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Do you want to start in BDSM? Your wishes are my command!

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BDSM stands for Bondage and Discipline, Domination and Submission, and Sadism and Masochism.

BDSM is a sexual practice that breaks away from the conventional and traditional (not that the traditional isn't good!).

The practice of BDSM usually involves toys and accessories for immobilization - bondage (the so famous handcuffs, ropes, etc.), a lot of domination, discipline, and obedience - submission. 

Bondage and discipline

Do you like the idea of being restrained or restricting your partner during sex? The idea of being a slave or submissive? Then know that you'll love bondage! Handcuffs, ropes, chains, even neckties, anything that might restrict the submissive's freedoms!

Don't forget: if the submissive breaks any of the rules, there are punishments to be meted out.

Domination and submission

Explore the intellect! Let your deepest fantasies and fetishes take over! Let yourself be involved in the "psychological game".

Explore, explore, explore. Dominate and be dominated. That's exactly what the practice of BDSM in a sexual context with consent is for: to explore fantasies and fetishes that could not otherwise be explored.

Advice: don't let yourself be restricted by social prejudices: here you are free!

Sado-masochism

The union between sadism and masochism.

Do you fantasize about getting pleasure from inflicting pain on someone? Whether by applying physical or psychological pain, such as, for example, applying a punishment? That is what sadism represents. You're nasty!

Do you like the idea of being punished? Of receiving a physical or psychological punishment? That's what masochism is all about: getting pleasure from receiving pain! Who doesn't like a good punishment?

Let's begin?

Step 1: Consent is mandatory, so let's put the communication into practice with our partners. And let's understand one thing: this is a judgment free zone, meaning that pre-conceived ideas and value judgments cannot be part of the game. Consent and comfort with the practice are the key. Without this, my dear, we cannot move forward.

Step 2: Without trust, you don't practice BDSM. Related to the previous step, we have to understand our partner. Make it clear that boundaries exist and will be respected.

Step 3: Safe word! The safe word has to be there! You must agree on the safe word with your partner. It is perfectly natural to want to stop or even end sexual activity, especially when you are a beginner and still in a phase of much discovery.

Needless to say, the safe word should be something that cannot be related to the sexual practice. Some words that can work as a safe word: Orange, Giraffe, Telephone.

Step 4: Don't overstep the boundaries! You will break your partner's trust, you will destroy the chemistry, you will lose the opportunity to enjoy something that could have been liberating and so pleasurable!

Step 5: Start slow. We know that by now your mind is going round and round in scenarios and mental images, of wild moments... but calm down. There is time, and for everything to go well it is important to start calmly.

To start, why not a dirty talk? Why not a good spanking? Or even some orders and punishments?!

If after that you want to take a new step, take a look at our BDSM section. Handcuffs, blindfolds, clamps, whips, among many other accessories that can take the practice of BDSM to another level!

Finally, we wish you a lot of fun and a great time! Both of you!

You can take a look at all our BDSM articles in the following link: https://www.vibronsexshop.com/pt/47-fetiche-bondage

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