Oct 3rd, 2015 by admin
Interested in BDSM? How to Play with a Male Partner
Bondage sex has gotten a lot of attention in the mainstream media thanks to several big name films that have come out in the last 10 years. That’s gotten many people more interested in the fantasy and considering experimenting with the idea of adding bondage to their role play or sex lives.
However, not every couple wants to play out the man dominating woman scenario. Sometimes couples want the male to be submissive instead of the women, and there’s nothing wrong with that. It also works for same sex couples. Most people just don’t know where to start!
Use this guide to help you learn more about BDSM sex and how you can dominate a male partner so you both enjoy the experience.
Keep Lubricant On Hand
Many people who fantasize about bondage sex and submissive men think about anal play, and that can be fun for both partners. However, the fact is that many men have never really had much experience with this type of anal sex. For that reason, you’ll want to keep a lot of lubricant on hand and go very slow when you start playing with toys.
When you first start out you’re going to want to pick out toys like small anal beads or small anal plugs before you graduate to dildos. That way your partner will feel comfortable and won’t associate that type of anal play with any pain.
If it hurts him it isn’t going to be much fun for either of you since you’ll have to stop and start all over again.
Use Cock Rings
Cock rings are a sort of ubiquitous sex toy that a lot of men who have experimented with toys and sex before have worn. Many men even own cock rings that they regularly wear, or they use the silicone type that’s more disposable.
When you’re trying to control a partner in bed in a fun way, you might want to step up to something a little bit more interesting and appealing like aluminum cock rings. An aluminum cock ring tends to look much nicer than a silicone or rubber one, and most men find them comfortable for longer wear than the other types.
Buying an aluminum cock ring can be tricky though, so make sure you test the right size with a cheaper plastic or silicone version before you order.