Metal bondage is bondage involving the use of metal apparatus to restrain a submissive as part of BDSM activities. In contrast to the use of rope to secure a body, metal bondage requires careful preparation, since more extravagant devices have either to be built or bought from a specialist; the range of devices can vary from simple handcuffs or chains to designed chairs or complex bar linkages. Chains are preferred for suspension due to their strong nature and ability to hold large amounts of weight including various other objects on top of the person being suspended; because they feel cold to touch and rattle and clank chains add auditory and tactile sensory stimulation to the bondage scene, can be used to enhance the atmosphere of a dungeon. Http://www.metalbondage.com Rope bondage Bondage
In the context of consensual BDSM, a forced orgasm is a form of orgasm control, whereby the active partner sexually stimulates the consenting partner until involuntary orgasm is achieved, with the consenting partner being unable to control the onset and intensity of orgasm. The consenting partner would be put in physical restraints to increase the feeling of helplessness, deprive him or her of the ability to control their orgasm. Forced orgasms may be induced with manual stimulation of the genitals, or the use of a vibrator a wand vibrator. Medical research shows that the genital reflex is regulated by the spinal cord, is not under conscious control; the practice of forced orgasm may be combined with orgasm denial, edging, or ruined orgasms. Erotic sexual denial Involuntary orgasm
Dominance and submission
Dominance and submission is a set of behaviours and rituals involving the submission of one person to another in an erotic episode or lifestyle. It is a subset of BDSM. Physical contact is not necessary, D/s can be conducted anonymously over the telephone, email, or other messaging systems. In other cases, it can be intensely physical. In D/s, both parties take erotic enjoyment from either dominating or being dominated; those who take the superior position are called "dominants"—Doms or Dommes —while those who take the subordinate position are called "submissive"—or subs. A switch is an individual. Two switches together may exchange roles several times in a session; the term dominatrix sometimes refers to a female sex worker. It is common for writers to capitalise the "D" in Dominant but leave the "s" in lowercase for the submissive. Many extend this to His/Hers, Him/Her, He/She, etc. to make it clear when they are referring to a Dominant. The inner conflict and surrender connected with dominance and submission are enduring themes in human culture and civilization.
In human sexuality, this has broadened to include mutual exploration of roles and activities that would be difficult or impossible to act out without a willing partner taking an opposing role. A 1985 study suggests. A 1995 study indicates that 89% of heterosexual females who are active in BDSM expressed a preference for the submissive-recipient role in sexual bondage, expressing a preference for a dominant male, that 71% of heterosexual males preferred a dominant-initiator role. A safeword is given to the submissive partner to prevent the dominant from overstepping physical and emotional boundaries, it is a code word, series of code words or other signal used to communicate physical or emotional state when approaching, or crossing, a boundary. Safewords can have differing levels of urgency - some may bring a scene to an outright stop, whereas others may indicate that a boundary is being approached. A safeword may be used by the Dominant as well as the Submissive if they feel things have gone too far and are uncomfortable continuing.
D/s may freeform. It is a negotiated lifestyle, with people discussing their wishes and needs in order to find commonality. A D/s relationship may be sexual or non-sexual, long- or short-term, intimate or anonymous. Most adherents search for the essential intensity and intimacy that are required to make any deep relationship possible. Based on gender, D/s can be divided into the following sub-types:- Male dominance Male submission Female dominance Female submission D/s participants refer to their activity as "play", with an individual play session being called a "scene". In addition to "dominant" and "submissive", a "switch" is a person. A scene between two switches can involve trading off the dominant and submissive roles several times. In contrast, the terms "top" and "bottom" refer to the passive roles, respectively. In a given scene, there is no requirement that the dominant be the top, or that the submissive be the bottom, although this is the case; the term "vanilla" refers to normative sex and relationships, the vanilla world being mainstream society outside of the BDSM subculture.
The term comes from vanilla ice cream being considered the "default" flavor. Some people in the D/s world capitalize words and names that refer to dominants, do not capitalize those that refer to submissives, hence the capitalization of D/s, it was popularized in internet chatrooms, to make it easier to identify the orientation of the writer or the person being written about. Some submissives eschew personal pronouns, instead referring to themselves as "this slave" or "Master Bob's girl"; this is sometimes considered an expression of modesty, but it is an optional method of depersonalizing a submissive during "play". It may have roots in the military, where new recruits are required to refer to themselves as "this recruit", rather than "I" or "me". There can be any number of partners in a D/s relationship: one dominant may have several submissives, who may in turn dominate others, or a submissive may have multiple dominants. Relationships may be polyamorous. Romantic love is not a feature in D/s: partners might be much in love or have no romantic relationship at all.
