BDSM is an acronym for Bondage, Domination, Submission, Sadism and Masochism, however these are just the tools for creating a heightened experience of intimacy within a relationship.
Although the term seems to be about the physical body it is actually more about experiencing the mind as an integral part of sexual pleasure. Fantasies of restraint, roleplays of being controlled and pushed through pain in order to increase the intensity of sex are prevalent in the human mind and so a consensual and understanding BDSM relationship can explore these to bring a variety of extra sensations in the bedroom! By learning about a partners' desires, building trust and taking the time and energy to develop new types of intimacy, BDSM can bring partners closer mentally, emotionally and psychologically!
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This is the art of restraining people by the use of ropes, bondage tape, shackles or cuffs. Most of the equipment used is designed to restrain without causing visible marks (most of us have to go to work and explaining the marks could be very difficult).
This is administered either by verbal commands by a Master or Mistress to their Submissives and Slaves, or by erotic punishments through use of canes, paddles, whips or hands.
Being in charge of a scene or play, usually by a Master or Mistress over a Submissive(s) or Slave(s).
Letting someone else take control of your activities, acting out the scenes and fantasies of a Master or Mistress.
The enjoyment of giving extreme stimulation which may be sexual in nature and which may, with the recipients agreement, include various degrees of pain.
The enjoyment of receiving extreme stimulation which may be sexual in nature and which may, with the recipients agreement, include various degrees of pain.