Breath-play involves the restriction of oxygen to increase erotic play or to intensify an orgasm or sexual experience. This can either be achieved through solo-play autoerotic asphyxiation or through partner play, in which the submissive is the one who's airflow is restricted. There are a variety of ways in which people accomplish this: breath-holding, nose-pinching, Kinging or Queening smothering the face of a partner with the genitals of the othergas-masks or hoods usually latex gimp or slave hoodsbags or plastic wrap, re-breather bladders, choking or hanging, compression on chest corsetingpressure on the trachea or around the neck or pressure on the carotid artery.
One of the common questions I'm asked, both as a woman and the Playboy Advisor, goes something like this: "My girlfriend is into choking. Choking is an easy way to have fun and explore with a partner, but there is definitely a safe way and a dangerous way to choke. Whatever you do, do not put pressure on the trachea.
Today we learned that 22 -year-old Anna Florence Reed died on holiday with her boyfriend. She is the twenty-second UK woman to die in a so-called sex game gone wrong in the past 10 years. The details of this case are for the jury at the trial, not for us to speculate on.
This type of sexual activity involves intentionally cutting off the air supply for you or your partner with choking, suffocating, and other acts. People who are into breath play say it can heighten sexual arousal and make orgasms more intense. Still, this activity is an increasingly recognized kink, and steps can be taken to make it somewhat safer for the curious.
He seemed like such a nice boy. There had always been a subtle flirtation between her and the dapper, bearded year-old with the wicked sense of humour. One night he walked her home from their local dive bar.
As many enterprising people with clitorises know, there are various things you can try to have a better orgasm—and twice as many that will get in the way of it happening at all. Even if you're a pro at the O, experts say you might be hampering your climaxes without realizing it. To determine whether you fall into that camp, mentally transport yourself to those moments when you realize, oh yes, you're about to orgasmthere's absolutely no going back.
Erotic asphyxiation variously called asphyxiophiliahypoxyphilia or breath control play is the intentional restriction of oxygen to the brain for the purposes of sexual arousal. The term autoerotic asphyxiation is used when the act is done by a person to themselves. Colloquially, a person engaging in the activity is sometimes called a gasper.
October 04, Erotic asphyxiation is the practice of intentionally restricting the flow of oxygen to the brain, for the purposes of heightening sexual arousal. Most of us know this as choking.
By on March 21, Within the vast selection of BDSM activities not one is as dangerous as breath play. To be quite blunt there is NO safe way to participate in breath play.