Some D/s relationships are sexual, others chaste. Fantasy role play can be an element, with partners taking classic dominant or submissive roles, or classic authority-figure roles such as teacher and student, police officer and suspect, or parent and child. Animal play, where one partner takes the role of owner or caretaker and the other takes the part of a pet or animal, can be D/s play. A classic example of a D/s role is the "sissy" maid, where an adult male dresses in cartoonish female clothing and performs stereotypical female chores such as housecleaning or serving tea, it should be noted that cross-dressing in D/s does not always involve a desire to be sissified or made into caricatures of women or to serve: for example, others may desire to be made as beautiful as possible and interact on a "girlfriend-to-girlfriend" non-sexual basis. Variation in D/s is limitless and the activities take many forms, may be combined with other forms of BDSM; these variations may include: domestic servitude or consensual slavery enforced chastity of the submissive erotic humiliation sexual slavery verb
Gloria Brame is an American board certified sexologist and sex therapist based in Athens, Georgia. She is a member of the American College of Sexologists, clinical sexologist, her sex therapy practice specializes in sexual fetishism and sexual dysfunction. Dr. Brame is a bestselling author and advocate for safe and consensual relating among the BDSM, LGBTQ communities. However, her work and approach are of value to anyone who appreciates the broad variety of human sexual experience, from self pleasuring to esoteric practices. Dr. Brame earned her Ph. D. degree in Human Sexuality from the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality in 2000 and an M. A. in English literature from Columbia University in 1978. Dr. Brame wrote several books including: Different Loving: the World of Sexual Dominance and Submission Come Hither: A Commonsense Guide To Kinky SexDifferent Loving, published in 1993, was a pioneering, evidence based re-evaluation of SM/fetish/kink as an expression of normal minds and lives, challenging the bias against safe and consensual behavior as somehow pathological or problematic.
Come Hither was selected as the "official guide to kinky sex" by the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality. Other titles by Brame include: Sex for Grown-Ups, Where the Boys Are, The Truth About Sex, Different Loving Too. Brame testified against then-US Attorney General in Nitke vs Ashcroft, a major case challenging the Communications Decency Act before the Southern District of New York. In 2012 Brame joined the board of directors of the Woodhull Sexual Freedom Alliance and co-hosted a web radio talk show on Spreaker. Brame has been cited as a fetish sex expert in a number of media articles, has been a regular contributor to Cosmopolitan, Working Woman, other mainstream magazines, her biography of the Marquis de Sade appears in the International Encyclopedia of Human Sexuality. Dr. Brame's Internet presence includes gloriabrame.com, a sex positive compendium of writing and professional services. She has been cited in such on-line outlets as The Huffington Post, Slate, VOX, VICE, among others.
Dr. Brame has given numerous live-radio and television interviews with BBC, CBS, NBC, CNBC, FOX, PBS and foreign media, she has been cited in numerous magazines and newspapers, including a 2004 profile in The Washington Post. 2002 - 2105, full professor, visiting Faculty, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality 1987 - 1991, adjunct professor of English, NYU, guest lecturer in creative writing, York College, associate professor of poetry and creative writing, Hofstra. 15 Best Sexperts, Dating Advice, 2015, 2011 National Leather Association Award for nonfiction writing, 2010 American College of Sexologists Bisexuality-Aware Professionals Directory Directory of Therapists Experienced in the Treatment Of Transgender Persons Lesbian Business Community MediAngels Global E-Hospital Open Relationship Resources Psychology Today Therapist Directory Brame, Gloria G.. Different Loving: An Exploration of the World of Sexual Dominance and Submission. New York: Villard Books. ISBN 978-0-679-40873-4.
