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What are whips?

Whips are similar to paddles in such a way that they’re also used in impact play. But compared to paddles, whips are thin and send quick and sure hits on the targeted skin. It has a flexible end that you lash at exposed skin to instill fear and discipline to the sub. At the same time, the whip can leave a “sting” that can bring out trepidation and excitement on the sub. Depending on how you use it, it’s a great addition to an advanced level of BDSM play.

How to use whips safely?

To engage in impact play safely you have to communicate thoroughly. This means you talk effectively before, during and after the role play. Talk about the parts that’s going to get hit. Make sure that the parts to be hit are parts of the body protected by fat or muscle (like the butt or thighs). Talk about the pain threshold of the sub. How much pain and hits can they take? Be sure to take note of that and be sure to respect each other’s boundaries. If you’re new to whip play, it’s a good idea to practice the whip first on a pillow or start slow when you’re using the whip with your partner.

How to choose whips?

If you’re a complete beginner in BDSM, which means you have no idea what BDSM is and how to do it properly, whips aren’t really advisable for you. They can be dangerous and risky. You can injure your partner if you have no idea what you’re doing. However, if you’re somehow of a seasoned player, it will depend on your style and the sub’s pain threshold. There are light impact whips that you can use if you’re starting out on whip play. There are also whips called “riding crops” which have more surface area at the tip than a whip. This type will hurt less upon impact than real whips. There are so many options to choose from. It is important to talk thoroughly and to do your research properly before buying one.
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