Things Every Woman Should Know About BDSM

BDSM actually stands for:

BDSM includes bondage and discipline (B&D), dominance and submission (D&S), and sadism & masochism (S&M). The terms are lumped together that way because BDSM can be a lot of different things to different people with different preferences,
BDSM moves Position ,Things Every Woman Should Know About BDSM
Things Every Woman Should Know About BDSM

BDSM is A good place to start is to talk about fantasies with your lover; if you like the idea of restraints either for you or your partner, say so. Likewise, if you want to experience pain, or indeed administer it in a sexual situation, explore that with your lover too.

BDSM doesn’t have to hurt.
It can be simply about role-play: playing at dominance and submission with traditional characters and predictable outcomes – naughty schoolgirl, (or boy) spanked for naughtiness etc., although there can be whole lot more to explore depending on your wants and desires. You can go deeper and darker into any role-play if you choose, and there is a whole labyrinth of ideas and scenarios for you to explore should you wish to do so. If you need inspiration, read books and short stories.
Pain can be pleasurable.
It’s worth knowing that the reason that pain can be so arousing is that our bodies send extra blood to areas affected by pain and those areas become extra sensitive, so the pain and pleasure mix can be very intense yet still feel erotic. It can be a powerful feeling too, both for the giver and the receiver

Some BDSM  Moves to try  / some BDSM Positions

Sensation Play With A Blindfold.

 blindfolded sensation play. What does that mean, you ask? Basically, you lightly restrain someone (or are restrained yourself, depending on your preference), blindfold them, and then introduce various sensations with various objects. So maybe you run a feather over them or you pinch them or you give them a spank or tease them to edge of orgasm. The idea is allow the non-blindfolded person to have control of everything that’s happening and for the blindfolded person to surrender control to them.
blindfold her and then, without saying a word, randomly use sex toys on her that have a variety of tactile feels.
A combination of ice cubes, or alternating between rubbing her with rabbit fur and spanking her, work very well to build the anticipation of not knowing what may come next.
Biting is a great entry-level way to play, but Miette warns that talking about it beforehand is again essential — and part of that talk should be about marks. Some people are into them and some people really aren’t, so make sure you know where your partner stands before you start chomping down.

Orgasm Denial

In this kinky technique, the man brings her just to the point of orgasm and then stops what he is doing.


She has fully submitted in this vulnerable sex position. Her legs are spread as widely as possible and are either held down by his strong hands or tied up. This is missionary, giving him deep access and full control. He may also want to tie her hands with her arms stretched out, submitting fully to his desires.

Bent Over Backward
She's on her stomach, resting on her elbows with her legs stretched out.
"He sits on her thighs and enters her. Her hands can be tied together for this, and a slider bar can be used on her legs for additional restraint. This position allows him to grind into her, keeping full control,"

Plunder Dog
This is a modified doggy style position, with the female lying face down and her legs minimally spread apart.
"He mounts her, putting his weight on her and holding her down as he enters her from behind. She'll have no question of who's in control in this deep access position,"


Spanking is definitely a common fantasy and starting lightly is a good idea, with the option of ramping it up as you go, of course. Start with hands and then incorporate toys as you and your partner(s) become more experienced.
“I found it really exciting as a beginner to be told I had to count the number of blows I was going to receive because it was not only a pain thing, but a power thing,”

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