crops vs. floggers

Murdoc Murdoc
Impressions crop review
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what is better for just starting out, and not very painful to play with?
04/20/2011
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babypinecone babypinecone
Quote:
Originally posted by Murdoc
what is better for just starting out, and not very painful to play with?
In my and my partners expirience it is better to start our with a crop. They are easier to control the amount of pain and area it is meant for. We actually started with the Impressions crop, and are thinking about moving up to a tickler/ flogger combo, to get more of the feel for how your body reacts to being smacked. Also maybe try other things like ticklers, they can be used with te impressions crop to lightly pass over where you were hit to add new sensations.

I hope this helped, and if you need anything let me know and I will do my best to help you.
07/24/2011
Kilot Kilot
Quote:
Originally posted by Murdoc
what is better for just starting out, and not very painful to play with?
Depends on what you are going for. Floggers tend to be more thuddy depending on several factors like cut, width, material, etc, and crops more stingy. They are very different sensations and I would say a better comparison would be Crops vs Canes, in which Crops would be less evil but still pack a punch. Floggers are generally a bit more work to get down right but its really hard to mess up a Crop, just make sure you hit the meaty parts of their butt and thighs.
Personally for me, I started with floggers because I didn't feel like inflicting a lot of pain, but I feel that both are useful toys in my bag.
11/28/2011
blixa blixa
Quote:
Originally posted by Murdoc
what is better for just starting out, and not very painful to play with?
I started right out with narrow crops, but I really enjoy stingy rather than thuddy pain, and all concentrated in one spot. It's easier to target where you're hitting (and easier to get the hang of the movement of hitting, for me as a top) with a crop, but there are multiple choices of material for the tails of a flogger, some of which have different or softer sensations, while crops are fairly standardized, in my experience.
03/08/2012
redhead1977 redhead1977
A flogger with soft falls might be a good way to start out. Don't come out swinging like Babe Ruth. Take your time and practice hitting the "safe" zone of the shoulder blades and avoiding the spine and sides. Stick to the meaty areas (shoulder blades, breasts, thighs).
04/06/2012
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