Whips are great for BDSM play, but unlike all the other spanking tools, they are the most dangerous. Getting into whipping requires that you have the most careful plan in mind, ensuring that the play is as safe as it could be. The spanking safety rules apply, but with the greater risk that whips bring, you need a few more safety tips to add to the list.
It is common sense that the whip should be kept away from the face, but for complete safety the dominant and the submissive need to have goggle on and if this is not available, put on peaked hats.
Get your hands on this synthetic whip and watch as it leaves a mark with its short and sharp sting. The synthetic fiber keeps it light, and the rigid strikes make the whip very easy to control, ensuring that there are no hiccups caused by missing the mark. This one is a great choice for beginners as it is easy to handle, durable and does not need much when it comes to caring for it.
This whip will need some prior practice before indulging in human play. The rigid whip delivers a thud like no other, leaving behind a sharp sting in its wake. Always ensure that you have your aiming skills on point to ensure that you do not hit the unintended region. Although it is substantially easy to handle, steer clear if you are a newbie until you get the hang of it through training. The whip can last a long time but it requires some special and constant care to make this happen.
This one is intended for those with extensive experience in the whipping department. The rubber whip is highly likely to cause abrasions and cuts, making play time very risky. Always ensure you have your safety lessons on your fingertips as you indulge in this toy that is guaranteed to unleash some severe punishment.
There are various selections to choose from when it comes to selecting a whip for your play sessions. Beginners are however required to stick to the whips that do not require a whole lot of safety techniques or complicated handling procedures. The flicker whip is a good place to start as it is easy to handle, making the practice sessions a bit smooth. Being a flexible whip, it is easier to handle as compared to its counterparts, ensuring that you have minimal chances of hurting your partner if you play within the safety box. Your whips should not be longer than four feet to ensure that you can control the landing to ensure there is no wrapping, an occurrence that might cause untold damage.
Whipping is a great way to get your pain fantasies going, but with the risk of abrasions and cuts, always ensure that you keep your whips exclusive. Never use one whip on multiple partners as this may result in some unnecessary exposure to various infections.
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