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BDSM 101 - a beginner's guide to BDSM

Written on December 21st, 2020 by Naughty Ads Updated December 22nd, 2020. Viewed 872 times.
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In books, screens, magazines, and on the internet; BDSM is everywhere, and chances are high you'll have have seen or heard of it. However, the question is, have you ever tried BDSM, or rather, do you have a pull towards this kinky world. BDSM, short form for bondage, dominance, submission, sadism and masochism, is one aspect of sexuality that confines people, even the open-minded ones, into a neat little box when it comes to intimacy. Sex is an evolving art that demands replenishing once in a while. If you're here, we tend to guess that the driving force is your desire to learn more about this exciting sexual practice. Here, you'll find a comprehensive beginner's guide to BDSM that has been carefully crafted based on opinions of the best sex enthusiasts in town, adult providers, brothel owners and Auckland escorts.

1.      Find information about BDSM.

It makes no sense to indulge in something you don't understand well. BDSM might be a four-letter word, but it carries a lot of weight in the sexual world, and on the same note, involves lots of sexual practices.

Here is a simple breakdown of what BDSM is all about.

Bondage and discipline

In this form of BDSM, restraints are the main focus. One person, or rather your partner, controls what you feel in terms of pain and pleasure. It involves simple bondage gear such as cuffs, ropes, and other kinds of restraints. On the other hand, discipline involves dominance and submissive play, where a partner, the dom, sets the rules to be followed by the submissive. 

Dominance and submission

This simply involves a sub, who gives all the power and control to a dominant partner (dom).

Sadism and masochism

This involves intense sexual acts that are done by the kinky partners who enjoy deriving pleasure from pain.

2.      Talk to your partner about it.

This world of pleasure calls for a massive commitment from both partners. If you feel like you can handle all the kinkiness, make sure you discuss it with your partner rather than jumping into it without his or her consent. Hold a deep conversation and agree on whether you want to go down this road together or not.

3.      Shop for the right gear

If you both agree on a go-ahead, make sure you shop for the best bondage gear appropriate for beginners. We recommend you start slow before going all out on the sex toys and bondage accessories. For beginners, restraints, blindfolds, floggers, and candles are just perfect. More examples include ropes, tapes, and nipple clamps.

The bottom line

Whether BDSM is fun or not depends on what you share between you and your partner. Therefore, the best way of approaching this is by talking to your partner and going down this road together. Click here to contact a Naughty Ads BDSM provider.

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