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Tessa Taboo Tessa Taboo
Almost 5 years ago, when my husband and I got together, we were very into bloodplay. We used a razor blade, and would cut each other. At the time, we worked together, and people would think we were emo or whatever, because they sometimes noticed the cuts/scars all over our upper arms. We've haven't done it in quite a while, but lately, it's kind of been lingering in the back of my head.

Anyone else done this?
11/05/2011
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Ghost Ghost
My husband is into it, and I'm familiar with scalpel use (I am a scientist after all!), so I play "mad scientist" once in a while. I'm really not into blood, but it turns him on when I whip my black nitrile gloves out, get the alcohol and break out my scalpel and blades.
11/06/2011
FemmeFlo FemmeFlo
Only solo bloodplay, and I was an emo at the time.
11/06/2011
Tessa Taboo Tessa Taboo
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Originally posted by FemmeFlo
Only solo bloodplay, and I was an emo at the time.
Interesting. I never thought about someone doing this solo for pleasure.
11/07/2011
Pixel Pixel
Yes. My Owner is sanguinarian, so blood enters into our sex/play frequently. My boyfriend is also into bloodplay, so I will occasionally do a blood draw on him or use a knife/scalpel.
11/07/2011
Mistress Jezebel Mistress Jezebel
Bloodplay between a Dominant and submissive is usually one of the truest forms of submission and trust in a D/s relationship. It's showing that the submissive trusts their life in the Dominant's hands. I love bloodplay.
11/07/2011
Tessa Taboo Tessa Taboo
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Originally posted by Mistress Jezebel
Bloodplay between a Dominant and submissive is usually one of the truest forms of submission and trust in a D/s relationship. It's showing that the submissive trusts their life in the Dominant's hands. I love bloodplay.
I agree. I think it was very much a demonstration of trust between us.
11/07/2011
julia. julia.
I can't see myself enjoying bloodplay.
11/07/2011
Pixel Pixel
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Originally posted by Mistress Jezebel
Bloodplay between a Dominant and submissive is usually one of the truest forms of submission and trust in a D/s relationship. It's showing that the submissive trusts their life in the Dominant's hands. I love bloodplay.
That is a really huge statement to make. It is also not true for all couples. Not everyone is interested in bloodplay with their dominant partner, and a lack of bloodplay in a kinky relationship does not lessen the depth of the trust and submission between the people in it.
11/08/2011
12345678 12345678
One of my favorite things in the bedroom! I'm really pleased to see if being it brought up on a more traditional sex forum.
11/13/2011
SolasAingeal SolasAingeal
I've done a bit of bloodplay. It took a lot to convince me, but my girl was rather... persuasive. I'm addicted.
11/13/2011
LavenderSkies LavenderSkies
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Originally posted by Mistress Jezebel
Bloodplay between a Dominant and submissive is usually one of the truest forms of submission and trust in a D/s relationship. It's showing that the submissive trusts their life in the Dominant's hands. I love bloodplay.
I agree!
11/16/2011
Defiledpixxy Defiledpixxy
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Originally posted by Mistress Jezebel
Bloodplay between a Dominant and submissive is usually one of the truest forms of submission and trust in a D/s relationship. It's showing that the submissive trusts their life in the Dominant's hands. I love bloodplay.
While that may be your opinion of it I think this falls flat in true description. Does that mean that a person who doesn't engage in blood play isn't as true a submissive as another? No. It merely means that we all have different likes and wants.

There are other ways to submit and no one way is better than another. It's all about preference.
11/16/2011
Tessa Taboo Tessa Taboo
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Originally posted by Defiledpixxy
While that may be your opinion of it I think this falls flat in true description. Does that mean that a person who doesn't engage in blood play isn't as true a submissive as another? No. It merely means that we all have different likes and ...
I see where you are coming from, but I also see how this can be so possible.... because it takes a lot of trust to let someone hold a blade to you.
11/16/2011
Sir Sir
I engage in this not too often, but would like to very often. I love blood. It's a very rare interest, honestly, but it's something I love pairing with knifeplay and sensory deprivation.
11/16/2011
Ms. Spice Ms. Spice
I can see the arousal factor in blood play, but actually seeing blood makes me queasy. if i could get past that, I'm sure I would enjoy the eroticism of the act.
11/16/2011
Wildchild Wildchild
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Originally posted by Tessa Taboo
Almost 5 years ago, when my husband and I got together, we were very into bloodplay. We used a razor blade, and would cut each other. At the time, we worked together, and people would think we were emo or whatever, because they sometimes noticed ...
Sounds like you both have cutting issues.
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11/17/2011
Tessa Taboo Tessa Taboo
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Originally posted by Wildchild
Sounds like you both have cutting issues.
Cutting issues? We don't do it alone, only during foreplay or intercourse. We aren't like.... emo or anything. I don't understand what you are implying.
11/17/2011
Wildchild Wildchild
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Originally posted by Tessa Taboo
Cutting issues? We don't do it alone, only during foreplay or intercourse. We aren't like.... emo or anything. I don't understand what you are implying.
Last time I checked stating an opinion was not a crime. My wife who died on October 27, 2011 had a cutting issues when we first met. She would do it to take the pain of her life away. We worked very hard together for her to over come this.

