How to Choke BDSM

Choking is a very popular kink and fetish that many people enjoy. It gives them a sense of power play and can be very pleasurable for both Dominants and Submissives.

Like all BDSM play, it should always be done with consent and an agreed-upon safe word or gesture. This is especially important for choking because it can be dangerous.

Breath play

Breath play is a dangerous and complex area of BDSM because the throat is sensitive and can be easily damaged. It is best to avoid breath play unless both parties agree to it and have an agreed upon safe word/gesture for communication. It is also important to educate yourself about breath play and have a good understanding of the anatomy before engaging in it. Educating yourself can be done by taking classes at local BDSM groups or sex toy stores, finding books on the subject, or talking to a sex therapist.

Erotic choking, like any kinky activity, can be intensely hot. However, it can also be incredibly dangerous and lead to permanent damage or even death. Choking is a serious risk and should only be practiced between partners who have been vetted and feel comfortable with the risks involved. Besides sex, choking can be used for other activities, such as masturbation or mental play.

Bringing a bit of edge play into bed can heighten the experience. For example, you can use a clit clamp or a face strapon to choke your partner and create a different type of rush. But it is important to remember that safety is a priority, so make sure that you always have a safety plan in place before you start choking. Also, it is a good idea to have some practice sessions with a trusted friend to get a feel for the sensations.

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Non-verbal cues

Getting choked is a powerful feeling. It makes you feel dominated, and the sensation of your partner’s hands gripping tightly around your neck can be deeply sexual. However, you need to be aware of the potential dangers that come with choking. The most important thing is to communicate clearly with your partner. This includes agreeing on limits, safe words, and gestures. This way, your partner can let you know when they want you to stop choking.

Erotic asphyxiation can be dangerous, especially if you don’t have the right training. It can cause bruising and swelling of the neck, which can be incredibly painful. In addition, it can also trigger past trauma or make someone unconscious. It is essential to practice the technique with a trained sex educator.

If you’re looking for a safer, more subtle variation on choking, try bondage. You can wrap a thin material around your partner’s neck to give them a tight feel, and it will also help reduce the risk of physical injury. The kink of bondage can be intense, but it’s still a great way to add unique sensations to your BDSM play. You can find out more about it in our free guide to bondage for beginners.

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Pressure

Choking is a popular kink for both doms and subs. It can heighten sexual arousal and increase orgasms, but it’s important to remember that it is dangerous and potentially life-threatening. You should only engage in choking with a trusted partner who knows your limits and understands the risks. Moreover, you should talk to your partner about it before choking them so that you can both agree on boundaries and have a safe word or gesture in case things get out of hand.

Choking restricts the oxygen supply to the brain, making you dizzy and lightheaded. But it also triggers the release of feel-good hormones like serotonin and dopamine, which create a rush that feels great in the moment. When the choking ends and you can breathe normally again, you’ll feel another rush. This second rush is caused by the neurotransmitters that are released when you feel pain or distress.

In addition to talking to your partner about the choking kink, you should ask them how long they want to be choked and when (for example, during penetration or at climax). It’s also important to practice on yourself first so that you know how much pressure to apply. You can also use other BDSM equipment, such as a well-designed clit clamp or face strapon, to intensify the sensations of choking.

Consent

Choking is a popular BDSM kink, but it’s important to remember that it can be dangerous if it is not done properly. Always get your partner’s consent and make sure they understand the health risks involved in choking. It’s also a good idea to have a safe word or gesture in case things start to escalate.

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Participants reported learning about choking through a variety of sources including pornography, erotic stories, magazines, social media, and friends. They described engaging in choking with men and women, committed as well as casual partners. Some of them even choked their partners during sex. Most women reported that choking was pleasurable, though some experienced pain and discomfort.

When used consensually, choking can be intensely satisfying for both submissives and dominants. It can increase arousal and orgasms and provide an adrenaline rush. Choking also emphasizes the giving and receiving of power. It turns on submissives because it gives them the feeling of being dominated by their partner.

Choking can also be a great way to explore new sexual sensations with a partner. However, it’s important to understand the anatomy of the neck and the proper pressure to apply. If you choke too hard, you could damage the esophagus or larynx. It’s best to practice on yourself before trying it out with a partner.

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