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by Katie Peachesa January 12, 2021 4 min read

Full BDSM Guide to Pain and Sensation Play Sex Toys for Bondage

Sensation play is an attempt to inspire an intense physical reaction within the body.  Unlike other BDSM activities that affect the mental response, it focuses on physical response. It is a lighter version of BDSM. Sometimes, pain may occur but not at the same level as any BDSM activity. Sensation play is used to introduce someone to BDSM play by allowing them to experience the feeling of surrender without dealing with a lot of pain. Sensation play involves heightening the senses or depriving them completely. When one sense organ is reduced, the other four are enhanced. It means every touch becomes more intense. Restraints are used for subs to keep them in place and stop them from touching things they shouldn't. This blog post is a practical guide to sensation play sex toys.

Paddles and floggers

It involves using a paddle or a flogger to strike your partner. This is often used on the butt, back, chest, or thighs. If you want to try out impact play, it's best to use floggers or paddles, and they come in different styles and sizes. Some paddles are made with silicone, and its handle comes as a dildo. Floggers are also a great option because you can try gentle touches as well as rough strikes.

Wartenberg wheels

It is a highly recommended sex toy for sensation play. It can be used all over the body, and you can apply different levels of pressure. You can use light and gentle movements or deeper movements. The spikes are sharp to leave marks on the skin, but it won't cause extreme damage unless you press it too hard.

Temperature play

Temperature play is another technique for sensation play. Often, people use stainless steel sex toys that can retain temperatures such as dildos, anal beads, or butt plugs. You can also heat them by dropping them in hot water for a few minutes. You can cool them down by placing it in the freezer for a few minutes. Ensure you check the temperature before using it. You can touch it with the back of your hand to ensure it is not too hot. Once you have your desired temperature, you can place them inside and outside your body to know how it feels. You can also use ice cubes for sensation play. Ensure the ice doesn't get stuck on the skin. After placing the ice cube, you can follow it up with a warm tongue and mouth.

Blindfolds

Blindfolds is another sensation play sex toy. It creates an intense sense of anticipation because you don't know what will happen next, and you are relying on the other senses to feel the experience. It can be exciting and arousing for both partners.

Wax Play or Candles

This particular kind of sensation play is not suitable for beginners. It is not advisable to use regular candles. The trick is to know how high you can hold the candle while the wax is dripping on your partner. The higher you hold it, the cooler the wax will be. You can use massage oil to make it easy to remove the wax from your body.

Electrical Play

Electric pulses passed through the skin can create a sensation. There are different kinds of electrical toys to use. Ensure you don't turn it too high, or it can cause sudden jolt or extreme pain. Depending on how you use it, it can cause an intense orgasm.

Safety Tips for Sensation Play

Sensation play involves extreme temperature, fear,or your partner, not knowing what to expect. Safety is essential when it comes to sensation play. The following are tips you should abide by during sensation play.

  1. Be open and communicate with one another
  2. Admit if you are uncomfortable with a particular thing
  3. Always use a safe word.
  4. If you are using gas, ensure to have a safe gesture to signal a problem.
  5. Check with your partner to ensure there are no signs of distress
  6. If your partner is unable to communicate, stop the activity to ensure they are okay.
  7. Slow down if you need to.
  8. Be honest if you want something to stop
  9. Start slow and only advance to complicated techniques when your partner is comfortable with it
  10. Don't leave your restrained or gagged partner at any point in time.
  11. Don't use paddles or floggers across the face, spine, or other vital organs.
  12. Always check for blood circulation periodically throughout the session
  13. Only use candles designed for wax play.
  14. Don't leave clamps for more than ten minutes. As you use it regularly, you can increase the time.
  15. Always have a safe word or gesture before you start. Always check for body language, so you do not miss the safe gesture.
  16. Don't use complicated techniques if you are a beginner.

It's essential to have the best interest of your partner in mind after a sensation play. Always ensure to gradually bring your submissive back to the present moment after the play ends. You can give them a cuddle or a box of treats. Always use the right soothing products for sore areas.

Conclusion

Sensation play is a fun way to get kinky. You can try light play to extreme play. It may seem simple, but it involves different techniques that require extensive practice and training. Before starting, always ensure you understand what is expected and how to deliver it. It's also essential that you and your partner have a good communication level and trust to understand what is allowed and what's not allowed. After each play, take care of each other and always play safe. To be on the safe side, ensure you have the necessary tool to release your submissive quickly.

Katie Peachesa
Katie Peachesa

Katie Peachesa is a sex and lingerie blogger based out of the urban chic Wapping in the heart of East London, United Kingdom. In her spare time, Katie enjoys photography, yoga and fitness, a bit of boxing, traveling, keeping up with the latest fashion trends and mudlarking and exploring pastoral settings. You are likely to find Katie in an artisan cafe in Brick Lane on a Saturday afternoon furiously typing her next article on her laptop whilst she is sipping on her flat white and drawing inspiration from the hustle and bustle in the heart of creative London. Katie runs the "Fashion Life Mag" and has been featured in Cosmopolitan, Allure, Grazia, Tatler, Evening Standard and other popular media outlets.


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