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I am Based in Northampton, but also travel to London frequently. I am a sadist and heavily enjoy making men suffer at my feet. I have been in the scene for 3 years now and also attend kink events In London. I love submissive men that make it their best interest to make my life easier. As well as a real time mistress/madame, I also enjoy playing with my subs online. my main kinks are CBT, Financial Domination, Pegging, Humiliation , Worship , Latex and Heavy impact play… and basically anything that will make you suffer 🥵 Hard limits: - CNC - Hardsports - Age play - Race play -Blackmail Session prices vary. [email protected]
What is CBT?
Cock and ball torture: the best kind of therapy.
CBT (cock and ball torture) is a form of BDSM or kink activity where there is consensual play involving the genitalia, specifically the penis and testicles. This may include squeezing, impact play, ball-busting or the use of specialised tools.
What makes it hot?
Some find arousal in CBT through the power dynamics, where activities like pain or stimulation can enhance the intensity of the experience. For some, the psychological aspects of control and submission can be arousing. CBT can be seen as a direct attack on a person's masculinity, making them feel very submissive. Additionally, the release of endorphins during pain play may contribute to pleasurable sensations for some individuals.
No, CBT can involve various sensations beyond pain, including gentle stimulation and psychological elements.
Yes, CBT can be consensually integrated into BDSM dynamics within a loving and trusting relationship.
Yes, CBT can extend beyond genitalia, incorporating surrounding areas for diverse sensations and experiences.
Use appropriate tools: If incorporating tools or devices, choose those specifically designed for CBT, ensuring they are clean, in good condition, and suitable for the intended level of play.
Warm-up gradually: Start with light sensations and gradually escalate to more intense activities. This allows the body to acclimate and helps avoid sudden discomfort.
Establish safe words: Have clear and unmistakable safe words to communicate when a participant needs the activity to stop immediately. This is crucial for safety and consent.
Check circulation: Regularly check for signs of numbness, tingling, or discolouration during the session. Lack of blood circulation can lead to serious issues.
Prioritise hygiene: Ensure both the dominant and submissive participants maintain good hygiene to minimise the risk of infection, especially if there are breaks in the skin.
Ignore pain signals: If the submissive participant expresses pain beyond the agreed-upon level or experiences unusual discomfort, stop the activity immediately and assess the situation.
Rush: Avoid rushing into intense activities without proper warm-up. Gradual escalation is crucial for safety and the overall experience.
Disregard aftercare: After the session, provide aftercare to address both physical and emotional needs. Ignoring aftercare can lead to post-play issues and emotional distress.