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It is a broad term that includes many ways for people to use dominance and submission, bondage, pain and other activities for erotic arousal or personal growth. While kink may involve sex play including oral, genital and anal sex, not all kink involves kink sex and submission sex. People may experiment with, or act out, roles that are different than how they live their day-to-day lives. Kink play with a partner often involves two general roles:.
These roles are agreed upon by all people involved, and both the top and bottom are involved in setting limits on their activities. There are also many ways that people can enjoy solo kink play, including dressing in fetish clothing, doing solo bondage, or playing with sensation. There are many different types of kink play, including fantasy and role play, fetish and giving or receiving sensation.
A person can also have feelings of euphoria or intense focus. Other people may kink sex and submission the vulnerability they feel during play. Some people may find the different types of possible play a bit overwhelming. Others may want to try it all at once. It is recommended that each person take time to learn about the types of play that interest kink sex and submission.
Communication and consent are at the heart of kink play. Players can stop a scene at any moment if they want or need to. Some players may choose to use a safeword instead. A safeword is a word or al that the players agree will stop a scene right away. The safeword should be agreed on before starting a scene.
Using a safeword also lets resistance be a part of play. While communication and consent can take many forms, some players use known rules to negotiate play. These frameworks focus on safety, consent, and awareness among players. When playing, bottoms or submissives can be affected by strong emotions, or body chemicals like endorphins and adrenalin.
The word subspace or bottomspace is sometimes used to describe the state a submissive or bottom may be in during a scene. Because of this state, it is important to talk about limits and a safeword before starting to play. Tops or Dominants can also be affected by these intense feelings. Some people use the word topspace to describe the state a top can be in during play. After an intense scene, a bottom may feel depressed or vulnerable for a while. This is sometimes called subdrop. It is recommended that play partners talk before about what aftercare might be needed.
Aftercare can range from cuddling, massage or having sex, to talking about how the scene went, or having a snack and rehydrating. Unless BDSM involves skin-to-skin sexual contact, or contact between body fluids such as blood, semen, vaginal fluids and mucous membrane or broken skin, there is not a high chance of getting or passing on an STI. When sexual contact or body fluids are part of kink play, using barriers such as condoms, dams or gloves reduces the chances of passing an STI. The types of sex and the of people involved in sex play may also increase the chances of getting an STI.
Some forms of sexuality involve playing with power, sensation, or fetish. This type of sexuality is often referred to as kink. Kink play with a partner often involves two general roles: One player takes a role guiding the activity, or giving sensation. This partner can be called a top or a Dominant.
The second player follows the direction given by their partner, or receives the sensation. This partner is usually called a bottom or submissive. Types of kink play There are many different types of kink play, including fantasy and role play, fetish and giving or receiving sensation. Some kink play activities include: Bondage: A partner is tied-up or restrained by ropes, cuffs, bondage tape or other types of restraints. Impact play: Can include spanking, paddling, flogging or whipping. Sensation play: May involve using different tools to create unique sensations on the body, such as stroking with soft fur, or scratching with fingernails.
Sometimes more intense sensations may be involved, like carefully controlled fire or electricity. Sensory deprivation: Wearing items like blindfolds, earplugs, masks, or hoods. Piercing play: Involves temporary piercing of the body with sterile needles. Genital play: Involves sensation, bondage or impact play on or around the genitals.
Watersports or golden showers: Playing with urine. Scat play: Playing with feces poop. Wearing costumes or fetish clothing, such as leather, PVC and latex. Fetish play using specific objects or materials, such as silk, nylons, rubber, leather, uniforms, shoes or boots. Communication and Consent Communication and consent are at the heart of kink play. Health considerations Unless BDSM involves skin-to-skin sexual contact, or contact between body fluids such as blood, semen, vaginal fluids and mucous membrane or broken skin, there is not a high chance of getting or passing on an STI. If you are having sex with multiple partners, use a fresh condom each time.
Use new condoms on sex toys if you are sharing them with partners. Talk about STIs and testing with all of your play partners. Get tested for STIs on a regular basis. Do not share porous BDSM toys like plastic toys with different partners if they have come into direct contact with fresh blood or other body fluids. Wash sex toys and equipment after use and between partners. When doing needle play, always use new sterile needles or sharp tools, use alcohol swabs on the skin first, do not reuse needles, and discard sharps safely in a sharps container.
Take care when doing needle play, knife play, or other activities that may break the skin. Coming into direct skin contact with blood may increase the chances of passing blood-borne infections like hepatitis C.
Latex or nitrile gloves can help lower the chances. Be aware that urine can come into contact with bacteria while leaving the body, and so can potentially pass on an STI. Feces can carry bacterial, viral, and parasitic infections. If you are doing scat play, consider using gloves and other barriers to minimize the possibility of direct skin contact with feces. Back to A-Z. Search related content:. Was this helpful? Yes No.Kink sex and submission
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