Emotional Sado-Maso is a practice involving emotional domination or humiliation. The purpose of emotional sadomasochism is to elicit an emotional response from one of the players through name-calling and other methods of humiliation as verbal humiliation and eye contact restriction.
Stripping refers to removing one’s clothing, usually in an erotic and prolonged manner. Mostly the person in question removes their own clothes in their own time (sometimes in time with music). In the context of BDSM, however, a person can be made to strip or ordered to strip their clothes one
Safe, Sane and Consensual are the three keywords that define proper BDSM conduct. Safe refers to the means one should take to avoid risks during BDSM play, like using a safeword. Sane refers to the approach one should have while participating in BDSM activities – namely being reasonable and realistic.
Traffic Light is a system of safewords designed to facilitate a greater range of communication during a scene. “Red” may be used to stop any activity immediately, while “yellow” means either “slow down” or “not so rough,” depending on context. If a dominant is unsure whether or not their partner
Tickle Torture is a form of BDSM torture play where the sub is tied up and then tickled in various body parts, using fingers, feathers, etc. The bondage part of the torture will usually require the feet and armpits of the sub be exposed. Tickling can be combined with other
Teasing refers to the act of producing sexual arousal without release. At its heart, teasing gives a person a glimpse of potential pleasure, but always keeps it out of reach. Teasing can be verbal, visual, or physical. It can be a major part of a scene, or simply the foreplay for
Tie and Tease is a practice where a person is tied down in a way that renders them immobile. The tied person is then teased (most often through masturbation), making them sexually aroused, but unable to do anything about it. Tie and Tease can be considered a form of orgasm