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Gregory Seliverstov
Gregory Seliverstov

Getting Off In Bondage

While 50 Shades of Grey has brought BDSM into the mainstream, many couples regularly practice the lifestyle, which refers to sex practices including domination, bondage and sadomasochism. But is it healthy to add a little spanking and submission into your sex life?

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According to estimates in 2022, around one-fifth of all people in forced labour exploitation in the private economy are in situations of debt bondage. Thankfully, Puspal managed to leave her employer thanks to the support her family received from our project partners.

In many cases, people who experience debt bondage work far more, and for far longer, than it should take to pay off their loans, working tirelessly without seeing an end to their debt. Recent data shows that the initial months of the Covid-19 pandemic resulted in a rise in reports of debt bondage, as many workers were unable to borrow money through formal channels.

In the private sector, unscrupulous labour brokers and recruitment agencies can trap people in debt bondage. Some charge steep recruitment fees to workers, which can include payment to secure a job or to pay for training and insurance. These fees can lead to debt bondage, leaving workers toiling for little or no pay until the debt is repaid. Migrant workers are particularly vulnerable to this form of exploitation, for example if they are dependent on recruiting agencies.

Many people in debt bondage have their passports and other ID documents seized by their employers, leaving the workers unable to leave or in living in fear of being criminalised. Some victims of debt bondage face threats, intimidation and violence from the people that exploit them.

Over the last few months I have had a couple of relationships but none of them fulfilled my sexual needs, but the worrying thing is I had no idea why, I didn't understand it, it wasn't like they were the problem or anything they knew what they were doing and it felt great, I just didn't get that excited by it. This is when I started to watch more porn and while doing so I saw one in the bondage category and gave it a watch. It was a woman being tied up and then whipped and fucked in a few different positions, and although I wouldn't admit it at the time I got more turned on by it than I had over the last few months.

I started to only watch bondage porn when I was wanting some "fun" and then I had a thought one night about how it might be something I need to experience and maybe that was what I needed to get excited during sex again, but its not something you can try with someone new, they could take advantage, or I felt I would struggle to bring it up with a lover after a while because they might find it weird or not be into it. That's when I started to search the internet.

I had been looking on the internet for the last week to see if I could find out how to get a taster of bondage in a safe environment. I wasn't sure I would enjoy doing the bondage, all I knew was that it turned me on more than anything else when I was watching it, and that I was picturing myself in the tied up girls place.

I wrote that I wanted to try bondage with spanking and whipping, getting fucked hard in a few different positions but that anal wasn't to be included as I have never tried it. I wanted 1 male to participate and possibly a female but I wasn't sure if I would like to try that. I didn't want any recording or pictures and then put in my info. I sent it off looked at the clock and it was only 5:15pm. I started to think about what to do for the rest of the night. I ended up deciding to work on the built up desires I had after writing the form out and thinking about what I was going to be getting up to

After getting cleaned up I made myself some dinner and sat down to watch TV for the next few hours although I couldn't quite get my little fantasy out of my head completely. After watching my third Big Bang in a row I decided that I would call Amy and get something set up.

After a quite brief discussion I had a hour booked in a weeks time, I was getting picked up and dropped off which I ended up getting free, but I was definitely paying for the other services as my credit card would prove at the end of the month. I had gone for just a single male with multiple sex positions being tied up or cuffed at all times with some whipping and hard fucking, but no anal. Just being on the phone sorting it all out got me wet and worked up again I had to have round two of the night with my vibrator.

The next day I woke up decided on what to wear, both for work and that night, had a shower, got changed and did my make up and went to work. Once at work I did everything I needed to do and more trying to keep my mind off the night ahead to try and get the day to go faster, I knew if I started to think about what I was going to be getting up to later I wouldn't get anymore work done and the day would drag.

When I was fully off the floor Master reach for a crop. He then started to hit my tits with it over and over. I tried my best to keep quiet but after a few hits I couldn't any longer and I kept moaning and letting out a small squeak, and I realised that because I was quiet trying to impress him Master was only getting harder and harder with the crop. After a while he started lightly slapping my pussy with the crop.

