taped shut inside his mouth by his sadistic handler Pooka.

Bouncer is a 27-year old kinky canine gimp primarily into rubber and bondage from the central valley of California. In the two short years he’s had to explore his kinks, he has joined a Bay Area rubber club (Rubber Men of San Francisco), won the title of Mr. West Coast Rubber 2013, and made numerous life-long connections and friends within the fetish community as a whole. Bouncer recently competed for the Mr. International Rubber title, and it was there, in Chicago, that he met his current Alpha, Kodiak. He continues to explore his kinks with his (very kinky) Alpha, and continues to meet new people and explore as many facets of the fetish community as he can while traveling around the country.

Mr. S Leather Co.

This episode sponsored by: Mr. S Leather. For this episode we feature the Stryker Pant by Cellblock 13.

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Episode 65 – Pup Razz

Part of our goal here at NoSafeWord is to explore all the different avenues of kink that are out there. Recently one of the supporters of our show, Nightcat, referred to us a female pup from the Portland area. She is a relatively new kinkster herself, into puppy play and now the president of the puppy group in Portland, PDX-PAH. We thought that this would present a chance for us to get some new perspectives and new voices.

We talked a lot about the role that gender and gender identity plays in our community, which ended up being a very interesting discussion. We also had a great friend to the show, Hobbit (from Episode 28 and Episode 29) join us for the show and add to the discussion! It was a great time for us all and I can’t wait for you all to hear it.

 

Show Notes

In the News

Discussion Topics

  • Changes and new projects with PDX-PAH
  • Handling strong personalities in a kink organization
  • Mixing genders and orientations in a play party or mosh
  • Being a female in a pup community of mostly gay men
  • Gender fluidity and identity

About Our Guest

Jess Menton (also known as Pup Razz) is a female pup based out of Portland, OR. She is new to the kink community but quickly learning in leaps and bounds. She runs a pup perspective blog called Awkward Paws, Tangled Bras and is the current president of PDX-PAH.

Sponsors

Mr. S Leather Co.

This episode sponsored by: Mr. S Leather. For this episode we feature the Aluminum Paddle. It’s awesome and everyone should have one. #justsayin

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This episode is sponsored by: The Venus 2000 Masturbation machine! Your relentless milking machine! Check it out at www.nosafeword.com/venus

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Finding a Puppy Name

I have been thinking about the process of deciding on a pup name for a while. I find it a fascinating subject because it wasn’t a struggle I had. I am Sparky, and I was Sparky before I even knew what pup play was. I was first named Sparky by my boss on the farm I worked on in college because I would drive the grain truck over the fresh cut fields. The axle on a grain truck can give of a single spark that can turn a wheat field into a roaring blaze in a matter of minutes, so I would hear “SLOW IT DOWN SPARKY” on the CB at least once a day.

The name stuck with the crew, but I didn’t use it elsewhere until a couple years later. I had moved to Seattle and my new roommate, out of the blue, called me Sparky. I stopped short and said, “Why did you call me that?” He didn’t know anything about the farm story, so it was shocking when he said that he just thought the name fit. A couple of weeks later it happened again with another friend, out of the blue and with someone not knowing the story of the other two times. The universe was trying to tell me something.

It wasn’t until nearly 6 years later that I even heard of puppy play. I didn’t have a name or framework for what I was feeling until then. There was Sean, who was responsible and serious, often times focused on a single goal with determination. And then there was Sparky, who was playful and bouncy, unpredictable and sometimes just wild. Looking back I felt like there was two sides to my personality for many years, and when Stompie (owner of Pupzone) first introduced me to the idea of puppy play it all suddenly made sense.

I figured out who Sparky was.

My name came easy to me. It resonated for me. For others, sometimes it doesn’t and it is hard to land on a puppy name. It is important to find one, however, because so much of who you are and how people start building a frame work of you as a puppy starts from that name. You may say, “I don’t like labels!”, sure, but sorry kids that is how the brain is wired. Once we have a label we start filling that label with attributes and associations that build a picture of who someone is. It isn’t perfect, but it’s what we got.

After talking with numerous pups out there about their naming experience I have found there are usually four blocks that inhibit a boy from settling on his puppy name.

Embarrassment – This is an easy discussion to have with a puppy whenever they think they have a name but won’t settle down with it because they are embarrassed for some reason. Maybe the name is too stylized, too gregarious, too sexual. It could be used too much (had a few contact me asking for permission to use my name – hint: I don’t own it!). Most of the time I tell them to just let go. If it makes their puppy side jump for joy, then go for it. If you want to be known as Pup Dildo, then Pup Dildo it is!

