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BDSM For Beginners

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If you’re intrigued by leather, rope, and the feeling of hot wax on your sensitive skin, you might want to explore BDSM. This sexual activity has a lot of range to bring excitement into your relationship. Whether you want to control your partner or be the submissive one, the right starter BDSM kit will set you off on the right path.

Let your wildest fantasies run through your imagination. Are you picturing whips, handcuffs, and restraints? If you want to spank or let your partner use a riding crop on you, then you need to shop for the perfect beginner BDSM accessories immediately.

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How to Try BDSM With Your Partner

If you’re intimidated by the thought of beginner BDSM, read on to learn more about the practice and how you can start exploring your options. These simple steps tell you everything you need to know to discover a new realm of pleasure with your partner.

Talk About Your Fantasies

The first step to trying BDSM with your partner is to talk to them. This process helps you get an idea of their fantasies and understand what they’d like to try. You can talk about comfort levels, like how far you'd like to take things, what areas are off-limits, and what you might want to build up to in the future.

Talking about fantasies can be a major turn-on, so don't write off this step as unnecessary. You want to know what your partner enjoys so you can both get pleasure from the BDSM experience without experiencing unexpected pain.

Get a Starter BDSM Kit

A starter BDSM kit will give you the tools you need to start exploring this exciting activity. You can find various kits below, including items like:

  • Ball gags

  • Drip candles

  • Handcuffs

  • Restraint systems

  • Rope

Since you’ve already talked with your partner about what type of pleasure you want, you’ll have a general idea of what accessories to buy. For example, when the submissive partner wears a ball gag, they can’t talk and will have to accept whatever action the dominant partner chooses.

Handcuffs, restraint systems, and rope allow for similar levels of control.

Drip candles are an accessory for sensation. Light a candle and drip hot wax on your partner, teasing them near their most sensitive areas. Similar toys include whips, feathers, and spike pinwheels.

You can level up the sensations of these toys and restraints by adding a blindfold into the mix. If your partner can't see what's coming, their entire body will be on high alert. Whenever they feel the pleasure or pain you deliver, the lack of sight heightens their other senses, and they’ll feel more intense sensations than ever before.

Shop for a kit with your partner so you can both get items you’ll enjoy. As a bonus, you'll get the foreplay experience of continuing to talk about BDSM and fantasizing together while you shop. Take your time with each item and talk about how it would feel to use it together.

Try It Out

Once your beginner BDSM kit arrives, try out everything you ordered. There’s no better way to determine what you like than to give it a try. Ensure you fall back on the previously-established guidelines with your partner so everyone gives consent and gets the most pleasure possible.

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