What is the true meaning of BDSM, which you’ve heard a lot about in recent years? A BDSM relationship expert at London Mistress explains all you need to know about bondage sex in light of the rise in popularity of BDSM dating apps. Before attempting BDSM with a partner, you should thoroughly research bondage, discipline, dominance, submission, sadism, and masochism. You’ll need to know what you’re doing and how to do it safely in order to enjoy BDSM sex. If you need a little inspiration before you get started, check out these stories of real-life bondage sex.
Bondage and discipline, dominance and submission, sadism and masochism are all examples of BDSM, a term used to describe various aspects of sex.
“Lovers who engage in BDSM engage in a number of specific practises that take place in neutral, mutually consenting relationships. An informed consent emphasis is critical to BDSM acts because BDSM often involves various levels of pain and physical restraint.”
East London Mistress is commonly associated with sex, and while this is true for some, there are those who draw a clear distinction between the two. “Both are bodily experiences that are very intense and sensual and cause a lot of very strong feelings in people who practise them, but they’re not the same thing,” explains east London Mistress. A massage is the analogy she uses to describe it. A massage, no matter how sexy it may feel, is sometimes just a massage. A good rubdown is almost always followed by sex in the eyes of some people. A personal and sexual preference is the same as with BDSM.
Some of examples include tying your lover up, making him or her a sex slave, spanking him or her, or attaching a dog chain to their neck and forcing them to crawl around on all fours.