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BDSM Shop Philippines

BDSM Shop

Welcome to our BDSM shop! Here you’ll find the sultriest bondage toys in the market, as we offer the biggest collection of BDSM toys in the Philippines.

For those that are unfamiliar with BDSM or have only heard it from pop culture references such as the “Fifty Shades of Grey,” keep in mind that this practice isn’t the work of the devil. BDSM stands for a lot of things: bondage and discipline (B&D), dominance and submission (D&S), and sadism & masochism (S&M) but “satan’s play” is not one of them. The common misconception surrounding BDSM is that it’s abusive, and only “psycho” people do this. But the reality is far from that. Genuine BDSM is about trust and consent.

In BDSM, participants are always willing and plan things in advance to make sure that nothing bad happens. The “submissive” or “sub” surrenders everything to the “dominant” or “dom” with complete trust and faith. The dom has complete control and authority over the sub, but they ensure that their sub is always safe. Sex and role play are always done with clear, intimate communication, which creates an “erotic bond.”

  • What does BDSM mean?
    BDSM stands for a lot of things: bondage and discipline (B&D), dominance and submission (D&S), and sadism & masochism (S&M) but “satan’s play” is not one of them. The common misconception surrounding BDSM is that it’s abusive, and only “psycho” people do this. But the reality is far from that. Genuine BDSM is about trust and consent.
  • Where did BDSM originate?
    BDSM dates back as far as Ancient Greece, BDSM has also been depicted in their art. Even the Indian sex book “Kama Sutra,” dating as far as 300 AD, depicts erotic spanking accompanying their positions.
  • What are the common types of BDSM items?
    For subduing, there are restraints like handcuffs, shackles, and hogties, and ropes. For punishment, there are ticklers, whips, paddles, and floggers. If you want to amplify your submissive’s sensations, you can also hinder some of their senses; eye masks for eyes, while ball gags for their mouths.

History of BDSM

As much as you’d like to believe that 50 Shades of Grey started this “trend,” you better believe ancient people did it first. Dating back as far as Ancient Greece, BDSM has also been depicted in their art. Even the Indian sex book “Kama Sutra,” dating as far as 300 AD, depicts erotic spanking accompanying their positions.

But BDSM blossomed during the 18th century. During this time, some European brothels began specializing in restraint, flagellation, and other “punishments” that “dominant” women gave out to consenting “submissive” men.

In the late 1700s, Marquis De Sade, a French nobleman, and philosopher published 120 Days of Sodom and Justine, showcasing BDSM themes in his works. Some people considered it revolutionary for the world of BDSM since his works introduced the concept of this kinky act.

In 1905, famous psychologist Sigmund Freud coined the word “sadomasochism” and labeled enjoyment of it as “neurotic.” For some time, even the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders listed BDSM as a “deviation” and “psychiatric disorder.” Thankfully, today, it’s widely accepted and even recommended for beginners to try.

Types of Toys in Our BDSM Shop

Dominance and submission games are exciting, and incorporating the right tools and equipment will make it even more fun. Choosing BDSM tools to incorporate into your play will all depend on you and your partner. Think about what you need it for or what you want to try.

For subduing, there are restraints like handcuffs, shackles, and hogties, and ropes. For punishment, there are ticklers, whips, paddles, and floggers. If you want to amplify your submissive’s sensations, you can also hinder some of their senses; eye masks for eyes, while ball gags for their mouths.

You also need to consider your skill level when purchasing BDSM toys. Though most kinky toys in the shop are designed for beginners, some love toys, such as butterfly nipple clamps or bullwhips, are made for experienced couples.

There are simply so many gears you can try to make your play even more thrilling. Make sure you do your proper research before buying one— enjoy shopping at our BDSM Shop!

Care & Maintenance

For restrainers, detach the chains from the cuffs (if possible). If the cuffs are made with leather, clean them by wiping them with a damp, soapy cloth or leather cleaner. Never soak the leather cuffs on water. Let it air dry; never dry it with direct sunlight. As for velcro cuffs, you can gently hand wash them. For the chains, you can wash them with warm water and soap or sex toy cleaner; this is available in our BDSM Shop.

For whips, paddles, ticklers, and nipple clamps, wipe the dirt with a damp or soapy towel. For BDSM ropes, you can generally clean them with water and soap. However, we highly suggest researching more as different types of ropes require specific cleaning processes.

As for penetrative BDSM toys, such as dildos, butt plugs, or strap ons, you can clean them with warm water and soap or with a sex toy cleaner. If your BDSM toy has vibrating features, check if the toy is waterproof before soaking it in water. If not, just wipe it with a damp or soapy towel.

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