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Alphabet soup time! B: bondage- physically or psychologically restricting movements of another. D: domination- having power or control over another. S: sadism- finding pleasure in causing pain to another. M: masochism- getting pleasure from receiving pain from another. Put it all together and what’ve you got? BDSM: a subculture shrouded in misconceptions. Your mind just probably flashed to latex catsuits and dungeons. Or CEOs being dominated by women with whips wearing unbelievably high stilettos. The BDSM world is unique in the fact it’s the leader in consent culture. Meaning it is psychologically speaking, a very healthy community. Everything done between partners is consensual and discussed beforehand whilst sober. You hear people talk a lot about ‘safe words’ and that’s where it comes from. Someone screaming ‘No! Please stop!’ can be a major turn on for some people, so when you hear ‘Reindeer!’ you know it’s time to immediately stop and check in. The intensity in BDSM relationship is based on handing over your trust to another person knowing that trust will not be broken. Everyone is equal in this world. A Bottom is in just as much control as the Top and vice versa. Pain is a natural fantasy most people have and when it’s discussed and consensual, exchanges can be incredible. But if the pain is a one-sided desire perhaps a bit of therapy is in order to discover where this want came from. For people unfamiliar with the BDSM world please don’t read or watch 50 Shades and think it’s a how-to-guide. Perhaps a how-to-NOT. If this world is interesting or exciting to you- get on some forums, check out your local kink clubs or munches and explore this often misunderstood world. Want to learn more about how to take a beating? Submission, Domination, Sadomasochism
Bondage has a lot of different aspects. Depends on what you’re into. You’ve probably read through the other BDSM and bondage preferences by now. Hard BDSM is for experienced kinksters only. And it’s not always about fucking. BDSM has a lot of benefits outside of just having kinky sex. Hard BDSM is a careful practice, often involving an assortment of devices and instruments according to your particular kink or fetish. It can also be psychological too. The most important thing you can learn from BDSM is SSC. Safe, sane and consensual. This means you discuss what you’re doing BEFORE you do it. What hard no-gos are, safewords and very importantly aftercare. You can’t just strap someone up on a St. Andrew’s Cross, beat the fuck out of them and then walk away. For those kinky and daring enough to enter this dungeon, play hard, love hard, be safe hard. It’s about pleasure and sweet pain. If you liked this topic also have a look at: BDSM Bondage, BDSM, Soft Bondage
Bondage is perhaps the most accessible part of BDSM, since everyone pretty much gets how to do it. But keep in mind it also has a pretty huge learning curve. You need to be careful when restricting movement so that you don't cause injury. You'd be surprised how far experts can take it! You might see one partner in handcuffs, hogtied and strapped to an examination table. Or perhaps hung in a swing. The Top may use a straightjacket, a chastity belt, or even a spreader (St. Andrew's Cross). The restrictions are usually part of both foreplay and fucking, although in extreme scenes the orgasms might be caused by sex toys or other devices. If you are more the vanilla type, you might play around with scarves, shawls, tights or belts to spice things up just a tad. Here are some other links that might interest you: Blindfolds, Roleplay Handcuffs, BDSM

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