Red light, yellow light, and green light words.

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Red light, yellow light, and green light words.

Mitzuki Mitzuki
Do you use all three?

Are they somehow similar, or are they completely different?
06/27/2012
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SubmissiveFeminist SubmissiveFeminist
I'm weird with safewords, and normally don't use this method, but just have one that means "STOP!" However, I am getting into heavier and heavier sessions so I am going to introduce this method to my partner and go by the traffic light system.
06/27/2012
Lady of the Lab Lady of the Lab
I use the "stoplight" system most of the time. Also I've used it during a boudoir shoot; my avatar is from that shoot.

Green - Go ahead// everything is fine
Yellow - Starting to feel uncomfortable// back off a little (force, sensation, etc.)// maybe take a short break
Red - Stop everything immediately.
06/29/2012
Boyqueen Boyqueen
Quote:
Originally posted by Lady of the Lab
I use the "stoplight" system most of the time. Also I've used it during a boudoir shoot; my avatar is from that shoot.

Green - Go ahead// everything is fine
Yellow - Starting to feel uncomfortable// back off a little (force, ...
I go by a very similar system and have found it to work very well. The yellow bit is used as a sort of "warning" and a note to check in asap to find out what exactly isn't right.
07/03/2012
gsfanatic gsfanatic
I haven't used them yet, but I will for a future session, since I want it to be a lot more intense than our previous play
07/03/2012
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