Common BD, DS, SM Practices and Devices
It would seem that a wide variety of practices in BDSM can fill the life of thematics with pleasures for a long time to come. However, preferences and Taboo still limit the range of acceptable actions in a pair. Another peculiar limitation is common practices for various types of relationships within the Theme.
Spanking as Pleasure and Punishment
Spanking can be used as education, humiliation and a source of pleasure. The action is one, but the effect of it is completely different. What is the reason for this? Let's start with a simple one: masochism. Getting satisfaction akin to sexual orgasm from painful practices is a key feature of S/M relationships. And it is in this category that BDSM flogging and flagellation are central. Can be used as a regular palm, and a number of shock devices: floggers, cats, dogs, various single-tails and stacks.
In D/S practice, flogging more often acts as an instrument of control, punishment or humiliation. Everything will depend on the established rules and the taboos within the couple. As a rule, public flogging, even light and with simple device, causes a sharp feeling of the bottom partner, which leads to the desired result. The most common device for D/S flogging is the stack. It is also called a status tool in the hands of the Top.
As an education, flogging can be used in B/D couples to consolidate some rules of behavior, for example, or other necessary things. Most often, in this category of relations, a palm or a belt is used as educational “device”.
Stop Word as An Element of Psi-Sadism
Despite the fact that the stop word is an indispensable element of BDSM practices, even it can be included as a game part in practice. Coming up with a particularly difficult word, hard-to-pronounce or long phrases can be another option for torturing the bottom partner.
This is most often used during S/M practices, when the partner is not able to pronounce and a simple word falls into a state close to u*********s pleasure. However, regular repetition of the stop word in D/S or B/D pairs also serves as an educational measure.
Important note: this practice is permissible only in pairs with a high degree of mutual trust, where one partner can fully rely on the second and not be afraid for their health or life.
Common practices also include depersonalization and forniphilia, which can be brought to the peak of Dominant power or used in a lighter version. The differences between BDSM categories are also in motivation and established rules within the couple.
And yet, do not forget that everything happens in the Topic by mutual agreement, so it’s nice to repeat the preliminary agreements before the session again.