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by Katie Peachesa March 24, 2021 5 min read

Guide To Bondage Flogger

Flogging is an essential part of BDSM playing. It makes a BDSM submissive/dominant session more exciting and enjoyable. Flogging is a little bit painful with a fun process. It is also an excellent tool for couples to explore their sexual desires. Mild strokes on buttocks, backs can help arouse a couple's sensual activities higher than average foreplay sessions. It is a great way to reach each other's limits.

Flogging Techniques

For beginners, it is safe to start with simple and soft strokes. When the question comes of good flogging, it's all about hitting the right area. Accuracy is the primary goal of flogging. Hit the spot you exactly wanted to hit. Practicing it on the pillow can help you improve. Thus, your partner will receive quality flogging experts.

There are two basic techniques of flogging. They are a single stroke or cyclic stroke. A single stroke pattern is striking it once in an attempt and sometimes wait for the next. In a cyclic stroke, you have to make a series of strokes in which cyclic order will follow momentum in a rhythmic pattern.

Areas to Flog Lightly

Those who like to flog not on the back and buttocks need to maintain a light flogging on specific areas. They are breasts, genitals, lower legs, upper shoulders, arms, etc. Top of the buttock near spine, spines, and ribs, which muscles do not protect areas.

Areas to Avoid Flogging

For safety issues, never flog on the face, head, neck, finger, toes. Remember that the hands and the feet are constructed with many tiny bones. If the bones are broken once, then it's not easy to heal quickly.

Advanced Flogging

Often a dominant does flogging very quickly, which is slightly natural for them. But on a broader view, flogging is not only an option for having fun one sided but also sided. Flogging builds enzyme endorphins in women's bodies. It usually needs more time compared to men's testosterone enzyme. But both enzymes are known as happy enzymes.

The point of flogging is to strike the buttocks area and then serially comes to another sensitive area to allow growing more endorphins. You can practice flogging remain standing, only by moving arms. Adjust your positions only by adjusting your feet position. Practice hitting your targets with minimal movements.

Flogging from the side, strike the object to remain standing. Hit the object, moving only your arms, prefer standing while flogging. Try clothespin, hair clips, or wheels, then back to standing position and do more flagging. Enjoy in every possible way but be careful of wrapping. It is when the submissives toe wraps up due to curling in pain or excitement under the body. It can bring unwanted pain or give permanent scars.

Aftercare

It is a highly recommended process after the completion of any BDSM play. The first step is to check whether it leaves any scars or pain. A good aftercare process can help to recover from any injuries during play. A gentle rubbing to the muscles can reduce the pain of torturing. Necessary ointments must apply to injured skin. Lotions can be used if needed for healing. The aftercare process is part of responsible play and appreciation to your submissive partner.

Tips for Choosing A Flogger

Floggers are made for nearly the same purposes. However, there are options available to pick. Let's see how you can pick yours.

Pick Color

Many give less attention to it, but the color selection is an essential process for picking floggers. Black and red are the ultimate sultry color for items like floggers. But there are other color preferences like pink, violet, or blue, that you have to search longer. Color can be a mood swinger in your playful time so, pick your favorite without hesitation.

Materials

Sensation depends on different materials and fabrics. Lighter floggers can feel more pain and cheap. Heavier floggers give the feeling of more like a massage. Heavy floggers are made of leather materials that tend to give a massage sensation.

Strand leather made floggers are called falls. Falls have a handle that is also made of leather. It is called hilt, which is sometimes kept separated from the falls. This type of flogger is called the pommel. Pommels sometimes have multiple rings.

Sensation

The flogger can provide two main kinds of sensation. They are sting or thud.

Sting gives a stinging and sharp sensation, which is not long-lasting. Thud is deeper and gives a lesser intense sense, which feels forceful. Neither of the floggers causes damage to the body, but both are incredibly sensational.

Types of Leather

Leather is a natural product, so there might be various feelings from one set to another. But the leather floggers makes big differences in sensation. Comparing between leather made the same product, one might be thicker and another thinner, one might be soft, and others are bit rough, color may change.

Oiled floggers are the most painful of all other floggers. They are capable of causing a lot of pain. It is a flogger best suited for expert users in BDSM scenes. Suede is soft and flexible leather, which gives a mixed performance of thud and sting. There is a combo flogger, which is a combination of oiled leather and suede leather. It is a nice mixture of pleasurable sting and thud all in one piece.

Deerskin is a lovely thud base flogger. It is very much soft like silk, thin as cloth, and lightweight as like a feather. It is better for beginners who would be able to play for a longer period without any pain.

American bison is a very thicker option. It can increase pain with a deep thud and a small amount of sting. It is not for the new ones. Rabbit is the most thinner of floggers. It is suitable for any users and incapable of causing any stings or even thuds.

Storing floggers

It would be best if you planned specifically to store the floggers. Floggers needs to be stored flatly in their strands. Wherever you put it, make sure to keep it flat, or else it might not work as it is designed for. Leather floggers must be conditioned.

Sharing

If you use floggers for multiple partners, then you should sterilize them. Leather, silicone floggers are easy to sterilize. Fabric material floggers are very difficult to sterilize.

Safe, responsible, and accurate flogging needs to be practiced well. For those who are experts, flogging is meant to be more erotic and extremely sensual to them. Enjoy flogging with caution and abide by safety.

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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