Tips for avoiding bleeding?

LaradoEnah LaradoEnah
Sex and Mischief mahogany flogger
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I know its quite easy to make someone bleed with these, is there any way that can be avoided easily? but still with the enjoyment of the pain?
11/25/2012
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LaradoEnah LaradoEnah
I appreciate you all making me safer. ^.^
11/25/2012
charletnarouh charletnarouh
This is a very light flogger. This is unlikely, in my opinion to cause bleeding. The best suggestion i can really give is to start very lightly and increase intensity and watch the skin to see how it responds. This is among the beginner/lighter/warm- up type floggers. It will probably be more sting-y than thuddy, as best i can tell from the reviews and description.

Bleeding really isn't the biggest concern with floggers, though it's not impossible depending on the material of the flogger. Hitting areas that aren't meant to be hit is a larger concern. But again, this is a very light flogger. In particular, avoid the neck, spine and areas where organs might be affected, ie: the lower back because of the kidneys and the stomach because of many things.
11/25/2012
ASpiritedSlut ASpiritedSlut
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Originally posted by LaradoEnah
I know its quite easy to make someone bleed with these, is there any way that can be avoided easily? but still with the enjoyment of the pain?
I doubt that you will find bleeding a problem with this flogger. Most floggers will not cause bleeding unless they have metal studs, snaps or plastic spikes (like the barbed wire floggers) which may scratch. Overall, though, most will not break skin. Plus, this flogger appears to be on the light side, you should get quite a bit of sting with little to no damage. Good luck and enjoy!
11/25/2012
spineyogurt spineyogurt
I doubt that would break your skin
11/25/2012
indiebutt indiebutt
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Originally posted by ASpiritedSlut
I doubt that you will find bleeding a problem with this flogger. Most floggers will not cause bleeding unless they have metal studs, snaps or plastic spikes (like the barbed wire floggers) which may scratch. Overall, though, most will not break skin. ... More
Helpful, thanks!
12/14/2012
Petite Cannibal Petite Cannibal
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Originally posted by charletnarouh
This is a very light flogger. This is unlikely, in my opinion to cause bleeding. The best suggestion i can really give is to start very lightly and increase intensity and watch the skin to see how it responds. This is among the beginner/lighter/warm- ... More
I agree. The barbed wire one I saw looks like it'd definitely bleed, even with a soft lashing.
01/26/2013
LoneOokami LoneOokami
I think it would take quite alot of force to draw blood with this flogger I really think as long as you just are watchful that wouldnt be a problem.
03/18/2013
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