Non sexual bdsm

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It might be ouchy, thuddy, stingy of impact play. The heat from dripping wax, or the cold of an ice cube. Or tickly, scratchy, soft sensation play. The coarseness of hemp rope. It might be feeling scared, safe, trapped, free, in control, vulnerable, powerful, comforted. Or the shared experience with a friend or partner, creating a beautiful play scene together. And as a way of connecting with a friend or lover. Everybody feels or thinks differently about where exactly the boundary between sexual and non-sexual lies.

Roughly the things I feel to be sexual are any intimate activity that involves genital contact or sight.

Non sexual bdsm

It needs to be much more specific. Which sexual acts or behaviours are okay, and which are hard limits. Which parts of your body are okay to touch, or are breasts, nipples, mouth, genital region, etc off limits. Whether clothing or underwear needs to be worn, or if you are non sexual bdsm with full nudity. I still find these conversations really awkward, but it is better than miscommunications ruining a play session or relationship. Another thing I like non sexual bdsm when negotiating play is what the other person enjoys about BDSM and their reasons for doing it.

I find this helpful anyway for finding a play style that suits us both, and knowing what to expect from each other. But also find it reassuring to know if they can enjoy BDSM for reasons other than sex. Reblogged this on A journey of baking and love. Like Liked by 1 person. I feel the same as you — and you write so beautifully about the reasons I felt really, really interested in getting involved with BDSM in my community. The idea excites me. Certainly where I live, the kink community feels incredibly judgemental. The entire crowd was made up of young, conventionally attractive, cisgender, relatively affluent middle-class folk — I felt like a round peg in a square hole.

It felt like cis women were made far more welcome, for evidently sexual reasons. I never did get to a play event. And likely was seen as less of a threat by some people. But the majority have been pretty open-minded. But one thing I found was that different munches attract different crowds. Some attract more boisterous folk, some attract quieter folks. When I went to my first munches and clubs, I was all excited with thoughts of finding people to play with and date.

And I really think that was a big mistake on my part. So if I could redo that whole experience of starting going to munches and clubs, I would just focus on finding people I enjoy chatting to and making friends. After that, the kink stuff sorts itself out. Hope you do decide to give the kink community another try. There will be people who welcome and accept you for who you are. Like Like. When you go to events do you tell people you are asexual and find yourself explaining it? I feel this exactly.

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Non sexual bdsm

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BDSM Without the S-E-X: Exploring Non-sexual Kink & Relationships