Overanalyze – This can be a toughie, as some pups will think about this name versus that name, do cost-benefit analysis charts, conduct surveys and focus group different names. I do love these kinds of pups, because they are so analytical that when you get them into true pup headspace they are the most joyful because of the contrast to their daily lives. For them, I tell them this: For years when I was a kid I played the violin. Tuning the strings is very important, and one of the first things you learn. It was the only thing about a violin I did well because I got from the beginning what the instructor was trying to tell us. Other kids would analyze the process, try to listen, develop patterns that dialed in the strings quickly, but I was always faster at it. I was often asked by the others to tune their strings for them before a concert. The part I figured out was just to listen for the string to resonate. When the string is just right it will vibrate in a way that causes you to feel “right”, the air around the strings and the neck of the instrument vibrate just “right”.  For pups that are analyzing their name, I tell them, pluck the string and see if it resonates, if it stirs an emotion of happiness and pride then you are there, you have found your name. Leave analyzing for work time and other non-pup boring crap.

Waiting for a Sir – As a pup that found my name before I heard of pups, let alone handlers, I am obviously not an advocate of waiting until you find a Sir or Handler to have them name you. There is a pup name in you that is waiting to come out, and a Handler that is worth their salt is only going to help get it out, not come up with something they just like. If the name is inside you then you can be the one to pull it out. Usually these pups, the ones that are saving themselves for a Sir before a name, are not really asking for advice for naming but rather validation for doing so. To them I just ask if they are still happy while they are waiting. Most are not, and the distress of not having a name is causing more harm than good. The answer is then easy. I usually tell these pups they have one week to settle on a name. GET TO IT! Worked so far with anyone I have had to be forceful with.

Mental block – Now here is a classic problem that has an answer. Everyone assumes that to be creative all you have to do is let inspiration do all the work and it will just come to you. The truth is that is the hardest way, and often the least successful. Those that make a living being creative do so using processes. Here is my favorite. Take a sheet of paper and just free form words about yourself or puppy play that you like (not necessarily names, just descriptive words). Write them at different angles and in different ways, use different pens. Don’t follow the lines. Set that sheet aside and on a new one, write down the alphabet from the top down. To the right of each letter do the same thing, write words about you or puppy play that are descriptive and that you like, that start with each letter. A words first, then B words, and so on. You can use words from the previous sheet, but don’t look at it. When done select the words that resonated with you. By now you should at least have some good words that you have liked from this process. Pick your favorite and  create a mind-map. To do this, put the word in the center of a new sheet, then think of names (labels, objects, nouns, whatever) that go with that word. Draw a line from the center of your selected word out and write one of your associated names or nouns out from it. The next name/noun you come up with can either be connected to the original, or the new one. Keep branching out as much as you need to. This works best if sheet ends up a mess, with lots and lots of branches. By now, some names will have percolated to the top, if not one single one, that you are starting to fall in love with. If you are, you can stop as that is your name, or keep going. Take a name from the mind map that is a likely candidate and write down all the attributes about that name. Is it strong. Fierce. Playful. Fun. Timid. Shy. Write them all down, then circle the ones that describe you. If not many, it isn’t the name for you. If you circle them all, that is your name. Repeat this process for other names from your mind map until you land on just the perfect name.

Finding a puppy name should be a fun process and it always saddens me when it stresses a boy out. Let it be fun. Let it be a self-discovery process and open yourself up to possibility. Being a puppy is a chance to be our ideal selves, so chasing after that in a way that is painful or distressing is only going to take you farther from your goal.

Good luck pups, can’t wait to hear your new name!

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Doggy Definitions

dog_readingDefinitions are a fascinating thing – to define something is to give it meaning, but who’s to say a word has a single meaning?  In the same way a story has multiple views or contexts, multiple lessons to learn, so too, does a definition have multiple perspectives and meanings. In a way, to redefine someone or one’s self is a way to add a new perspective to how a person is perceived or how they view of the world.  One such way to redefine yourself, is to grow and explore new exciting kinks and what they mean: puppy play, bondage, fisting, water sports, etc.

For kinky puppies especially, knowing what defines you, what gets your tail-wagging and sexual juices flowing, is a way to not only feel more in tune with yourself, but ensure a fun, open and communicative sexual lifestyle.  What better to expand your intellect, than to redefine words you already know and use them from a new perspective on all-fours!?

This week, for the fun of it, I’ve decided to redefine some things that we instinctively know the definition to, but from the perspective of a pup. I want to capture the fun, magic and playfulness of this art and redefine some very key puppy play related terms in this pup dictionary, or Puptionary. As always, I hope you enjoy!

