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It is a sex game that is increasingly attractive, sought after and practiced. Nowadays without social distinctions, enjoying slavery as a sexual game can be a very strong and healthy element of union, it generates trust and allows you to explore your sexuality in a safe way provided you have the right company.
We could say that the Bondage is the act of preventing the movement of someone through ties - commonly with ropes - an adult who orders and another who submits for the provocation of mutual pleasure. It is based on strong communication, trust and the basic security measures that common sense reveals. Millions of people around the world, including married couples or individually participate or have participated in slavery as a form of sexual play. However, sexual slavery is sometimes seen as a taboo, as it is enjoyed by a minority, and as such, it also has a lot of misconceptions surrounding it.
The act of slavery within the sexual game can be pleasurable in a multitude of ways, many of which are very personal. For the participants, the pleasant aspects are mainly psychological, visual and tactile. Emotionally Bondage can be a way to feel close to another person, cared for, embraced, loved and admired - or at the other end, enjoy the sensation of taking, possessing, losing control and where another person's body is used to the purely visual or artistic enjoyment.
Sexual slavery can be used as an integral part of a session, or as an additional way to improve the experience and where the submissive and dominant part are defined. Bondage is therefore a healthy and safe game, when it is sensible and agreed by the parties.
Bondage is often associated with sadomasochism and BDSM, which corresponds to the term Bondage Discipline Sado Masochism which are related concepts. BDSM is an acronym that has a multitude of sexual forms within one's sexuality, including slavery as one of them. Sadomasochism is one aspect, which describes a person in terms of obtaining sexual pleasure, whether giving or receiving physical pain. Both can be a part but neither is it required to be contemplated.
This sexual practice can also be misunderstood, and treated as abusive, since it involves giving and receiving physical control - this is exactly because communication between the participants is a vital part of it. Security words (such as "red", "yellow" and "green") are used to indicate if the person who is linked to slavery does not want to stop or on the contrary wishes to move on.
As long as the basic security measures are met, such as consensus, protection and trust, this sexual game is a completely healthy option.
Thanks. This article contains a total-partial extract extracted from what was published in mundiario.com
Another contribution in this aspect ...
Throughout history sadomasochism has inspired art and literature, and in films it is the subject of films such as Terciopelo azul (1986), by David Lynch, or Saló or the 120 days of Sodom (1975), by Pier Paolo Pasolini A recent example of his influence is in the pink novel Fifty Shades of Gray, where the bsdm -Bondage, domination, sadism, masochism- is present, a subculture derived from sado.
Today, sadomasochism, more than a perversion, is assumed as a sexual tendency free to be exercised by any individual, yes, consensually.
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And another additional contribution ...
Of the people with whom I have been able to talk openly about sex, there are very few who do not like at least some of being active. They are not conceived, in our societies, as "sadomasochists". But they are omnipresent: in advertising, in films with supposed "torrid" scenes ... and of course, in pornography.
That does not mean that there are no activities that score 0, of course: There is sex without control, humiliation or pain. A whole world of "vanilla" possibilities (so the BDSM call "normal" sex). Which leads one to wonder if the sadomasochist enjoys activities that "score" exclusively or not. That is to say: Do sadomasochists like vanilla sex? For what I have been able to find out (viva alt.com and its possibilities of chatting even for visitors), some yes, and others no.
The difference between sadomasochism and "normal" sex, therefore, is a difference in degrees: Some people like things farther from the axis of coordinates, and others less. Some like things near the center of the coordinate axis, and others do not. But in general, if the "level of sadomasochism" was measured according to the volume occupied by the tastes of each of us in the graph ... I at least do not know anyone who scored "0". And in that sense, "we are all sadomasochists".
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