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Safe words in BDSM and their importance

Posted by Sejal Waghela on

By now, we all must be fully aware about the BDSM culture and what it is. BDSM existed around many parts of the world, even in India to a small extent. But not many people knew about it. But Fifty Shades of Grey and such other works actually put light on the topic and that is how the ignorant ones came to know about it.

BDSM lets one explore and come out of his comfort zone. In doing so, one might find something new and exciting, but this new finding can often lead to one’s own harm. We can simply say that with something good, comes the bad part too.

So one might try out BDSM with partner, but sometimes it’s hard to know your partner’s limits and one can go much beyond it. For this reason, the BDSM culture has certain norms and choices which can be called as the ‘safe words’.

Choosing suitable safe words and using them accordingly is very important. Usage of safe words varies from couple to couple. Some use different cities or states. Some can use delicacies and others sweets as safe words. Many use colors as the safe words. For example, for a couple, the safe word green can mean that the submissive liked the scene (the act of having sex or hooking up in BDSM) and wants it to be repeated again and again. While yellow can mean that it was okay and should not be done more than twice. Similarly, red can signify the dominant to immediately stop the scene and mean that it wasn’t appreciated by the submissive and that the dominant has crossed limits.

These safe words are really very important during bondage. Sometimes, this masochism and sadistic sex can create more of a trouble than joy. The dominant might cross his limits and subject the submissive to injurious acts or anything that may harm the submissive. It all can purely be based on assumptions that the submissive might like it. But it can also go the other way round.

There have actually been cases where submissive partners have almost bled to death. Mostly, many are reluctant to use safe words since they fear hurting the dominant.

The main purpose of this article is to let bondage be safe and sound. Also, it encourages submissive partners to use safe words if they feel that their morals were hurt or the danger boundaries were crossed. Refuse if you’re uncomfortable with certain objects. Also, dominants should keep in mind that bondage has to be pleasurable. They should not make it feel like a torture.

We hope BDSM culture would interest you enough and not let you fall in trouble

 


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