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But how often do we hear the nitty-gritty of how we can actually better understand our deepest desires and most embarrassing questions? Bustle has enlisted Vanessa Marin, a sex therapistto help us out with the details. No gender, sexual orientation, or question is off limits, and all questions remain anonymous. How can I get started? A: Thanks for the question!
Pain — or even the threat of pain — can release a rush of endorphins into our bodies. Endorphins are also responsible for the sensation of pleasure in the body. So it makes a lot of sense that many people like a little side of pain with their pleasure! Experiment with the level of pain that you can each tolerate before jumping into the deep end of the pool.
And always, painful sex games, always agree on a safeword beforehand. As soon as that safeword gets uttered, everything needs to come to a screeching halt. OK, now we can get down to it. Here are eight ways for newbies to play. Spanking is usually done on the butt cheeks. Get on your hands and knees and have your partner start tapping right in the middle of one butt cheek. Have them keep their fingers together, with their palm slightly cupped.
Start off with a very light touch. After particularly forceful smacks, have your partner rub the area with their hand. This will help the stinging sensation go away.
There are also plenty of toys you can use to up your spanking game. This LELO suede whip is amazing because you can tickle your partner with the soft suede strands, or whip it for a solid smack. This paddle has a soft fuzzy side that will create fairly gentle spanks, and a leather side that will create a more intense sensation.
If you want even more, a riding crop will give you a localized stinging sensation. With all toys, use them on your arms or thighs first to get a sense of how much force you can safely use. You can ask your partner to give your hair a good tug in the middle of sex. This also works well in Doggystyle.
Your partner should take your entire ponytail into their hand and give a firm pull. Pulling all of your hair at the same time will ensure that none of our hair actually gets pulled out. Again, make painful sex games to communicate with your partner about how much force you can stand. When choking someone, you have to be extremely careful not to use much force. The sides are much more pliable, whereas the front is more likely to lead to actual choking or even injury.
Test it out on your own neck before doing it to a partner. It will be just as sexy! The most commonly-found ones are nipple clampswhich can be used on both men and women. These types of toys are clamped onto the skin, left for a short period of time, then removed. The pinching itself can cause a little or a lot of pain, and the removal of the clamp can bring a rush of sensation to the area.
Sensation play is all about trying to heighten your sensations, typically by cutting off your contact to other sensations. One of the easiest senses to play around with is sight. Have your partner blindfold you, or you can try having sex in pitch black darkness. You can have your partner restrain your arms and legs. A scarf or tie will do in a pinch, or you can invest in this amazing restraint system that goes under your mattress. You can also have your partner use different objects to stimulate the surface of your skin.
Feathers or a silk scarf can be nice albeit a bit ticklish at times! If you have a paddleboard hairbrush, the bristles can feel great against your skin. Have your partner alternate between gentler and rougher types of stimulation. Finally, you can try experimenting with heat and cold. Or have your painful sex games try having a few sips of hot tea, then kissing you with their warm mouth.
After that, your partner can put a few ice cubes in their mouth, to contrast the warm kisses with some cold ones. You can also try purchasing glass or stainless steel sex toys, both of which can be safely heated up in warm water or cooled down in an ice bath.
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