Female, Queer, Berlin
Professional Dominatrix, Fetish Content Creator and Photographer. With a focus on latex, watersports and sensual domination.
Female, Queer, Manchester
Award winning Fetish Princess. Generally amused by abusing losers.
Non Binary, Queer, London
Dominant Kink Provider and Escort
Female, Queer, Nottingham
Mixed Race BBW for Sensual BDSM and Escort
Non Binary, Queer, Leicester
I believe in offering boldly. Will you receive boldly? In the name of your queer pleasure?
Male, Straight, London
I have made this Sensuali profile as part of my relaunch and this profile will be an addition to my online presence.
Female, Bisexual, London
I am London’s most statuesque Dominatrix, here to make your fantasies come true. I am a beautiful and strong Amazonian Mistress. Standing at a powerful 6’1” tall before I put on my high heels, I revel in making men feel inferior. I must be worshipped and obeyed. Some of my favourite activities include CP, humiliation and pegging. I also thoroughly enjoy beat downs; any excuse to practise my Muay Thai and show off my strength. I am available for in person sessions at Dungeons and Hotels based in London and Hertfordshire.
Female, Pansexual, London
Professional Dominatrix - Owner of Studio Sevvven - Degradation & Filth Fanatic - Fantasy Extractor - FemDom Enthusiast
Female, Bisexual, Birmingham
Sensual Sadist and Domina. Experience the power of intimacy in my fully equipped cosy play room.
Female, Bisexual, Birmingham
British babygirl with a passion for wrestling
Female, Bisexual, Manchester
Hit me up for the most delicious and decadent of kink and BDSM experiences 😈
Female, Bisexual, Liverpool
A shape shifting succubus sent to lead you to your doom via fetish facilitation as your purveyor of perversion.
What is a taboo?
Rules were made to be broken.
When Taboo is listed on a Sensuali profile, it means that the Sensualist is offering experiences or happy to be affiliated with topics or kinks that could be considered controversial or 'taboo'. This might be things like period play, BDSM, age play, exhibitionism, you get the picture.
What make it hot?
Shock factor, baby! Sometimes purely the concept of something being considered 'wrong' or 'forbidden' is exciting to us. Additionally, these kinks can appeal to those who see past the idea of them being taboo. For example, period play can be exciting for those who disregard societal conditioning to find it 'gross'- to some, period play is simply a very intimate and trusting form of intimacy. Exploring topics considered 'taboo' is crucial to help reduce shame and stigma in society.
No, consent and comfort are paramount. If you're uncomfortable with a specific activity, it's important to communicate this to your partner, and understand together why it makes you uncomfortable.
Choose a comfortable and private setting to have an open and honest conversation. Use "I" statements to express your desires and be receptive to your partner's feelings and boundaries.
Yes, for some couples, consensual exploration of taboo elements can lead to increased intimacy due to sharing something that you might not share with everybody.
Prioritise communication: Openly discuss desires, boundaries, and expectations with your partner before exploring taboo elements. Establishing clear communication ensures that both parties are on the same page.
Establish safe words and signals: Especially when exploring intense or potentially triggering activities, having safe words and non-verbal signals is crucial. This allows either partner to express discomfort or the need to pause without breaking the mood.
Educate yourself: Before delving into taboo activities, educate yourself on the associated risks, safe practices, and consent dynamics. Understanding the nuances helps ensure a consensual and safe experience.
Judge: When someone opens up about a fantasy of theirs that is considered taboo, don't cast judgement. Remain open minded, taboo fantasies may not be discussed openly, but many people have them.
Disregard emotional well-being: Some taboo activities can be emotionally intense. Be mindful of each other's emotional well-being and be ready to provide support or reassurance as needed.
Rush into extreme activities: Start with less intense taboo activities before exploring more extreme elements. Gradual exploration allows both partners to gauge their comfort levels and build trust.