Communication With Your Partner and the Act of Sexual Degradation

Communication With Your Partner and the Act of Sexual Degradation

If you’re familiar with the writings of the Marquis de Sade, then you might have stumbled across two of his books, Justine, or The Misfortunes of Virtue, and Juliette, or Vice Amply Rewarded. While these texts firmly illustrate a subversive commentary on the folly of Christianity in 18th Century France, they also establish the archetypes that are involved in the practice of sadomasochism; the one who is punished and the one who holds the whip. 

This practice can be rather exciting between two consenting adults, assuming the roles of master and servant can thrill, excite, and make any encounter in the bedroom a steamy affair not soon forgotten. While consent is the most important aspect in this situation, communication is what begins the assignment of the roles in question. Today, we’re here to explore the proper way to communicate the desire to fill the role of the submissive end. 

Discover Your Turn Ons 

While you probably already have a decent grasp on what excites your libido, assuming the role of a dominant or submissive might not be in the cards for you. Can you assert control in a situation? Are you willing to give up your will and surrender it to another person? There’s a lot to think about. 

Know Your Partner 

Aside from consent and communication, knowing who you’re entering a master/sub relationship with is just as important. Before anything happens, trust needs to be established first. Especially if you’re the one who’s going to be degraded and placed upon the receiving end. 

Communicate Concerns & Don’t Panic 

It’s normal to feel a little apprehensive or nervous the first time. You’re allowed to feel this way. Talk to your partner and be sure to communicate any apprehension or feelings of nervousness. Communication is absolutely important before anything in the bedroom occurs. Set limitations, and be sure to tell them how far is too far. Respect has to be maintained, both in the bedroom and anywhere else where the two of you might take matters of the flesh. 

It’s important to keep the lines of communication open–this way there’s always a reinforcement of consent, and the two of you can have a running dialogue of where it’s acceptable to take things, and when. 

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