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Originally posted on Bustle. 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.
Q: My partner and I are enthusiastic newbies to the world of power play. I have always loved the idea of being a submissivebut was never able to find a partner who would explore it with me.
How can we take our power play to the next level? A: Thanks for your question!
Power play is a pretty broad category, and there is a huge world for the two of you to explore together. Venturing into the land of dominance and submission requires a little research. First, you want to define what you even mean by dominance and submission.
Even acts that seem straightforward, like spanking, can become dangerous if done improperly for example, spanking too hard or hitting delicate parts of the body. Power play can bring up emotional issues as well.
Power play requires an unbelievable amount of trust, and that level of trust takes time to build. I recommend reading How To Be A Healthy And Happy Submissive by Kate Kinsey, which will help you anticipate some of the dynamics that might come up for you, and learn some strategies about how to deal with them. At the very least, read through this article and talk through each of the suggestions together.
Identify some baby steps to take, and make sure you are explicitly clear about your boundaries beforehand. Keep reading.Play submissive
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