Tickle t*****e

Tickling, or tickling t*****e, is a practice in BDSM in which the bottom is tickled. Tickling is also used outside of BDSM as a sexual practice that increases arousal and allows for pleasure. Mechanism of effect. Tickling causes a reflex contraction of peripheral skin vessels; this causes both the temperature of the extremities (by a few tenths of a degree) and their volume to drop. This explains the pallor of the skin in the place of tickling, but at the same time there is a strong increase in b***d pressure in the carotid artery, in the vessels of the head and brain, where the b***d is displaced from the areas subjected to tickling. The face turns red, the pulse and breathing become more rapid. There are two types of tickling - knysmesis, arising from light touch, and gargalesis, from more rough impacts on especially sensitive to tickling places on the body. The second type of tickling is also accompanied by general excitement, laughter and reflex uncontrolled movements. After prolonged tickling in the form of gargalesis there is a collapse of strength, and often fainting, which may be accompanied by effects similar to sabspace. Tickling has long been used as a means of t*****e as well as execution, with prolonged tickling leading to death. Therefore, despite its seemingly innocuous nature, tickling is classified as an extreme practice. It should not be practiced on people with any vascular problems. A pathological fear of tickling (pteronophobia) also completely rules out the practice. To be fair, tickling is also used as a therapeutic practice for a variety of conditions. Tickling terminology. Tickling enthusiasts have their own terminology. So, the one who tickles - is called tikler, and the bottom, the one who is tickled - tikla (a man is sometimes called tikl). Note that ticklers (as well as representatives of many other subcultures) also call their hobby Theme. Tickling Technique. Tickling is done with a hand, a feather (special feathers are also sold for this purpose), hair, feet (tickling can be combined with foot fetish) and various objects. The main areas for tickling are feet, armpits, breasts, stomach, neck, face, ear lobe - usually tickled with a feather, and so on. Different people may have different areas sensitive to tickling, with tickling different parts of the body causing different reactions. Whether the tickle is fixed depends on the degree of trust and agreement, the first tickling sessions are best done without fixation. There are a number of poses that eliminate the possibility of harming the tickler with uncontrolled tikli movements. As a fixation in tikling are used and non-traditional for BDSM means - for example, a blanket, leaving the feet free. Latex costumes are also used. Tickling outside the BDSM community. A whole subculture has sprung up around tikling, only partially overlapping with the Theme community, where tikling is just one of the many practices of a section of Theme. There are (including in Russia) clubs of tikling enthusiasts, special sites, and meetings. A code of tikling has been developed, which ultimately boils down to the same norms of voluntariness, reasonableness and safety as in BDSM. The use of the stop word is also envisaged.