Safe Zones for BDSM play

Our body is the home that always goes with us everywhere. We take proper care of it, invent a routine that nourishes it, go jogging or yoging. And one of the most important things – we learn to listen to our body and accept it. When it comes to sexual activity, in particular, to impact play, we also should be aware of what body parts we can spank and what it is better to avoid. So let's begin our lesson about the BDSM play safety zones.

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The Head & The Face

Let's be honest, you certainly don't want to mess too much with your eyes, ears, or head because no one wants to get injured or lose the ability to see or hear. So, we believe you have a common sense not to harm these parts of your/someone's body. But some people that enjoy a wax play can include cheeks and forehead to this activity. Also, micro bondage of the head is an intriguing idea. And for both these things you should learn how to do them. It's a higher level of BDSM play, and newbies can start with hair pulling.

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The Neck

What is the first thing coming to your mind when we talk about the neck in BDSM play? Right! One of the most favorite – choking. We can't recommend doing it to someone new to BDSM because it has an elevated risk level. Just know that. And if you want to engage in breath control play, we encourage you to seek educational material.

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The Chest

We see this area from a clavicle to the end of a pectoral muscle. Some people love to include it in an impact play or do flogging. If you ask us, we better leave this area for sensation or wax play. We all have different bodies, and someone, for example, can have more muscles on the chest that allows more opportunities to play with it. Also, take into account what kinds of sensation do you prefer.

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The Torso (stomach)

Here we're going to be short. Your torso has a lot of organs, and we insist you not hit this area. Just be safe, play nice and avoid bruises. Fur flogger and your stomach can become besties, for example.

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The Genitals

You all know that this part of our body is super sensitive, and some people hate any pain that can appear there. But if you want to engage in pain play on your genitals, you can try to use electro sex toys. Or maybe you can spank it with our keychain paddle. Sounds extraordinary, but actually, there are even tiny-tiny floggers on the market.

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The Legs (front side)

The quadriceps can engage in impact play. We think that a lot of you guys spanked or flogged the front side of the legs. But you should always avoid the joints and knee cups. And if you are on your knees, we would advise you to use a pillow or some knee covers.

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The ankles & The feet

The ankle is a joint, and as we said before, you should avoid hitting the joints on your or your partner's body. Also, you can try to cane the feet as a punishment. Or if you like to try something less intense, then tickle torture can be your option.

 

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The Calves

The calves (the backside) have sufficient tissue to engage in pain play. But it is more suitable for getting pain as a punishment but not for pleasure. You can use a cane, paddles, and floggers. Some people really like the bondage in this area. And if you want to stay mobile, you should be very careful with calves.

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The Thigh (backside)

It is the classic spot for using big toys like whips and paddles. This place is popular and favorite for some people because there are enough tissue and space for spanking.

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The Buttocks

We would recommend this juicy part as a perfect start for impact play for those who are new to BDSM. You can do bare handed spanking, do whips, floggers, cane, anything you really want. Our buttocks are a sweet spot.

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The Back

The back offers a lot of space, but you should be really careful with it. Remember to avoid the spine and the lower part where the kidneys are located. Pissing with blood, it's not fun. Due to these limitations, we don't recommend this area for people who just start the BDSM journey. Firstly, become a pro with whatever toys and tools you are using, and then pass to the back.

In the end, we would like shortly resume the article.

  • The body is your home, and you should care about it.
  • If you are interested in choking, search for some educational material about breath play.
  • Don't hit the stomach because there are located our beautiful organs.
  • Avoid joints and knees during impact play.
  • Our buttocks are a sweet spot.
  • You should be interested in becoming a pro with whatever toys and tools you are using.

Anoeses Team

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