Mare or perhaps more accurately MᗩRƐ or MAR3 is an 23yr old male artist from Denmark that draws some incredibly sexy kink illustrations. From his patreon page, he says that he draws a variety of different kinks but what you’ll mainly get are femdom, milfs, futa, orgasm control, chastity, big boobs, big dicks, SPH, NTR, facesitting, feet…. etc. etc.
You may not be into all of those things but if you are into any of them, I guarantee that you will be impressed with his work. Here are some places that you can find his stuff.
- PIXIV (Censored)
- Stream (Picarto)
Here are a few examples. All credit of course goes to the artist and I highly recommend that you support him by subscribing to his patreon page. I’d love to see more like these.
Chastity Strap-on Wholesomeness
Side By Side
The Cock Sleeve (Multi Frame)
What Could Have Been
Miss Avery Teasing Her Pet
I really like Mare’s style and the lighthearted femdom themes of his illustrations. If you find any more that you like, send them my way and I’ll post them. If you like them, please support the artist at his patreon. I did reach out to Mare but I haven’t heard back, hopefully I can get him to post a note for our readers.
I have seen some of his work before when I was looking for a suitable avatar. I do like some of it. I also found this one a while back and I’m not sure if it’s one of his or not?
I don’t know if I like these very much. They definitely play into multiple kinks that I have related to humiliation and cuckolding, but at the same time I feel like the underlying message in a lot of this stuff is not body-positive or uplifting, and instead encourages shame and feelings that the body that someone was born with is less than worthy and unable to provide pleasure.
I agree with you and the truth of the matter is that even a slightly below average sized penis is capable of satisfying most women. Kev and I do a bit of SPH play and the teasing turns him on but that is really the only reason we do it. I like to see his reactions and he likes to feel the arousal that it spurs.
Is he huge down there? Nope. Does that matter, really? Nope. Am I unique in this? I really don’t think so. A very small amount of my friends seek out the big ones. If it can do the job, most of them are just fine. The difference is the confidence, the BDE – big dick energy that comes with a guy who knows he is packing, in most cases that is more attractive than the size itself.
SPH objectifies men by reducing their value to the size of their penis. Reducing a man to his penis is no different than reducing a woman to her vagina which our culture/feminism frowns upon.
Does this type of play reinforce insecurities that Kev may already have? Yes! Is this type of play good for body positivity? Absolutely not. Can it still be fun if both parties find it arousing and fun? I think it can unless it causes hurt feelings or seems to deepen insecurities. If you choose to do this type of play, communicate about it and make sure that it is just that – play.
As a woman, consider what chaste husband said. Think of the female self images that society puts in front of you. Realize that this type of play is teasing and is no different than those size 0 models with large breasts that society expects us to be. Much of this body shaming related to penis size comes from men just as much of the female body expectations comes from women.
The point is, realize that you are playing with fire and play delicately so neither of you get burned.
Edit: Thanks for the inspiration, I think I’ll write a blog about this. <3
Aw, thank you for saying that was inspiring! I’m glad that you found my comment meaningful 🙂
And I would love to read your thoughts on male body image – I don’t feel like it’s a topic that is paid much attention to, but the social pressures of that do result in a lot of the “toxic masculinity” that goes on in the world. Take the idea of “big dick energy” that you mentioned. If there are people who are gaining a sense of self importance from having been born with an extra inch or two of skin between their legs, I feel like that does nothing to encourage introspection, self love, and a desire to be a good person. It’s a completely random attribute that they did nothing to earn and has nothing to do with who they are as a person. This could apply to any other physical characteristic as well, such as the color of their skin and so on.
I’m late for the conversation but…
Yes, I feel just the same about the toxic masculinity thing. We’re pressured to show manliness early on, and that takes some down a toxic path.
My guess is that it can go both ways: larger guys believing they are the best just because of their penis, as well as men that are smaller being ashamed of their body and then using their anger as a release valve