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One of the huge differences between kink and non-kinky sex is that the world of bondage scene opens up many more possibilities for play. There are so many things that could be involved that it is impossible to get by with blanket permissions. This can happen in one big conversation, or it can happen in a series of more casual exchanges, but it has to happen.

Many people who are new to BDSM have trouble planning what they want to do together. Planning a scene is a very individual thing. No one can tell you what to do here — but I can offer some guidance. Check out the kink negotiation worksheet.

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Start by establishing your goals. How does each participant want to feel? What roles does each participant want to take? What are you trying to accomplish here? Why do you want to play together? What activities do you have in mind?

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Reading erotica, watching porn, and reading check lists may help you gather ideas. Clarify whether you are negotiating a particular event or the relationship as a whole. Use those goals to sketch out a scene and gain consent. What activities can each person agree to? What level of intensity is desired?

What feelings are good, and which feelings are scene-enders?

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What types of physical and sexual contact are acceptable? This is also the time to talk about limits and things bondage scene do not want to do in this particular scene. Please take this step very seriously. Go slowly. Plan for 10 strokes and see how it feels. Communication is vital to safety, and it is necessary to make sure that your partner is consenting every step of the way. Always have a verbal and non verbal way to al distress.

Agreeing upon a non-verbal al is important any time that the bottom may be unable to speak clearly, such as when gags or loud music are used.

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Communication also includes a discussion of body language. How do you act when you are distressed? Crying, shaking, tensing up, and flopping are all commons s of distress where a sub might be too upset to think clearly and speak up. If anything like this happens it is vital that you check in and make sure your partner is okay.

Checking in with each other is an important part of staying in tune, but bondage scene is necessary if your partner has body language that als distress or panic. Bad body language should be treated like a safe word. You may also ask your partner to rate the intensity they feel on a scale from Agree on a maximum before the scene begins.

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When everything is going well you can also engage your partner by requiring them to actively participate in certain aspects of the scene bondage scene make them answer questions, repeat things back to you, get toys for you, etc. The last thing you need is to cover basic health information. What barriers will be used for sexual contact if any? Does either participant have a health problem that might effect the scene? Your mood has a huge effect on how you play. Discuss what aftercare you will need to stay physically and mentally healthy.

Many people have a snack, cuddle, and talk after their scenes.

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Experienced partners might not need to talk about everything every time they play, but it is good to revisit this discussion from time to time. If you already know each other well you might benefit from focusing the most on what activities excite you and what your current comfort levels are.

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