Bdsm whipping guide

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Don't be a robospanker! There are 'spanked' bottoms, and then there are 'flogged' bottoms! Flagellation should be enjoyable for everyone. Tops don't have to be a robospanker and give the bottom the flogging of their life. Similarly, a bottom doesn't have to want the most brutal flogging.

How To Find The Right Whip For Your BDSM Play

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Skip navigation! Story from Sex Toys. If you enjoy being spanked and you're ready to add a whip or two to your sex life , selecting the right one to fit your desires can be more complicated than you think. In the BDSM world , the word "whip" can refer to anything from floggers the tools with a sturdy handle and a bunch of tails to crops like the ones used for horses to single-tail bull whips , which are actually the most dangerous and ill-advised type for newbies, says Galen Fous, a kink-positive sex therapist and fetish sex educator. All of these whips can be used in what the BDSM community calls "impact play," which can include spanking, whipping, flogging, and caning. Of course, you don't have to be deep in the world of BDSM to add a whip to your sex life.

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It's Kink Month at Allure, and we're talking all about fetishes and kinks. Read more on our landing page here. Impact play , simply put, refers to any form of impact on the body for sexual gratification purposes. Many sexual partners practice impact play the most common way, through spanking, but those who are more experienced will often bring toys into the mix or try a slew of other acts.
We include products we think are useful for our readers. If you buy through links on this page, we may earn a small commission. Impact play is any practice that involves one person receiving impact — for example, being spanked, punched, whipped, or flogged — by another person for the sake of gratification, explains Lateef Taylor , a pleasure-based, queer-inclusive sex and kink educator.