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What is BDSM?

BDSM is the term used to describe the sexual acts of bondage and discipline, domination and submission, and sadism and masochism. In other words, BDSM is widely used to describe any sexual act that may be classed as “kinky”.

Now, we appreciate all of this can sound a little scary and BDSM is a word that can instantly strike fear into many of us, conjuring up images of gimp masks and nipple clamps, but fear not – the world of BDSM is diverse!

Yes, there are those that enjoy the pleasure pain game but, at the other end of the spectrum, bondage can be a romantic experience that helps secure long lasting and loving relationships. When you participate in bondage you are giving yourself to your partner, demonstrating that you feel safe with them and this, in turn, builds trust between you.

Whilst BDSM has been around for centuries, the world-wide success of Fifty Shades of Grey in recent years has greatly popularised these sexual activities at the same time as making them better understood. Today, society sees BDSM as something more mainstream than ever before.

The Best Bondage Gear for Beginners:

Blindfolds: A simple blindfold obstructs the wearer’s sight, heightening the other senses and creating an atmosphere of anticipation, sexual tension and excitement. Blindfolds can help people to feel less self-conscious, allowing them fewer inhibitions and increasing confidence.

Handcuffs: Probably the easiest way to restrain your partner. If the thought of handcuffs is a little frightening, use a pair of silk ties to gently bound the wrists or ankles. The effect is just as good.

Bondage Tape: Sticking only to itself, bondage tape will make for some very special memories – without fear of becoming chained to the bed posts in need of the emergency services or an open-minded locksmith!

Full Body Restraints: Under-bed restraints fit under the mattress and enable you to tie your partner up with wrist and ankle cuffs. For a less intimidating and beginner-friendly option, look out for a kit with Velcro fastenings.

Feather Ticklers: The ideal introduction to bondage. Designed to increase sense perception, ticklers are the perfect way to get started with spanking. Use a tickler to deliver shivers of anticipation as its gentle touch makes the skin tingle with delight.

Spanking Paddles: These vary the experience of spanking with unique textures, styles and shapes. Paddles are ideal for bondage beginners, or anyone seeking a lighter spanking experience, as they have a broader impact area.

Whips and crops: For a more intense experience, a whip or a crop may be a better choice. Whips and crops focus their impact on a smaller area, resulting in a stinging sensation that some couples prefer.

Floggers: These versatile tools are ideal for couples who like the idea of power play, but aren’t into the pain game. A flogger can be used similarly to a feather tickler to stroke and tickle sensitive areas.

How to Talk About Bondage With Your Partner

Whilst the thought of being bent over spanked may turn you on, how do you know your partner will feel the same? If you want to introduce bondage into your relationship, turning up in the bedroom wielding a dog collar and ball gag might not be the best approach.

It’s important to talk about these things. Start by introducing the subject gently into conversation. Ask your partner how they would feel about wearing a blindfold, whether they have any fantasies they would like to share, or whether they have ever tried role play. At all times, respect how your partner feels. Bondage isn’t everyone’s cup of tea but chatting and being honest with each other will help you discover what they’re comfortable with.

When starting out, it’s best to keep things simple. A blindfold and handcuffs are perfect for your first play session, bringing heightened senses and an atmosphere of anticipation.

Avoid ropes initially – a great alternative is bondage tape. It sticks only to itself and is strong enough to give the feeling of being bound whilst still being easy to remove when required.

How to Spank Your Partner

A well-timed spank can heighten foreplay, roleplay and intercourse. Spanking increases blood flow, providing a rush of euphoric endorphins – otherwise known as happy hormones! If you’re new to spanking, here are a few tips to help you on your way.

Spanking paddles come in a range of different textures, styles and shapes, allowing you to fine-tune the experience to your liking. Paddles are ideal for beginners and lighter spanking as they have a broader impact area. Whips and crops, on the other hand, focus the impact on a smaller area and are the perfect choice for more experienced couples.

Floggers are another versatile tool and are a great choice for couples who enjoy power play, but aren’t into anything painful. A flogger can be used to stroke and tickle sensitive areas of the body.

Vary the speed at which you spank, the impact and where you use the paddle, whip or crop. How close you hold these to the body will vary the sensation also, so talk to your partner about what they prefer. Experiment with your techniques and remember – practice makes perfect!

Frequently Asked Questions

Domination is the act of controlling someone whilst submission is the act of yielding to someone. In every BDSM encounter, there will be at least one dominant and one submissive participant. The dominant participant will administer discipline or pain for sexual gratification. The submissive participant, on the other hand, will receive that discipline or pain for their own sexual satisfaction.

Safe words ensure wellbeing and safety during the heat of the moment. When picking a safe word, choose something that can’t be confused with sex acts or role play, making it clear that when the word is used play stops immediately. Safe words provide reassurance that participation is optional, and ensure everyone has the power to disengage at any point.

BDSM in its simplest form is the act of inflicting and receiving pain for pleasure. So yes, pain is involved, but the key word here is “pleasure”. To keep the pleasure flowing, and avoid any danger of hurting your partner, clear communication is vital. Consider using the traffic light system during erotic play:

  • Red: Stop
  • Yellow: Slow down
  • Green: Go

If you’re keen to try BDSM, it’s important to talk about it first. Try introducing the subject gently into conversation. Ask your partner how they would feel about trying something together, making sure to keep it nice and simple to begin with. Shopping together online for bondage gear can be a great introduction. At all times, respect your partner’s feelings.

Aftercare is the term used for checking in with your partner once play has finished. To avoid any negative feelings post-play, remember to reassure your partner of your love and respect for them. This will ensure only happy vibes remain. Naturally, some physical aftercare may also be needed – spanking cream, ice, water and comforting hugs can all help.

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