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Kinky Sex Terminology Queer People Should Know About

Kinky Sex Terminology Queer People Should Know About

So you are confident you know all the terms related to the kink world? We have come across many ‘kink’ phrases that blew our minds; and we believe every queer person walking this planet should know them.

Read on to check if you’d pass or fail this kink terminology test!

S&M or S/M:

S/M stands for sadism and masochism. When inflicting pain on others starts to sexually arouse you, you will be categorized under the ‘sadism’ umbrella. And masochism is nothing but sexual arousal because of enduring painful sensory stimulation. To put it in very simple terms, men who enjoy flogging their partners are called as sadists. Men who enjoy getting it are masochists.

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FF:

Also called as fisting, fist fucking is slowly stretching the anus open with fingers; until your hand is pushed in. With the right amount of practice, men who give fists, fisters, and men who receive them, fistees, can go all the way till the elbow. Shoulders and double fisting is also possible with proper skills.

Remember, if you’re a beginner, fisting is not for you. It can cause serious injuries if done in the wrong way. However, if this is something you really really want to try, then go slow and use loads of lube. There is no such thing as ‘too much lube’ in this act.

Sure, it does sound quite extreme. But fisting is one of the most intense and erotic sexual experiences one can have with their partner. Fisting produces the best orgasm of your life, when executed correctly.

Electrical Play:

Commonly known as e-stim, this sexual practice involves making use of electric shock & electrodes while BDSM acts. Yet another kink which is a big NO for beginners. If your partner is well versed with the act, then sure, go for it. Use only professionally created electrical units.

Puppy Play:

This is one scene in the world of BDSM which is gaining fame rapidly. Falling under the category of Animal Play or Animal Training – in Puppy Play, submissives behave like animals. Along with this, kitty play and pony play fall under this umbrella.

The dominant in Puppy Play goes by Handler or Owner, while the subs are called the ‘pup’. As the name suggests, during this act, subs behave like dogs. They walk on all fours, bark, and come when called. The last part is only when they’re feeling obedient. The handlers give their pups ‘treats’, and ‘discipline’ them whenever they misbehave. The treats are mostly sexual (obviously).

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There is no standard rule book to follow when it comes to executing Puppy Play. However, the handlers and pups agree that the dynamic is very playful and relaxed.

Candle Play:

Although it’s not a scene of its own, we’ve seen it in our fair share of shows, movies where a sadistic partner dripped hot wax on their submissives. These people are exclusively into creating painful, pleasurable sensations which doesn’t leave behind long lasting marks and damage. However, candles are used with S&M scenes in BDSM acts.

Interrogation:

Many people get aroused while watching hot scenes in war movies, spy shows; where the victim is blindfolded, kidnapped, tied to a chair (or a bed) and interrogated. Some people do not outright agree that it arouses them.

But, it’s not a shocking revelation that interrogation has risen into a popular scene in BDSM. This is also one of the acts which requires considerable amount of creativity, role play and imagination. Every kink, especially this one, is consensual. Long, intense interrogation scenes are only erotic pretend games where both Doms and Subs get equal pleasure.

Mummification:

In this form of bondage, the whole body is wrapped up in plastic wrap – or any similar material. Mummification is absolutely immobilizing, hence it is not for people who just started to dip their toe in the kink waters.

Age Play:

This is a broader phrase, where the submissive is acting younger than their actual age. It may also involve them pretending to a “baby”. In age play, fetishes of children toys and diapers are also incorporated.

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