What do you use for a Safe Word?

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What do you use for a Safe Word?

Talena Talena
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If you practice a BDSM and use a safety word during play, what word do you typically use. Is it silly, serious, sexual?
06/10/2012
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TheirPet TheirPet
Quote:
Originally posted by Talena
If you practice a BDSM and use a safety word during play, what word do you typically use. Is it silly, serious, sexual?
I go to a BDSM club where the words are as follows:

Green: More.
Yellow: Getting close to my limits.
Red: STOP.

So my partner and I use 'RED' at home (though we don't really ever use green or yellow). My partner always reminds me during a scene that I can 'call red.' cause sometimes I get into subspace and forget how to work my mouth and need those reminders.
06/10/2012
Talena Talena
Quote:
Originally posted by TheirPet
I go to a BDSM club where the words are as follows:

Green: More.
Yellow: Getting close to my limits.
Red: STOP.

So my partner and I use 'RED' at home (though we don't really ever use green or yellow). My partner ...
We tend to loose or forget the words...then we find he is forever asking "are you alright?"
06/11/2012
Talena Talena
What if your role playing and the sub is tied up (hands and feet), blindfolded and gagged, What would your safe word (action) be then?
06/11/2012
Claire-Bear Claire-Bear
I like random words like, "lilac". It's not sexual so it can't be confused for the wrong action.

As for your second question, I've never gone that far with anyone. I imagine you'd have to completely trust them to know your limits and have your best interest in mind.
06/11/2012
Talena Talena
Quote:
Originally posted by Claire-Bear
I like random words like, "lilac". It's not sexual so it can't be confused for the wrong action.

As for your second question, I've never gone that far with anyone. I imagine you'd have to completely trust them to ...
Thanks for your thoughts. I guess my mind is going into hyper-drive lately. So many thoughts bout so many different things.
06/11/2012
remember.me remember.me
Lol. I had someone who wanted me to choose one. I'm HORRIBLE at making decisions, so I said first thing that popped into my head.

Oompa Loompa.

I kept it and would use it again in any other situation
06/11/2012
palindromic palindromic
I use "yellow" for "hey, watch out, getting close to my limits", but I don't use "red" for "stop", since it's a word I sometimes find myself saying in a scene. The first thing that came into my head was "Rammstein", so I kept it!

I'm trying to develop a safe signal, but haven't quite figured out one that works for me.
06/11/2012
Talena Talena
Quote:
Originally posted by remember.me
Lol. I had someone who wanted me to choose one. I'm HORRIBLE at making decisions, so I said first thing that popped into my head.

Oompa Loompa.

I kept it and would use it again in any other situation
My daughter was an Oompa Loompa in her class play in 2nd grade..lol..sorry that is the first comment that entered my head.

If you use Oompa Loompa does the partner then bust out laughing....I am sure I would.
06/11/2012
Talena Talena
Quote:
Originally posted by palindromic
I use "yellow" for "hey, watch out, getting close to my limits", but I don't use "red" for "stop", since it's a word I sometimes find myself saying in a scene. The first thing that came into my head was ...
It is very tricky to choose something that isn't sexual but at the same time won't completely break the mood.
06/11/2012
remember.me remember.me
Quote:
Originally posted by Talena
My daughter was an Oompa Loompa in her class play in 2nd grade..lol..sorry that is the first comment that entered my head.

If you use Oompa Loompa does the partner then bust out laughing....I am sure I would.
Yes, it gets a laugh every time. But there is no doubt that its a word that doesn't belong!
06/13/2012
PassionateLover2 PassionateLover2
Quote:
Originally posted by Talena
If you practice a BDSM and use a safety word during play, what word do you typically use. Is it silly, serious, sexual?
I may not have a word! I may have passed out by then!
06/13/2012
Dominekoyasha Dominekoyasha
We use words like "Cupcake" and "popsicle". Oddly,it makes us hungry too. XD
06/13/2012
Talena Talena
Quote:
Originally posted by remember.me
Yes, it gets a laugh every time. But there is no doubt that its a word that doesn't belong!
Sure doesn't!
06/13/2012
Talena Talena
Quote:
Originally posted by PassionateLover2
I may not have a word! I may have passed out by then!
LOL...forgot to use the word lol
06/13/2012
Talena Talena
Quote:
Originally posted by Dominekoyasha
We use words like "Cupcake" and "popsicle". Oddly,it makes us hungry too. XD
If I used popsicle, Partner would probably respond with..."and where would you like it put" lol
06/13/2012
Feisty Feisty
we've had a hard time coming up with a safety word. usually we can only think of silly words like banana or something that just kills the mood, so we don't use a word. we just say "that seriously hurt" or something along that idea with the word seriously
06/16/2012
Aurora Borealis Aurora Borealis
Quote:
Originally posted by Talena
If you practice a BDSM and use a safety word during play, what word do you typically use. Is it silly, serious, sexual?
Pineapples!
06/16/2012
britanny0620 britanny0620
"Apple" was one I've used. "Grapefruit" is one me and a play partner decided on recently.
06/16/2012
Talena Talena
I'm seeing a lot of fruit lol
06/16/2012
thisisadeletedaccount thisisadeletedaccount
Quote:
Originally posted by TheirPet
I go to a BDSM club where the words are as follows:

Green: More.
Yellow: Getting close to my limits.
Red: STOP.

So my partner and I use 'RED' at home (though we don't really ever use green or yellow). My partner ...
My partners and I use the same system, it works very well for us.
06/25/2012
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