He then started to slap my pussy harder and harder I was giving small but loud screams every time but he just kept getting harder and harder. I lost track of exactly what was happening and then it happened something I wasn't expecting and I couldn't stop it. I came.

While people often use the terms "fetish" and "kink" interchangeably, a kink means an activity or behavior that someone enjoys that exists outside the "norm" of "traditional" sex, such as incorporating handcuffs or even balloons. Think of the differences this way: If someone's kink is bondage, they probably get incredibly excited when they're tied up. If someone has a bondage fetish, their entire sexuality may revolve around restraint. (There's also the category of turn-ons: things that simply arouse a person.)

Group sex is getting it on with more than one person. If you've ever swiped on Tinder, you're likely aware that many couples are searching for a third, although group sex can mean more than just a threesome. An orgy is when a group of people of all genders have sex, while a "gang bang" typically refers to one person having sex with more than two members of another gender (while the term can have violent connotations, it's also used in the kink community to refer to consensual scenarios).

Erotic humiliation lets you reclaim embarrassment by getting off on it. "Humiliation play is a consensual power exchange that is a very typical fetish. It can help people heal parts of the self that may have been bullied as a child. There's a sense of mastery over something that may have previously been non-consensual," says Renye.

Vorarephilia is the infamous cannibal kink. It means getting turned on by fantasies of eating someone, and the subject has made headlines this year due to the sexual assault allegations against actor Armie Hammer.

If you've ever hooked up with a stranger, perhaps even before getting their name, congrats, you've tried stranger play. "Stranger play is one of my favorites! When I was younger, I convinced myself that women found me attractive more for my personality than my body. So, a total stranger who doesn't 'know' me engaging in a specific sexual scene is really affirming," says Billy Procida, host of The Manwhore Podcast.

BDSM is a variety of often erotic practices or roleplaying involving bondage, discipline, dominance and submission, sadomasochism, and other related interpersonal dynamics. Given the wide range of practices, some of which may be engaged in by people who do not consider themselves to be practising BDSM, inclusion in the BDSM community or subculture often is said to depend on self-identification and shared experience.

BDSM play is usually structured such that it is possible for the consenting partner to withdraw their consent at any point during a scene;[9] for example, by using a safeword that was agreed on in advance.[10][11] Use of the agreed safeword (or occasionally a "safe symbol" such as dropping a ball or ringing a bell, especially when speech is restricted) is seen by some as an explicit withdrawal of consent. Failure to honor a safeword is considered serious misconduct and could constitute a crime, depending on the relevant law,[10] since the bottom or top has explicitly revoked their consent to any actions that follow the use of the safeword. For other scenes, particularly in established relationships, a safeword may be agreed to signify a warning ("this is getting too intense") rather than explicit withdrawal of consent; and a few choose not to use a safeword at all.

The term bondage describes the practice of physical restraint. Bondage is usually, but not always, a sexual practice.[14] While bondage is a very popular variation within the larger field of BDSM, it is nevertheless sometimes differentiated from the rest of this field.[15] A 2015 study of over 1,000 Canadians showed that about half of all men held fantasies of bondage, and almost half of all women did as well.[16] In a strict sense, bondage means binding the partner by tying their appendages together; for example, by the use of handcuffs or ropes, or by lashing their arms to an object. Bondage can also be achieved by spreading the appendages and fastening them with chains or ropes to a St. Andrew's cross or spreader bars.[17]

A professional dominatrix or professional dominant, often referred to within the culture as a pro-dom(me), offers services encompassing the range of bondage, discipline, and dominance in exchange for money. The term dominatrix is little-used within the non-professional BDSM scene. A non-professional dominant woman is more commonly referred to simply as a domme, dominant, or femdom (short for female dominance). Professional submissives ("pro-subs"), although far more rare, do exist.[62] A professional submissive consents to their client's dominant behavior within negotiated limits, and often works within a professional dungeon. Most of the people who work as subs normally have tendencies towards such activities, especially when sadomasochism is involved.[citation needed] Males also work as professional "tops" in BDSM, and are called masters or doms. However, it is much rarer to find a male in this profession.[citation needed] 041b061a72


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