What is “Aftercare”? Aftercare in BDSM is the attention given to players or partners after an intense round of sexual pleasure. The goal of after care is to provide proper care for individuals who endured extreme stimulation during BDSM play. Background Before engaging in any form of BDSM play, all
A form of roleplay where one participant treats the other as though they were at a different age than they are, for example roleplaying as an adult disciplining a child. As with all BDSM practices, ageplay is done only between consenting adults. Ageplayer A person who is into age play,
Any activity that involves touching, stimulating or penetrating the rectal and perineal areas for the purpose of sexual pleasure. Anal play can be the main focus of a scene or an embellishment to other sexual activity. Both men and women may find anal play pleasurable as it may stimulate areas
A fetish that involves being sexually aroused by balloons. Balloon fetishists, get a rush from sitting or lying on balloons, popping balloons or blowing up balloons. Looner Another name for a person who has a fetish for balloons.
Sexual penetration done without the use of a condom or a similar prophylactic. Bareback sex has an inherent risk of STDs and pregnancy, and therefore should not be done without prior knowledge and consent.
An activity where the sub kneels and asks the dom for special treatment, a favor, or mercy. The sub may be forced to beg for the dom to continue the scene, and in some cases, the sub will even beg the dom to punish them.
In the context of BDSM, behavior usually refers to dominating the behavioral aspects of another’s life. This can include ordering them to do tasks that are not sexual but go against their personality, for example demanding that a shy person will put themselves in the center of attention, or that