I personally take offence to being flagged for stating my opinion with just cause. Shows what type of world we live in.
11/18/2011
12345678 12345678
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Originally posted by Wildchild
Last time I checked stating an opinion was not a crime. My wife who died on October 27, 2011 had a cutting issues when we first met. She would do it to take the pain of her life away. We worked very hard together for her to over come this.

I ...
Your opinion was kind of judgmental, that's all. We respect that your wife had problems, but we are talking about artistic cutting or cutting for sexual release, not self-injury because of depression/etc. Assuming all people do it out of negative feelings is incorrect and could offend some.
11/18/2011
Tessa Taboo Tessa Taboo
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Originally posted by Wildchild
Last time I checked stating an opinion was not a crime. My wife who died on October 27, 2011 had a cutting issues when we first met. She would do it to take the pain of her life away. We worked very hard together for her to over come this.

I ...
I didn't flag you, and I don't have pain in my life that I'm trying to take away. I personally take offense to someone assuming that just because we have a thing for blood, we're depressed and trying to get away from something. There is nothing more beautiful than my husbands tongue chasing a trail of dripping blood back up my arm to where it started.
11/18/2011
gone77 gone77
Hey guys,

I've read through the posts and I get where the offense came from. Markie#78 was equating two very different things. However, the way he stated his opinion wasn't over-the-top offensive, so I'm leaving the post up. Also, the flags are null and void and I'd appreciate it if no more flags were used.

Thanks!
11/18/2011
switzerland switzerland
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Originally posted by Tessa Taboo
I didn't flag you, and I don't have pain in my life that I'm trying to take away. I personally take offense to someone assuming that just because we have a thing for blood, we're depressed and trying to get away from something. ...
i did use to cut myself, so i can't see myself enjoying the act sexually. i think it would bring back horrible memories and feelings. but i can understand and respect your viewpoint, and your last remark was actually quite alluring: "There is nothing more beautiful than my husbands tongue chasing a trail of dripping blood back up my arm to where it started."
11/24/2011
Tessa Taboo Tessa Taboo
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Originally posted by switzerland
i did use to cut myself, so i can't see myself enjoying the act sexually. i think it would bring back horrible memories and feelings. but i can understand and respect your viewpoint, and your last remark was actually quite alluring: "There ...
The visual is even more alluring
11/27/2011
Cherrylane Cherrylane
I don't personally find anything bloodplay appealing at all. As a younger teen, I did have some self multination type behaviors, and to this day, I find that having needles stuck in my arm (as if to take blood or insert an iv) a very relaxing experience that's even more so when I'm able to do it myself.

I think that may be an important note for anyone confusing blood play with cutting, as they clearly don't necessarily go together. I couldn't intentionally harm myself without having memories of the uber depressed oft suicidal drug addled kid I once was, and I gotta say, doesn't really turn me on lol.

That said, there's still an aspect of it that romanticizes at least some extent of violence and self harm, and blood in general. This is, understandably, taboo, as for most people, blood is best enjoyed when it remains inside the body lol. It totally squicks me out, but I really don't have a problem with what other people do to their bodies as long as theyre doing it safely (taking proper measures to not get infected or pass diseases, for instance) and are doing it for mentally and emotionally healthy reasons. Same thing with stuff like "rape play" or whatever.
11/27/2011
Tessa Taboo Tessa Taboo
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Originally posted by Cherrylane
I don't personally find anything bloodplay appealing at all. As a younger teen, I did have some self multination type behaviors, and to this day, I find that having needles stuck in my arm (as if to take blood or insert an iv) a very relaxing ...
For us, truthfully, I think it started out as a vampire fantasy.
11/27/2011
null null
I have cut someone else for his pleasure, but am not really interested in having it done to me.
11/27/2011
GoneBabyGone GoneBabyGone
Both my partner an I have done it for solo play. He is not sure how comfortable he would be with someone cutting him but the idea of cutting others is intriguing. And I like the idea of being cut.

It was something I did for enjoyment. I stopped because my ex-husband was bothered by it. I would love nothing more than to get back into it. So you are not alone.
12/05/2011
Tessa Taboo Tessa Taboo
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Originally posted by GoneBabyGone
Both my partner an I have done it for solo play. He is not sure how comfortable he would be with someone cutting him but the idea of cutting others is intriguing. And I like the idea of being cut.

It was something I did for enjoyment. I ...
Nice to know!
12/05/2011
shcoo shcoo
I haven't done it, but I am very interested in it. I like the taste and appearance of blood, but I don't like the actual process of drawing blood from someone or causing pain with a blade. For this reason, my number one fetish is nosebleeds - you get the look without much pain and you can conveniently get the taste when kissing. My partner and I don't know how to induce nosebleeds though, as we aren't going to punch each other in the face or anything like that, aha.

I also like biting until I draw blood, but my partner isn't comfortable with that either.
12/06/2011
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