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junikki69 junikki69
Can anyone give me advise on how to bring the idea of bdsm into the bedroom
08/16/2013
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sammm sammm
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Originally posted by junikki69
Can anyone give me advise on how to bring the idea of bdsm into the bedroom
Maybe start by including some of your lighter fantasies in dirty talk and see how he reacts?
09/12/2013
itismedi itismedi
Quote:
Originally posted by junikki69
Can anyone give me advise on how to bring the idea of bdsm into the bedroom
Have you tried just talking? In order for bdsm to be successful in the bedroom there has to be a DEEP level of trust. A conversation is the easy part. Have fun!
Jun 4, 8:35 am
anyankaleigh anyankaleigh
I actually disagree that talking about it is the hard part. It's probably going to be scary and embarassing either way. I recommend bringing it up outside of sex, actually, as calmly as you can manage. Though sometimes I find right after sex is a good tiem to talk about fantasies. Depends on whether or not it's something you feel like you need, or a fantasy you'd just like to try.
Jul 16, 6:37 pm
toysforall toysforall
I searched google and came across quite a few pages with interesting ideas and info. Sit down with your partner and do some searches. If you can't do that, you probably shouldn't start with bdsm.
Sep 7, 10:06 am
SexScienceAndFood SexScienceAndFood
talking is the first step. you need to know what eachother wants, expects and can anticipate from entering into BDSM activities. Probably not necessary for something simple like handcuffs, but if you are going to get a paddle out, more severe restraints, assert dominance etc, you should talk. That is hard for some and easy for others. For some though, the hard part is actually doing it the first few times as things are awkward for both parties new to it. Do talk after your first "session". That's an important growth part.
Sep 7, 10:21 am
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