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Practicing Safe Bondage Sex

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The Fifty Shades of Grey series has introduced BDSM into many bedrooms all over the globe. For those venturing into this lifestyle for the first time, practicing safe bondage sex is one of the very first things that are learned. In addition to your usual safe sex practices, there are other ways to be sure that you and your lover are safe and sound when exploring BDSM for the first time.

The usual safe sex practices don’t disappear when you’re moving into a new fetish. Getting tested for STDs and using barrier protection like condoms and dental dams will help prevent the spread of any sexually transmitted diseases. Even with non-penetrating activities, any time fluids are exchanged these measures should be taken. Practicing safe bondage sex doesn’t mean that those precautions fall to the wayside.

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Communication is key when it comes to practicing safe bondage sex. Establishing limits ahead of any session to ensure that both parties are comfortable with the activities to come. Your limit list discussion should include things like what activities you are and are not willing to take part in, which are activities you would like to try but are not experienced in, as well as any health or safety issues that may arise during your play session.
When you are exploring a new fetish for the first time, there are also additional steps to take to be sure you and your partner are as safe as you can be. With BDSM, safe words are often used to be sure that the lines of communication between the Dominant and the submissive stay open. In most cases, these words aren’t something as obvious as “no” or “stop”, as using those words may actually be part of your power exchange fantasy. Many couples use colors like “yellow” to mean “slow downit’s getting a bit too intense for me” and “red” to mean “I need you to completely stop”.

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So what happens if the submissive is wearing a ball gag or is otherwise unable to verbally communicate? Hand signals can be used if their arms are not bound. Putting up one or two fingers is often used to replace “red” and “yellow”. Even in the most confined circumstances, though, there are ways to non-verbally communicate your needs. A bound and gagged submissive can hold something in her closed fist – and when dropped, signals that they need to stop the activities. (Typically objects that make noises when dropped, like a bell, are used for this restricted style of safe word communication.)

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