Erotic breath play

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Warning: Neither the writer, nor Big Easy Magazine directly endorse the sexual practice of breathplay, erotic asphyxiation, or especially auto-erotic asphyxiation. Consult a medical professional before trying any of these practices. The author completely discourages most forms of auto-erotic asphyxiation.

For more details, continue reading the article. Before any play, consider talking to someone more experienced in this subject. The shortest answer is that breathplay, which can involve either a couple or more people involved, or be done individually as auto-erotic asphyxiation, is, in short, the withholding of oxygen to achieve an effect. For some people this effect is orgasmic. For various reasons. Some people find it achieves a higher level of orgasmic satisfaction for the person experiencing having their oxygen withheld.

A lot of times people will engage in it to achieve sexual arousal, with that restriction of breathing. Sometimes that can heighten the sexual arousal experience, or even heighten the orgasm they might experience as well. A bit of euphoria. But that has risks with it. But before that, she lived a wildly polyamorous lifestyle. I also feel very close to that person if she chooses to smother me with her ass. Part of the thrill is the clash of something that is seemingly degrading with someone who is both beautiful and trusted. It is a type of power exchange that shows extreme trust.

There is something incredibly intimate about the trust between two people. On a visceral level, the sound of struggle is exhilarating. The lovely gasp for air when you let them breathe again is delicious. While… engaged… the effects of breath play are amazing. Which was exhilarating. I want to play more on that front because it truly felt like I was transported to a different dimension. There are different methods used in breathplay.

For other people I interviewed, it was done with smothering, in one case with the ass of one of the partners. I had known him for a while prior to us ever doing it. Along with his partner at the time. After I was floating in subspace, he laid me down and put his hands on my neck. He put pressure on my neck to where my breathing was restricted.

He gradually applied more pressure, but I always could breathe, even if it was restricted. The restricted airflow sent me deeper into subspace. I was floating, relaxed, breathing when he let me. We had discussed this as a possibility before it ever happened and knew that three taps meant I needed a breath. We decided to try a ring gag. I learned that you need to… try things on first. I put the gag on her and the first thrust, I find that my girth exceeds the diameter of the ring and I get it stuck on the base.

So, this thing is strapped to her head with me stuck in it and down her throat. She starts struggling as I am trying to unstrap it. Once I get it off her, we dissolve into a minute fit of giggles. That is why RACK Risk-Aware Consensual Kink, a way of being informed, aware, and consenting to a particular practice is so important… there are risks… and you have to play accordingly. He had planned a scene that we were going to do in a few days and wanted to see if this was something he could include. ly I would always tap out when I felt close to passing out. As far as losing consciousness goes, it was a pretty smooth transition out.

Almost like really aggressive music. Like I said, it seemed like going to a different dimension. According to my partner, I twitched very violently before he woke me up again. After regaining consciousness and control of my limbs I felt very giddy. It depends.

Without another person around to check on you, you could in fact accidentally kill yourself. The second most dangerous practice is strangulation. Blood flow and oxygen deprivation are also at issue and damage to cartilage can occur. two, you need to know your body. You need to know when you need to tap out, which I always had the option to do. There are too many things that could go wrong. I recommend another person aside from you and your partner. Breathplay is dangerous.

People die—infrequently of course, but it happens. I can tell you that most of the injury and mortality associated with breathplay, is self-induced breathplay. So those are the organs that use the most oxygen in your body. The safest breathplay, according to her would be where you simply try to stop yourself breathing—in this case, at the command of a dominant. This is one of the many ways I can use my sex life to heal from past trauma…through discussing them with partners and using sex to heal I have grown as a person and in my ability to be empathetic. Try to find someone who has experience with it, preferably someone reputable in the community.

Do some real research and take your time. This play is extremely dangerous, and you should never feel complacent engaging in this practice. Michael David Raso has worked as a writer, editor, and journalist for several different publications since graduating from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. If you like this piece, you can of his work here. Covid is challenging the way we conduct business.

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