4 Things Everyone Misinterprets about BDSM!

In the year 2020, talking about sex and BDSM as part of it has become a largely popularized topic. With so many movies and books already going deeper into the topic and exploring it; it seems as though BDSM might not be as scary or intense as you think.

For those who haven’t done their research on BDSM and the pleasure that comes with, we are here to properly introduce you to the practice. If you are new to the idea of including BDSM in your sex escapades, some clearing up is well overdue.

So here it goes, let’s clarify 4 key things everyone gets wrong about BDSM sex.

BDSM Is Freaky, Not for Everyone

Technically, not all people enjoy BDSM during sex, but that doesn’t mean BDSM cannot be toned down when needed. As for being freaky, I mean, define freaky, right? If we are to trust studies, then we’ll learn that about 65 percent of women enjoy being dominated during sex; 52 percent like being tied up and 47 percent enjoy dominating their partner.

Can be Emotionally Tiring!

It is quite to the contrary, actually. When BDSM is incorporated in all the right ways, it can be an emotional healer. By nature, some men are more dominant and some like to be dominated. BDSM, according to sex therapists; can be a great addition to the sex lives of ‘vanilla’ loving men and women who are too uncomfortable to experiment with kinks. In addition; incorporating it into your sex practices can be fruitful for people who are struggling with control and power issues.

The Dom is Always in Charge in BDSM

While that is true to an extent, not all people enjoy being dominated only. In fact, many like to use their ‘switch’ option; which allows them to take both the dominant and submissive roles whenever they please. Of course, some will always choose one over the other, but mostly; people are curious to learn both sides of BDSM. The dominant person is not always in charge during sex, too, say sex experts, who also suggest that the submissive person has more power over what happens in the bed because they can use the safe-word whenever they please.  

is it Dangerous!

For those who are not willing to make BDSM intense, you don’t really have to. BDSM sex can have its extremes and quirks; but you can always do it without exposing yourself too much or taking things too far. Sex therapists explain that it allows many entry points for newbies, suitable for all sorts of kinks- soft or spicy.

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