 

Puptionary

BACON: a divine human food usually salted and dried or smoked, sliced thin and fried. Also seen as a treat for good pups; while the smell is intoxicating to any surrounding puppies, the only sure way to acquire this sustenance is to sit pretty and beg with an upward look no Handler can resist.

BATH: If you find something especially good to roll in, Handlers get jealous and they use this degrading form of torture to get even. Be sure to shake only when next to a person or a piece of furniture.

BICYCLES: Two-wheeled exercise machines, invented for pups to control body fat. To get maximum aerobic benefit, you must hide behind a bush and dash out, bark loudly and run alongside for a few yards. The person then swerves and falls into the bushes, and you prance away.

BONE: also see “treat,” one of the structures Handlers hide in their pants, with proper stimulation, bones are known to get bigger; puppies are known to bury bones in many places.

BUMP: The best way to get your Handler’s attention when they are drinking a fresh cup of coffee or tea.

DEAFNESS: This is a malady which affects pups when their person wants them in and they want to stay out. Symptoms include staring blankly at the person, then running in the opposite direction or lying down.

GARBAGE CAN: A container which your neighbors put out once a week to test your ingenuity. You must stand on your hind legs and try to push the lid off with your nose. If you do it right you are rewarded with margarine wrappers to shred, beef bones to consume and moldy crusts of bread.

LOVE: A feeling of intense affection, given freely and without restriction. The best way you can show your love is to wag your tail. If you’re lucky, a Handler will love you in return.

SCRITCHES/SCRATCHES: also see “treat,” this form of endearment is usually a way for Handler or other appropriated persons to say “hello” or show good behavior has been performed by a puppy. Key spots include: top of the head, tummy, butt and back.

SNIFF: A social custom used to greet other pups, similar to the Handler exchange of business cards or shaking of hands.

SQUIRREL: these beings are small, furry, usually brown and require immediate attention via barking. At times, depending on headspace, it is also appropriate to yell “Squirrel!” as to allow any pups in the immediate vicinity the alert.

THUNDER: This is a signal that the world is coming to an end. Handlers remain amazingly calm during thunderstorms, so it is necessary to warn them of the danger by trembling uncontrollably, panting, rolling your eyes wildly and following at their heels.

TREAT: entertainment, food, etc., given by way of Handler to pup by some sort of chewable object such as bacon, bone, toy. Treats are of the upmost importance and reason enough to perform menial tasks and “tricks” for a handler.

VET: also known as “car rides,” a hospital where puppies are taken to appraise, verify, or check for accuracy of their health.  A clever front to remove ensure the removal of a puppy’s sexual reproductive capabilities; while no accurate way to respond to this horrific trip exists, shaking uncontrollably or whining loudly sometimes works.

WASTEBASKET: This is a pup toy filled with paper, envelopes and old candy wrappers. It is important to evenly distribute its contents throughout the house before your person comes home.

How to add to the Puptionary…

Got some words you want to redefine or add to this small, but growing dictionary? Send them in or add some words to the comments below so we can do this Puptionary filled up! Join us next week as we continue the squirrel-chasing fun of puppy play!

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Shorts 03 – Organizing a Puppy Group

For this show, we are joined by the president of Seattle Pups and Handlers (SEA-PAH), Matthew! The group has been going through the process of establishing all of the details it takes to be an organization. The board is meeting soon to discuss what comes next for the group.

It’s always interesting to check-in with groups when they are at this stage to see what is involved with taking the group up to that next level. It takes a lot of work to set up an organization to thrive for years to come. Litters of pups to come will be grateful!

 

Show Notes

Discussion Topics

  •  The “Julie the Cruise Director Story”
  • We get to know Matthew here is a bit
  • The structure of the puppy group
  • The types of events they put on
  • Their upcoming board retreat and why they are organizing

About Our Guest

Matthew is the president of Seattle Pups and Handlers (SEA-PAH), one of the upstart puppy groups taking root throughout the Northwest and the rest of the US. Check out their website for more information about  their group. Find Matthew at recon.com/ILove1stClass.

 

This episode sponsored by: Mr. S Leather.

 

 

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Amp’in it up!

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*sniff sniff… *

So you’re probably wondering to yourself, “self, who is this crazed, masked freak sniffing me?!”

Well after any good sniffing from a pup comes a proper introduction of who that puppy is. Who, huh? Who is but the form following the function of what, and what I am is a human in a puppy mask.  However, “who” I am is far more important to the substance of this blog than what.  So let me simply say that it’s my “Amp-le” opportunity to auspiciously announce that it’s a pleasure to meet you and that you may call me Amp. I am a human puppy, and I am writing this blog to discuss and explore the world of puppy play.

