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BDSM is a whole world, and we have a lot of work to do before finishing a good initiation guide to BDSM Mistress London, in any of its aspects. Today we will put one more granite covering the space between a more or less traditional couple, who have tried rather little, and some assiduous fans of BDSM.

How to enter the world of BDSM?

Of course, the first step is to desire it , to have been attracted to submission, pain, humiliation, or a penchant for some fetish. Attraction to explore and feel things like losing control, getting our hair pulled and saying dirty things to us… There are many tendencies to try and explore. The second step is to get informed, something essential in this context.

Once we are clear that we want to experiment with alternative sexuality, we can raise the issue as a couple. It is better not to try it live and direct without warning or talking about it before; Each couple is different and everything that is practiced must always have the consent of both, with clear conditions. You need to set a security keyword; If not all participants enjoy, the game should be stopped, or not done at all.

There are a thousand ways, more or less subtle, to make our partner understand our wishes. As we said, to enter BDSM as a couple, and not with a dominant or submissive already started, you have to make the other understand that it would be good to try to see if the interests are shared and if the differences are reconcilable or not. Far from wanting to encourage divorce, a good solution may be to try a hot kit of BDSM toys, at different levels but mainly for novices.

Imagine receiving your partner like this, with just one movement of the wooden ruler, you will have your student on his knees praying for his sins and waiting for divine punishment.

Remember!

  • SSC (Healthy, Safe, Consensual) & RACSA (Assumed and Consensual Risk in Alternative Sexuality). The games must be Healthy, Safe and Consensual, and the participants must understand that they are going to carry out practices that carry a certain risk.
  • Safety word. There should always be a safe word that stops the game completely when it is mentioned.
  • Common sense. Use common sense.

BDSM is a whole world, and we have a lot of work to do before finishing a good initiation guide to BDSM, in any of its aspects. Today we will put one more granite covering the space between a more or less traditional couple, who have tried rather little, and some assiduous fans of BDSM.

Of course, the first step is to desire it , to have been attracted to submission, pain, humiliation, or a penchant for some fetish. Attraction to explore and feel things like losing control, getting our hair pulled and saying dirty things to us… There are many tendencies to try and explore. The second step is to get informed, something essential in this context.

Once we are clear that we want to experiment with alternative sexuality, we can raise the issue as a couple. It is better not to try it live and direct without warning or talking about it before; Each couple is different and everything that is practiced must always have the consent of both, with clear conditions. You need to set a security keyword; If not all participants enjoy, the game should be stopped, or not done at all.

There are a thousand ways, more or less subtle, to make our partner understand our wishes. As we said, to enter BDSM as a couple, and not with a dominant or submissive already started, you have to make the other understand that it would be good to try to see if the interests are shared and if the differences are reconcilable or not. Far from wanting to encourage divorce, a good solution may be to try a hot kit of BDSM toys, at different levels but mainly for novices.

Imagine receiving your partner like this, with just one movement of the wooden ruler, you will have your student on his knees praying for his sins and waiting for divine punishment.

Remember!

  • SSC (Healthy, Safe, Consensual) & RACSA (Assumed and Consensual Risk in Alternative Sexuality). The games must be Healthy, Safe and Consensual, and the participants must understand that they are going to carry out practices that carry a certain risk.
  • Safety word. There should always be a safe word that stops the game completely when it is mentioned.
  • Common sense. Use common sense.
  • What household objects can you turn into erotic toys?
  • Do you remember that day when you saw the wooden spatula differently? All of us have lived that moment of sudden passion in which we begin sexual games with the first object we have in our hand. Today I propose that you take a look at your house and see how almost anything can be turned into a sex toy.

The image of the spatula has automatically reminded me of a BDSM scene and I thought: why not make our houses the best bondage scene? Laugh at 50 Shades of Gray, we don’t need that private room with hanging whips; your kitchen, your living room or your bedroom can also be like Mr. Grey’s lair.

We will not deny that the toys and accessories to practice BDSM have a superior quality and it depends on what practice we want to carry out, it will be better to use a professional toy with guarantees. Above all, we must not endanger our security.

It is very good to play with things that we have at home, but if we get serious we have to resort to products designed for it . Click on the image to enter our BDSM store and take a look at the catalog.

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