Safety words?

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Safety words?

Glinteye Glinteye
My partner and I have really found this to be necessary. I was just wondering what other people's experience have been; when do you find yourself using safety words, if at all?
04/15/2012
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Iron Man Iron Man
I rarely use them, personally, but having them means that there's a level of safety there that replaces the pre-session negotiating. It's real nice.

However, I will use a safe word if I'm in a lot of pain or severe ( as in detrimental ) discomfort from something.
04/15/2012
TheSinDoll TheSinDoll
Safewords - The good 'ole Green, yellow, red are what I stick with.

@tA - It doesn't replace the pre-session negotiating at all.

This has been discussed many times over on the forums, and in many different ways. You can check out these links for reference.

Is 'no' a safeword?

How do you use safewords when you can't speak?

Master/slave lack of safewords

New safewords

I found all of these by using the 'Search' feature. Some of these posts are older, but they have some interesting information in them. When I 'Searched' for articles, the one below came up. It's extremely helpful.

Here's a great article on safewords by Citi Kitti called Stop in the Name of Love:Safewords

Good luck and I hope you find what you're looking for!
04/17/2012
gsfanatic gsfanatic
It's rare, but my partner and I tend to go more for green, yellow, and red. It's easier, and it helps prevent confusion about whether no means no. Hand squeezes is also a valuable thing, and you should be clear on such before you start, or you can end up hurting someone.
04/17/2012
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