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Sadism

Submission 

Masochism

BDSM

                                    Bondage

                                                A tied-up body part is probably what comes to mind when you think of Bondage.

                                                It can be range from loosely-wrapped tie around the wrists to rope, tape, handcuffs, scarf, a belt, chains, amazing intricate Shibari rope designs.

                                                If you are new to BDSM, start with simple silk ties to practice bondage.

                                                Easy-release handcuffs and super-soft ropes are also good options for beginners.

                                                If you are craving for more and want to make ART with the rope, you can reach out to a Professional Riggers or Master Shibarists.

                                                Be very cautious with bondage as if done incorrectly ie: too tight / body-bending bondage can cause long-term nerve damage and serious injuries.

                                                It is recommend that you stay away from the rougher play until you know exactly what you are doing or being supervised by a professional.

Bondage

Discipline

Domination

Discipline & Domination

The letter D in BDSM stands for both Discipline and Domination, the latter being one of the core aspects of BDSM.

Dominant identifies as a sexual Dominant who likes to be in charge.

Discipline is a practice where the Dominant sets Rules for the Submissive and expects him/her to obey them.

When the rules are broken, punishment follows which is often used as a means of disciplining.

Rules are set so that a Submissive knows how to behave so that the Dominant is not displeased.

Punishments can range from physical pain (such as spanking, flogging, Verbal abuse etc.) to psychological pain (public humiliation, bathroom control, etc.)

 

Sadism & Masochism

BDSM play with more intensity...with caution 

Sadism is inflicting mental or physical pain While the Masochist enjoys receiving the pain.

SadoMasochism means receiving pleasure from either giving or receiving pain and/or humiliation.

A masochist gets aroused  by having some intense acts done to them by a Sadist.

The level of pain and discomfort must be pre-determined before hand.

Active Consent 

In BDSM "Active Consent" means never attempt any sexual act without asking first and pay close attention to each other during play just in case something that usually feels good happens to feel bad and vice versa.
Part of practicing active consent involves negotiating the terms and rules of the sexual encounter.

Safe Word

Before starting participating in any scene, you and your partner should agree on a safe word; a special word or designated movement (when the submissive is gagged) which sends the message that there is some sort of problem and the scene needs to stop immediately.

The safe word needs to be something you usually don’t scream during intense moments... Namely : Carpet , Clock , Zombie  etc... 

 

Also a safe choice to use the traffic light system:

   

  1. Red: immediately stop

  2. Yellow: getting near my limits

  3. Green: keep going

 

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