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BDSM: Bondage, Dominance, Submission, Masochism.

This article will explore the exciting world of BDSM. BDSM is an umbrella term encompassing a wide variety of exotic & sexual practices including but not limited to; bondage, submission, sadomasochism and other related practices. Sadly, there are too many activities which take place for all to be covered in this short piece.

One partner usually experiences erotic and sensory stimulation through using ropes, whips, cuffs and other items on the other partner. Two popular terms you may have come across, or heard are Sub and Dom. Abbreviations of the word submission and dominant. The dom occupies the controlling, superior position, and the sub, as the name suggests occupies the subordinate position. Like slave and master. More can be found out about BDSM through this link, as the topic itself is very broad.

This article will explore three useful ways in which one can stay safe whilst engaging in BDSM practices. This article will be useful for beginners and a useful refresher on safety guidelines for those already engaged in BDSM practices.

Why are rules needed to keep BDSM safe?

The world of BDSM is supposed to be safe not dangerous. Over the last few decades BDSM has been vilified in certain parts of the world and this is also one reason to look for avenues to safen the practice. Your participation shouldn’t be to the detriment of the subculture.

Femdom refers to a woman taking the dominant position in BDSM practices.

Femdom dating for example may be looked down on in certain circles and/or taboo in others. In other circles it is widely appreciated. Conversations have to take place between partners to ensure everyone is 100% comfortable.

By following the three following rules, you ensure you are prepared covering all the bases and not simply rushing into BDSM practices due to peer pressure and intimidation.

1. Conversation and Safe Word

Before delving straight into the world of subs and doms it is best to establish what you’re truly comfortable with. Take time to have conversations with your partner, maybe a few times. Also, agree on a safe word which makes it easy/clear when activity should be stopped if you’re feeling uncomfortable or in pain.

2. Recognise The Risk

Some sexual practices can be dangerous if proper preparation is not done. Anal sex is one example but what about asphyxiation. You can be choked until you pass out or even to the point of death. It should be worth noting individuals have died in circumstances which the other person has gone on to argue that it was a sexual practice gone wrong in court.

Therefore it is never too dangerous just to consider all possible avenues of what could go wrong, and how you intend to react.

3. Don’t Play Under The Influence

If things are going to go wrong this risk is only heightened under the influence of drugs and alcohol. Drugs and alcohol and embolden you, slow your reaction time and make it difficult to grasp how much pain you’re in. This is when accidents and injuries may take place. So in order to take the safety first, harm reduction route. Explore these interests while sober.

This article doesn’t mean to scare you but to provide you with all of the information to recognise that BDSM is not as simple as penetrative intercourse. There are more things to consider more things to discuss. But if you and your partner cannot do so, then it simply exemplifies that you shouldn’t be going down this route. Experience safe, experience happy.

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