BDSM Activities


What Is BDSM?

BDSM is a term used to describe certain aspects of a lifestyle choice that can be split into these major groups: bondage and discipline, domination and submission, sadism and masochism.

Although some people think that BDSM is ‘kinky’, in some cases it doesn’t have to involve sex at all – the mental connotations of some acts are more of a turn-on than the prelude of a particular act leading to sex.

Types of BDSM activities

Some types of BDSM practices/ activities include:

  • Dominance/submission
  • Bondage
  • Roleplay
  • Wax play
  • Impact play/spanking
  • Sadism/masochism/pain play
  • Humiliation play
  • Sensation play/edgeplay
  • and many, many more!

How to Practice

If you are interested in giving BDSM a try, there are some great ways to get started. Several “light” BDSM practices can be a good starting point for beginners, including such things as:

  • Hair pulling
  • Blindfolds
  • Light spanking
  • Scarf or tie bondage
  • Roleplaying

For more intense forms of erotic play, many experts suggest taking a class, reading a book, or watching instructional videos. Some practices can be dangerous and lead to injury without taking proper precautions. And, as previously mentioned, BDSM activities need to be carefully pre-negotiated so that each party understands what will happen.

Tips / Tricks

The world of BDSM has its distinct subcultures and terminology. It can be intimidating for beginners, but there are some tips and tricks that may help you explore.

  • Remember that communication is very important. Before you even begin, you need to talk about your interests and boundaries. If you are engaging in something as part of a BDSM scene, it needs to be something that each partner has talked about beforehand.
  • Start slowly. Light BDSM practices are a good starting point for figuring out what you like and what you are comfortable with.
  • Set the scene. Engage all of your scenes. Mood lighting, scented candles, soft music, and erotic clothing can all help create the right mood for your BDSM play.
  • Have a safeword and don’t be afraid to use it. BDSM should be fun for everyone involved—so if something isn’t working for you or is too much for you to handle, there’s no shame in saying so and trying something else.

Here is a list of BDSM equipment and how to use them solo or in combination with each other during a play!

So you know you’re turned on by BDSM and kink. You’ve thought a lot about it and maybe you’ve even done some of the things with some fancy leather toys. But there is more to BDSM than just steamy sex and light flogging.

Here is a list of different types of BDSM play equipment and how they work to help you get started in filling your toy bag like a pro!


Restraints

When you get right down to it, restraint play sex is no different than any other kind of sex. At the heart of BDSM are trust, respect, and consideration. Restraints can also be used to lock your partner in place, making it easy to have your way with them.

Sensory Deprivation

Sensory deprivation or perceptual isolation is the deliberate reduction or removal of stimuli from one or more of the senses. This can be achieved by blindfolding your partner or using earphones to block out sound.

Physical Stimulation

Sensation play is a class of activities meant to impart physical sensations upon a partner. This can include impact or sensual stimulation. The most commonly used items for these sort of plays are wax play (using candles), knife play (scratching the skin with the tip of a knife) or using a wartenberg wheel, tracing it over your partner’s skin.

Sexual Stimulation

One of the most popular ways to spice up your sex life. Common ways to sexually stimulate your partner is by having them exposed. Fun ways to sexually stimulate him/her is to use a spreader bar to force their legs to stay open and using a Massage Wand on the genitalia. Nipple clamps are also a great way to stimulate sexually.

Bondage Furniture

Special BDSM furniture available for all kinds of activities. Making use of specially designed furniture can enhance your play scene and set the mood. Some of the most commonly used furniture items include spanking benches, St. Andrew’s cross and Queening chairs.

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