BDSM

BDSM stands for Bondage, Domination, and Sadomasochism, with some submission thrown into the mix. It immediately conjures up images of rubber clad couples spanking each other or the chained up submissive in the corner with the powerful dominatrix standing above them. While both these images are indeed found within BDSM, there is a whole scope of other activities that come under the umbrella. However as in life there are various degrees of how far people take BDSM, and how far people allow their limits to be pushed, from playful spanking to more severe flagellation. BDSM is highly geared towards the needs of both parties involved whether dominant or submissive, the key thing to take into consideration is safe, sane and consensual.

There are a lot of gentle and simple ways of bringing in elements of BDSM into your lovemaking without having to enter the kind of play that feels wrong for you. What couples may not realise is that within their usual love making some touches of BDSM creep in without them even knowing. Simple things such as biting, nibbling and pinning your partner down are all minor parts of BDSM.

Sensation play is one way of bringing BDSM into your sex life, without delving more into the harsh realms. All you need is a blindfold and some feathers, ice or warm water. You can introduce a little bondage into sensation play too, using something like a silk scarf or bondage tape to tie your partner up whilst slowly tickling them or drawing ice over there body, letting their body respond to the different sensations.

BDSM toys used with light bondage involving handcuffs, bondage tape or restraints, is a great way of adding a whole fantasy realm into your play, although be careful and never push your partners limits, and never allow yours to be pushed too far. With a little light bondage why not try some dressing up fantasy play, letting you and your partner to take on a whole new persona, and live out your wildest fantasies.

It is always best to start off slow when introducing new things into the bedroom, and make sure you and your partner are truly comfortable with what you intend to do. Choose what you buy together, make sure you both know how it works and what’s needed for it before diving into playing together. Choose carefully and decide if you want to go for a dramatic looking toy or restraint or something softer, a bondage starter kit is a good place to start get this from your BDSM Shop..

With a range of restraints, soft paddles and whips in various materials there is something for everyone from the teasing to the tormenting when playing bondage games.

Ropes & Restraints

Restraints are a great way of adding another element to your sexual experience. The key thing to remember when using toys, which hinder movement and take an element of control from a partner is safe, sane and consensual. Chose a restraint that you and your partner feel comfortable with, whether wrist or ankle restraints or a simple gag, always remember to take it slowly as over tightened restraints can lead to injury and upset.

  • Range from fun to more serious
  • Range of materials
  • Range of sizes and shapes

 

Canes, Whips & Paddles

BOUND Leather Spanking Paddle with Cushioned Side

Striking or flagellating a partner for sensory enhancement, is considered more advanced sexual play, with connotations towards BDSM and bondage. Whether you are looking for something gentle or something that gives a more resounding thwack, it is always wise to remember not to cross your partners boundaries. With a range of soft paddles and whips in various materials there is something for everyone from the teasing to the tormenting. Always heed to safe sane and consensual to avoid any unwanted pain or injury.

  • Range from fun to more serious
  • Range of materials
  • Range of sizes and shapes