Like many people in life, I have an interest within a certain community and I want to share ideas, ideals, and answer questions to further the progress of an already growing kink called puppy play.  Human dog training, or puppy, is a playful, loving type of roleplay where one person assumes the role of a pup (playful affectionate sub) while another person, the Handler (caretaker and owner of the pup).   Puppies come in all shapes and sizes, genders and backgrounds — and even breeds; they just happen to see doctors who treat them instead of vets. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves just yet . . . no spoilers!

The Road to Puppy Play…

Let me tell you about my own pedigree. I didn’t always dream of romping around on all fours and barking at squirrels. I too had my own introduction into what constitutes a human puppy.  Ironically enough, I’ve always grown up fascinated by dogs. Growing up as a gay boy in a Catholic grade school, I was somewhat of a stray myself, and I loved how loyal dogs were; how affectionate and unconditional they were in their love (even after you chopped their balls off).

Fast forwarding to 2011, I witnessed the wagging buttplugs and playful masks of puppies for the first time at a local bar.  I was taken aback at first, watching their tails furiously bouncing as the boys romped around nearly naked. But I also noticed one thing inside those floppy hoods: their eyes gleamed, and the way they sparkled with such a playful nature gave off an almost raw representation of their emotions. I was curious. It wasn’t until a camping trip with some gay friends later that year that I first witnessed a puppy and handler outside of gear. The connection they shared was deeper, more meaningful and so fucking adorable compared to any vanilla relationship I had ever seen. I was hooked; I wanted to be a puppy.  So naturally, I did what any boy does to distinguish a human from a dog; I decided to buy a rubber tail and stick it up my ass! Clearly, I was still new to this…

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Amp at The Best in Show Show.

What is Puppy Play to me…

So what have I learned since then, and what is a puppy, anyway? Well, since those first interactions, I have grown as a kinky person and as a pup. I learned quickly after much lube and discomfort, that a tail is not what makes the pup.  No, a pup is distinguished by his actions and instincts: loving and loyal, inquisitive and playful, and, from time to time, full of mischief. So what is and isn’t puppy play? Puppy play is not about bestiality.  Similarly, puppies are not about humiliation, at least not initially. At the core, puppies are about that unconditional love, that spark of playfulness in a pup’s eye when he sees a squeaky toy, and that connection I had witnessed so long ago while camping.  Being a puppy —  to me — is about an opportunity to step outside my identity in the world of responsible adults who have bills to pay and jobs to do.   Amp provides a much-needed outlet to unwind, to be my puppy self and be as playful and sexual as I want with my handler.

Getting Involved…

I’m blessed that Seattle has such a wonderful kink community and active pup group, Sea-Pah (Seattle Pups and Handlers), both communities of which have always given me a safe place I felt accepted and appreciated.  Since becoming a pup, I’ve competed in a number of events like The Best In Show Show (held by SEA-PAH) and the Northwest Puppy (held by Cascadia Leather Rising) both events of which I won runner-up awards and enjoyed a tail-wagging good time. I’ve been to a number of major leather and rubber events, including IML and Rubbout. Similarly, I’m also involved as the current “Barketing Manager” who handles all graphics and marketing on the Sea-Pah Board of Directors, where I assist in fundraising events.   I’ve networked with pups around the world and started to produce and distribute pup fetish gear providing pups with a way to show pride wherever they go.

So let me just end by saying that I cannot wait to dive in, doggy-paddle furiously, maybe even splash a cat or two as I start this blog. I look forward to discussing the full range of pup topics, answering questions, and, with any luck, shedding new light on the diversity of viewpoints in the ever-expanding universe of puppy play.  More than even that, though, I want to give back to a community that has given me so much!

Like, share, comment and question, and I’ll catch you kinksters later! Dont forget to follow me on Twitter and Facebook
ARROUU!!!
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Episode 46 – Figaro!

We had the pleasure to have on our show our friend Pup Figaro, the recent winner of the newly created Northwest Puppy Contest. He was joined by his handler, Wruff Pack Handler, and their Squeak Toy!

We had a discussion all about his journey to becoming a pup and a kinkster, and his experience with the contest. We also talk about their very interesting family dynamic and the number of pups in their pack. How they keep it all in their head, I’ll never know!

It was a good time and a wild night that we are happy to have you be a part of! Enjoy!

 

Show Notes

 In the News

About Our Guest

Pup Figaro is a musician and pup extraordinaire from Vancouver, B.C. Canada. He is very active in VAH-PAH and other Northwest puppy groups. He lives with his handler Wruff Pack Handler, and with their Squeak Toy. Find him on Facebook and Twitter.

 

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