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What is breath play?

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Breath play is a form of BDSM (Bondage, Discipline, Dominance, Submission, Sadism, Masochism) activity that involves controlling or restricting a person's ability to breathe for erotic arousal or as part of a power dynamic. This can come in many forms, some being consensual choking or the use of water. 

What makes it hot?

Arousal in breath play is often derived from the intense physical and psychological sensations it elicits. The deliberate restriction of airflow, when consensually explored within BDSM dynamics, creates a heightened sense of vulnerability, control, and intimacy. When our breath is restricted, our body can release endorphins which give us a rush of pleasure and make other physical sensations (such as penetration) feel more intense. It's the fusion of physical and psychological elements, carefully negotiated within the realm of trust and consent, that makes breath play a provocative and arousing experience.

Breath play is often associated with BDSM and sexual dynamics, but can it also be incorporated into non-sexual relationships for purposes of intimacy, trust-building, or shared experiences.

Yes, there are instances of controlled breathing practices in various cultural and historical contexts. Some cultures incorporate breath control in rituals, ceremonies, or meditative practices. Understanding these cultural and historical aspects provides a broader perspective on the significance and diversity of breath-related practices.

Yes, controlled breathing, including breath play in consensual BDSM dynamics, can influence mental and emotional states. The deliberate regulation of breath may contribute to altered mindsets, relaxation, or heightened states of awareness.

Breath play: a short introduction
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Posted by Iso

Tuesday 12 September 2023

Breath play is one of the taboo kinks that has recently become a lot more openly accepted. Kinkcurious? Here is a basic introduction.

DO

Safe gestures and communication: Establish clear non-verbal safe signals or gestures to facilitate effective communication during breath play. This is crucial for the submissive partner to communicate comfort levels or the need to stop if verbal communication becomes challenging.

Consistent monitoring: Continuously monitor the well-being of the restrained partner during breath play. Pay attention to their facial expressions, body language, and any signs of distress. Regularly check in to ensure their comfort and adjust the intensity accordingly.

Gradual exploration: Begin breath play gradually and slowly increase the intensity based on the comfort and consent of both partners. This allows everyone involved to acclimate to the sensations and helps prevent sudden, unexpected reactions.

Quick-release mechanisms: Always have quick-release mechanisms readily available, such as safety shears or a quick-release knot. These tools are essential for swiftly removing restraints in case of an emergency or if the submissive partner needs to be released quickly.

 

DON'T

Solo breath play: Engage in solo breath play activities. Breath play carries inherent risks, and having a trusted partner present is essential for safety. Solo play significantly increases the likelihood of accidents or unintended harm.

Use unsafe materials: Use materials that can easily constrict airflow or cause harm during breath play. Avoid makeshift tools or materials that are not specifically designed for this purpose. Stick to safe, approved equipment.

Ignore discomfort: Ignore signs of discomfort or distress from the restrained partner. Immediate attention and action should be taken if the submissive partner exhibits any signs of distress, difficulty breathing, or discomfort during the breath play session.

Skip post-play debriefing: Skip the post-play debriefing. After a breath play session, it's crucial to discuss the experience, share feelings, and address any concerns. Open communication helps build trust and ensures the well-being of all parties involved.