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Being dominant in the bedroom can be a thrilling experience for both partners, but it pays to go in with knowledge and respect for yourself and your partner. It’s important to know what it means to be dominant, what you should be careful of, how you can bring out that inner Dom, and how the submissive person feels. Let’s dive into all these topics so you can explore dominance in a safe and enjoyable way.
What Does “Dominant” Mean?
Dominance is about power exchange between two people. A dominant person has control or authority over a submissive person. The roles are always consensual; the submissive must agree to the activities proposed by the dominant, and most importantly knows they have an opportunity to stop them at any time. If you ask anyone within the Dom community however, they all know that the true control lies within their submissive; after all, if their sub says "no" then that is a hard note to stop immediately.
In BDSM (bondage-discipline/dominance-submission/sadism-masochism), there are two forms of dominance: physical and psychological. Physical dominance is based on physical control—the use of ropes, handcuffs, blindfolds, paddles etc., while psychological dominance is based on verbal commands or orders. Both forms of dominance involve consent from both parties before engaging in activities – this is very important!
What Should You Be Careful Of?
When exploring dominance in the bedroom you should always be aware of safety first; this includes making sure you have properly researched any equipment or techniques beforehand so that everything runs smoothly. Take courses if you are planning to play in more extreme territories such as breath play. Additionally, communication should always remain open between both partners throughout any activity; this allows for boundaries to be set beforehand as well as providing an opportunity for feedback during or after an activity has taken place. Lastly, make sure that everyone involved is comfortable with their role – if either partner does not feel comfortable with what’s taking place then it’s best to stop and talk about it before continuing further.
How Can You Bring Out That Inner Dom?
Bringing out your inner dom requires trust – trust between partners as well as trust within yourself that you are capable of being dominant without crossing any boundaries set by either party prior to activities taking place. This confidence will help shape your actions within the bedroom as well as providing assurance that both parties are enjoying themselves throughout any activity undertaken. Additionally, by taking small steps towards domination such as introducing new toys or equipment at a slower pace can help establish a more relaxed atmosphere while allowing each partner room to adjust accordingly if needed.
How Does It Feel To The Submissive Person?
As previously mentioned, consent should always remain important when engaging in activities involving dominance; this creates an environment where the submissive person feels safe and free from fear of judgement when exploring their own sexual limits or desires within the bedroom setting. Generally speaking, those who enjoy submission often report feeling a sense of freedom because they no longer have to make decisions - instead they get to let go completely until their dom decides otherwise which helps create a deeper level of intimacy for both parties involved. Powerful people in their day to day life often seek submission in the bedroom as it's often the only place they feel they can relinquish to someone else.
Exploring dominance in the bedroom can be an exciting part of your sex life - just make sure you do it safely! Remember that communication between partners is key when engaging in acts involving domination so that everyone stays comfortable throughout their experiences together; this creates an environment where exploration takes place without fear of judgement or crossing boundaries set by either party beforehand. So if you want to take your sex life up a notch then why not try something new today – bring out your inner dom (or sub) and discover what pleasure awaits! Good luck!
Have you heard of breath play? It’s a type of BDSM activity that is gaining popularity as people become more open to exploring their sexuality. While at first glance it might seem intimidating, done correctly, breath play can be a thrilling and exciting way to spice up your sex life.
Before experimenting with breath play, it’s important to discuss boundaries with your partner and make sure everyone is on the same page about what they are comfortable with. Communication is key during any type of sexual activity but especially when trying something new like breath play. Make sure you establish a safe word or gesture that either partner can use if they need to stop or if they’re feeling uncomfortable at any time during the activity. Additionally, make sure you have an understanding beforehand about how long you plan on engaging in breath play so that both partners feel safe throughout the experience.
What Does It Feel Like?
The most common sensation associated with breath play is lightheadedness caused by lack of oxygen reaching the brain. This lightheadedness can cause a sense of euphoria for some people which can make sex more enjoyable and pleasurable for both partners involved. Other physical sensations include tingling in the body from increased blood flow which can also heighten arousal and pleasure.
Breath play may sound intimidating at first but when done safely between consensual partners it can be an incredibly enjoyable experience for all involved. As long as there is clear communication between partners beforehand about what each person wants out of the experience then everyone should have an amazing time exploring new boundaries together! If you’ve been wanting to try out breath play then why not give it a go tonight-you won’t regret it!
Hey there wonderful people! Welcome back, once again. What a huge couple of weeks I’ve had – it’s been fantastic, but full-on, and I’ll have a bit more on that later.Right now, I wanna keep delving into some kink and BDSM stuff, this time focusing mostly on safety (emotional and physical) and consent. Last time, I gave you a brief outline on making connections to the kink community, and creating a support base in which you can be a little more open about your desires, and learn more about them. So when you connect with someone and decide to get into some kink play, here’s some things to keep in mind, regardless of whether your dominating or submissive in the situation.
Hopefully that’s a bit helpful! If there’s anything you do want to know, don’t hesitate to shoot me an email. I’m here to share with YOU so I’d happily hear your thoughts.
So what can subscribers look forward to over the next couple of weeks? You can be assured of three content drops per week – an explicit photoset, an exclusive interview, and of course, a hot and messy video full of cum and goodness.
If you follow my socials, you may have worked out I took a little trip. Coming up I’ll share with you some of my time spent in Berlin! I’m still in the process of unpacking – mostly my thoughts – but I can’t wait to let you all know how exciting it was to spend some time in one of the world’s most porn-friendly cities.
Wishing you all a fabulous fortnight,
Hello again, my wonderful crew! Whether you’re sweating it up in the southern hemisphere Summer, or getting cosy in the wintery north, I hope you’re all settling into the new year and enjoying all the juicy content you can.
Sometimes I wonder how often people watch one of my scenes and suddenly decide it’s something they’d like to try. I know I definitely got some of my fantasies or desires unexpectedly – just seeing someone else have the experience. I think that’s part of the reason I like having this blog; it’s space I can use to encourage or inform you on how to possibly try some of these things in a safe and comfortable way.
Before you even start playing, you need a partner you can trust, and that’s regardless of whether you’re interested in a Dominant or submissive role. You need to know the person you’re playing with will respond to your needs, and/or communicate their needs to you.As we know with online meet-ups, it’s always better to meet in public. There are often casual meets in cafes or pubs where kinksters get together in an everyday space just to chat and catch up (They’re called ‘munches’). There’s no BDSM gear or outfits – it’s all very ‘vanilla’. But it’s a really great space to meet up with other kinksters you’ve met online in a very safe and supportive space.
Join an online community. Social media offers a few options – there are kink themed pages on Facebook you can like, or BDSM peeps on Insta or Twitter. And then there’s a couple of platforms specific to the BDSM and fetish communities, the biggest of which is Fetlife. Online communities may not be perfect – pages on the mainstream platforms are always of threat of some sort of ban or suspension, and Fetlife has some navigation issues – but they can also help you meet people, learn things, find events in your area, and potentially inspire your kinky play.
Speaking of cumming sooner than you think… Very fucking HOT content!!! Over the next couple of weeks, you’ll find out exactly why I’ve been so orgasmic over my first time shooting with the adorably wicked Marina Lee, and why Laney Day was the perfect addition to this slippery, double-scissoring sisterhood.
Wishing you all the best until next time,