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When considering the connotations of both words, both are typically seen as diverging from conventional societal norms. In recent years though, we have fortunately seen the world become more sex-positive. Yet, not every fetish or fetishes that a person has is understood by the general population. This is partly due to many subcultures that can branch from a single fetish or kink, leaving outsiders uncertain of what it entails. Fire play is, literally, playing with fire as a subculture of BDSM.
There are varying degrees of fire play, many of which involve setting fire against the skin in different ways. This can be an extremely dangerous practice and should only be done by those with experience. Typically, fire play does not involve igniting a person on fire as a spur of the moment decision, without any thorough planning in place beforehand.
However, there usually are no marks left on the body, unless done with intention. In those situations, it may be in the form of a brand. Before talking to your partner about your kink — or your willingness to try using fire as a part of sexual play — keep in mind that not everyone will feel comfortable playing with fire, whether on the giving or receiving end of it.
If they refuse, you must not push the matter.
Like any sexual activity, consent is vital and should never be challenged. That said, when fire play kink about it, be sure to be open and honest, describing precisely what you would be interested in doing with them. With plenty of room for moving around and spreading out, find a non-flammable space to play. You can also try fire cupping, which is similar to that used in Asian alternative medicine, or bouncing, which incorporates fire batons. Keep in mind that a session will often last around fifteen minutes.
There are many risks to consider before playing with fire. In addition to only using a barbeque lighter avoiding open flames and having a third person stand by if something goes wrong, you should also have a fire extinguisher or fire blanket on hand and a phone in case you need to call Avoid synthetic fibre clothing or any clothing at allhair products, and tie back long hair from the face.
Of course, everything should be done in a non-flammable environment. If you can, connect with someone who has experience spotting to stand by while you and your partner play and to ensure that you are doing everything as safely as possible. You can look for nearby spotters by connecting to someone at a local sex club or BDSM dungeon — some even offer classes to learn how to perform fire play safely.
Now that you have read this, we hope you have a deeper understanding of what fire play is, in the context of BDSM.
The next time the topic comes up in conversation, we hope you will feel comfortable speaking about it. Have you ever incorporated fire play into your BDSM routine before, with a barbeque lighter or something riskier?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
Fetish Friday: Fire Play. What is fire play? Common misconceptions Typically, fire play does not involve igniting a person on fire as a spur of the moment decision, without any thorough planning in place beforehand.
How to talk about it with your partner.
Things to try With plenty of room for moving around and spreading out, find a non-flammable space to play. Are there risks to consider? How can I learn more? Between Our Thighs.Fire play kink
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