Brame, Gloria G.. Where the Boys Are. Hearst Books. ISBN 978-0-380-79179-8. Brame, Gloria G.. Domina: The Sextopians. Universal Publishers. ISBN 978-1-58112-878-9. Brame, Gloria G.. Come Hither: A Commonsense Guide To Kinky Sex. Fireside. ISBN 978-0-684-85462-5. Brame, Gloria G.. The Truth About Sex, A Sex Primer for the 21st Century. Volume I: Sex and the Self. CCB Publishing. ISBN 978-1-926918-55-6. Brame, Gloria G.. The Truth about Sex, a Sex Primer for the 21st Century. Volume II: Sex for Grown-Ups. CCB Publishing. ISBN 978-1771430760. Brame, Gloria G.. Naked Memory: Confessions of a Sexual Revolutionary. Moons Grove Press. ISBN 978-1771431415. Brame, Gloria G.. A Fetish for Men: A Memoir. Vancouver, BC: Moons Grove Press. ISBN 9781771432092. Brame, Gloria G.. "Marquis de Sade, Donatien Alphonse François". In Whelehan, Patricia; the International Encyclopedia of Human Sexuality. Malden, Oxford: John Wiley and Sons, Ltd. ISBN 978-1405190060. Brame, Gloria G.. Different Loving Too: Real People, Real Lives, Real BDSM. Moons Grove Press.
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The spread eagle is the position in which a person has their arms outstretched and legs apart, figuratively resembling an eagle with wings spread. It is a style that appears in nature and geometry. In human style it is represented by the letter "X". A spreadeagle is a common position in various fields, it is used in dance routines at the conclusion, in figure skating and at the beginning of sky diving. The spread eagle may be a sex position in which one partner lies on their back facing up or lying facing down with arms and legs spread wide apart; when the partner is lying face down, it is a variation of the doggy style position, when they are lying face up it is a variation of the missionary position. Another variation is for the receiving partner's legs to be closed, the penetrating partner's to be wide apart; this variation is said to be better for stimulating the G-spot and the prostate gland and is sometimes called the peace sign position. The face up versions of the position are popular for erotic massage.
Another variation is to have a vertical spread eagle. These positions are classic ingredients in sexual roleplay; the spread eagle position is employed as a bondage position in BDSM play, sometimes upside down. A standing or hanging position can be achieved using equipment such as a Saint Andrew's Cross or spreader bars but can be achieved with ropes or chains attached to different endpoints; as a humiliation technique it is popular for forcing the subject to display their genitals and to provide unhindered access to the crotch and sometimes anal region for sexual play and torture. Limb restraint
A bondage hood is a fetishistic hood. It may be made from rubber, latex, PVC, darlexx or leather. Full-faced hoods are used for the practice of head bondage, to restrain and objectify the wearer through depersonalization, disorientation and/or sensory deprivation; the use of bondage hoods can be hazardous. Bondage hoods are referenced in popular culture, most notably in the film Pulp Fiction. Gas mask fetishism Total enclosure fetishism Gimp suit Hooding Media related to Bondage hoods at Wikimedia Commons
Total enclosure fetishism
Total enclosure fetishism is a form of sexual fetishism whereby a person becomes aroused when having entire body enclosed in a certain way. Total enclosure is accompanied by some element of bondage; some total enclosure activities include: In rubber fetishism, rubber suits, gas masks and similar garments and accessories are used for total enclosure. Vacuum beds rigidly enclose the entire body under a rubber sheet with a small breathing tube. Sleepsacks and body bags are used as less rigid enclosure alternative to the vacuum beds, although some are made in inflatable form to increase pressure on the occupant's body. In spandex fetishism, zentai suits are used for total enclosure in skintight fabric from head to toe. In the case of zentai, the wearer breathes through the loose-woven fabric itself, the garment is not as tight as a rubber or PVC garment would be, the costume comes off with a zipper that can be operated by the wearer. Being sealed within a giant stuffed animal or murrsuit. Although experiences of these activities are regarded as claustrophobic, total enclosure fetishists like to practice these activities, sometimes combining them with bondage to intensify feelings of helplessness.
As with all activities involving bondage or potential risk to breathing, this is a risky activity. Maintaining an airway, preventing positional asphyxia, ensuring that the enclosed person has a means of escape at all times are of paramount importance, if these activities are not to result in death. See the articles on bondage, erotic asphyxiation for some discussion of the risks involved. Bondage Bondage hood BDSM Partialism Mummification Gillian Freeman, "The Undergrowth of Literature", Nelson, 1967, pp. 141–143 David Kunzle, "Fashion and fetishism: a social history of the corset, tight-lacing, other forms of body-sculpture in the West", Rowman and Littlefield, 1982, ISBN 0-8476-6276-4, p. 39 Simon LeVay, Sharon McBride Valente, "Human sexuality", Sinauer Associates, 2006, ISBN 0-87893-465-0, p. 494 http://en.wikifur.com/wiki/Murrsuit