Red light, yellow light, and green light words.

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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