If more is better, check out our cards for polyamorous lovers.
The kink has landed and it is very, very good.
We thought we were pretty darned smart when we created our original set of Heart2Heart cards. We worked very hard to strip out embedded biases regarding who would give or receive the card. When we were done, we had a set of 69 cards that were appropriate for all kinds of adult couples, regardless of culture, gender, or orientation.
Old / young? Yup.
We talked to some people (we're good at that) and discovered that kink communities are badly underserved in the area of relationship resources and cards.
So we completely ignored our advisory board's edict that "You Shall Not Make More Stuff" and wrote up a set of cards for couples who love (or who want to begin to explore) kinky fun. We commissioned the wonderful romance artist Matiko Mamaladze to create some new drawings, and put all the pieces together. Then we asked the wonderful people at the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom to take a look at what we had done. They made some excellent suggestions, we made some changes, and then sent the file off to our printer.
The result is another set of 69 cards for lovers in (or getting into) kinky fun. These cards will provoke questions, answers, and possibly much more openness amongst couples as to what you want and how you want it.
Tech off. Turn on!
Note: if kink's not your think, check out our cards for Polyamorous couples or our regular Heart2Heart cards.
TiffinTalk's Heart2Heart box comes with 69 (yeah, that's no accident!) cards of good, clean (?), fun. Each card has an intimate, romantic, fun, or loving question inside with four blank cards to allow your own imagination to run riot. The cards are meant to be personalized and there’s lots of room to leave a note or sketch a map that leads to a candlelit room. Leave the signed card on a nightstand, on the dashboard, in a briefcase, in the refrigerator, tucked in Fido’s collar…
The Heart2Heart cards can help lovers discover (or re-learn) just what turns their partner on. There is no app for love. And this is not a game to embarrass yourself or your partner in front of family or friends. Our cards are meant for eye contact when you realized you’ve been staring longer at your screens than each other.
TiffinTalk commissioned a local, renowned romance artist who created the romantic images on the front of each card. And the card backs have a TiffinTalk titillating tidbit: a fun, romance-related fact for the lover who is also a trivia lover.
With 69 cards, you are bound to rekindle a spark – several times over.
(Heart2Heart for couples shown below; the Kink and Polyamory boxes will have different artwork and very different contents.)
You can't app this!