Exhibitionism refers to getting aroused by exposing oneself or performing sexual acts in public. without consent both Exhibitionism and Voyeurism (which refers to the act of observing an unsuspecting person in the process of disrobing or engaging in sexual activity) can be treated as felonies by law. legal outlets for both fetishes where there is
Eye Contact Restriction is a popular protocol in BDSM relationships, where the sub is forbidden to look the dominant directly in the eye. The sub is required to look at the down when speaking to the dom, and transgressions will usually be met with punishment. This restriction is meant to
Face Fucking is a variation on a blowjob where the person in control is the one on the receiving end of the oral ministrations. This allows the person to mimic the motions of vaginal or anal sex but on the mouth.
Sexual activities where the sexual arousal is derived from fear and the rush of adrenaline it creates. Fear play is centered on the psychological aspect of fear and built upon the trust between partners to provide participants with a way to feel frightened while remaining completely safe. Fear play can
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
Suction cups are cups that have a small pump attached. They are placed on a person’s skin, and then the air inside them is pumped out, creating a vacuum which pulls on the skin. They are most commonly made of durable glass, but there are also metal and plastic versions.
Swinging refers to The practice of partners in a long-term relationship to switch partners for sexual activities with another couple. Some will swing only as a one-time event, while others have an entire lifestyle set around switching partners with other consensual couples.
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