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Fifty Shades of Grey

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on 26 February 2013

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BDSM? B and D S and M D and S Bondage and Discipline
If you’ve ever put a
blindfold on a partner, tied his or her hands with scarves, or given a spanking to someone
for being naughty, you’ve dabbled in B and D. Bondage is the use of restraints to enhance
sexual pleasure, while Discipline is the use of rules or punishment to control or reward
behavior in a sexual context. Bondage may take the form of basic control, or it may involve equipment, such as – arm-binders, spreader bars, cuffs, elaborate rope arrangements and more. Discipline, too, can be a forum
for the inventive gadget-enthusiast – many of the devices are used for the punishment of a partner in rival bondage gear, but it can also be as simple as a list of rules for a partner’s conduct. Domination and Submission People in D and S relationships may not
have any physical interaction at all, and in some cases may never even meet. While D and S relationships often contain aspects of both B and D and S and M when they are physical, they can also be conducted at long distance, over the phone, instant messenger or even by mail. If you’ve ever played out a fantasy that involved a boss and his secretary,or an experienced older person and a willing virgin, you were probably playing with
some aspect of D and S while
you did it. The power exchange can be gentle and formal, like a
schoolteacher making a student behave, or it can take much more intense forms, with
elements of emotional abuse or humiliation. Sadism and Masochism S and M the most physical of the three relationships, although it may involve emotional torture or humiliation as well, it’s the one that you most likely got your impression of BDSM from when you saw it parodied in a mainstream movie or book, such as Fifty Shades of Grey. S and M is whips and chains; it’s spanking, along with bruises and welts. If you’ve ever enjoyed pulling someone’s hair, smacking
someone’s rear end during sex, or reveled in a sharp bite from a lover, you’ve taken at least a
tentative first step into
S and M. S and M may be part of roleplay, used as a part of either B and D or D and S relationships to further their emotional power, or it may just be something you do
because you like a little pain or rough sex.
D and S relationships are the most purely emotional of the three concepts. BDSM denotes a set of mental, physical and emotional possibilities that can, at times, seem as mysterious – but you might be surprised to find out that the chances are good that you’ve had some experience in the field, even if you didn’t know about it at the time. Generally, BDSM denotes a set of erotic preferences; it’s a form of sexual expression that involve what’s called “power play”, or the taking of complementary
roles that set two or more participants at different levels of power. Do you think you have taken part in BDSM activities? Which of the B and D equipment
would you use? Would you participate in a long distance D and S relationship? After looking over each of the BDSM relationships, which one would you prefer to take part in?
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