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Control! About BDSM (Bondage, Discipline, Sadomasochism) and How to Do It

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Control! About BDSM (Bondage, Discipline, Sadomasochism) and How to Do It

Ever wondered about BDSM? Here’s all you need to know about being controlled or dominating.

Imagine giving up control and being made to hold back your orgasm until you are given permission to cum. This sensation of surrendering to or dominating your partner may seem like a a new trend, but it began over 25,000 years ago.

There has been a notable upsurge of interest in the topic of BDSM. BDSM encompasses a variety of sexual practices or fantasies involving power exchange. B/D refers to bondage and discipline, D/S to dominance and submission, and S/M to sadomasochism, which involves deriving sexual pleasure from either the experience or infliction of pain.  In BDSM, eroticism revolves around role playing, power exchange, and heightening sensation. Some even consider BDSM as extended foreplay since it’s highly arousing but doesn’t lead to any genital sex.

Submission and Dominance

Submissive roles allow us to get a reprieve from the responsibilities in our daily professional lives as we secretly yearn to surrender control. I personally prefer playing the dominant role. The feeling of holding my partner down and making him surrender to my touch gives me so much power and makes me feel so in control.

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When I started exploring dominance in the bedroom, it gave me a great deal of confidence in my every-day life.

The power play involved in BDSM acts expands awareness, and it amplifies excitement, experience, and satisfaction. It requires a trust more overt and profound than any other. That trust provides the foundation for an incomparably intense connection with your partner.

After BDSM

After engaging in acts of BDSM, It’s constructive to spend some down time with your partner to discuss what thrilled you, frightened you, and turned you on. Many women like being bound and teased because they get excitingly embarrassed by how kinky they can get when provoked.

Overall, BDSM provides plenty of benefits, and that is why it is getting so popular. Willingly relinquishing control can give you a paradoxical sense of power. Embracing weakness and dependency allows you to come out of the experience reassured of your strength and self-sufficiency.

BDSM blends communication, touch, fantasy, and sex into an eroticism that can be as exciting, creative and highly pleasurable as you want it to be.

Samantha Williams

Samantha Williams is a bright, upcoming writer with a key insight on the dynamics of relationships. She is well-versed in Sexology and posses an innately rich writing style. Her extensive knowledge of psychology allows her to address the real issues facing today's society, especially women. Her unique talents translate into a writing style that is simultaneously compassionate and edgy. Sam is truly wise beyond her years and yearns to expose as many women as she can to their inner potential.

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