How to Get Started With Needle Play

How to Get Started With Needle Play

We all have heard or seen someone in our life who has a thing or two for tattoos. The desire they find in being under the needle, the play of words on their skin provided by their run-ins with the needle play. This needle play doesn’t end the boundaries there. It limits itself far beyond that lovely tattoo to our bedroom fulfilling our desires. BDSM needle play is very popular among individuals looking to crank up their desires by a few degrees. So, what are the basics of a BDSM needle play?  

In needle play BDSM, the active participants are usually a dominant or a sadist and a masochist or a sub going under the BDSM needle. If you’re wondering about how pleasures are driven by a pain game involving a needle BDSM encounters, it is scientifically concluded that BDSM needle play does provide pleasure. 

Once you partake in a needle play, particularly if you are a sub, there are a few procedures that take place in the body. Once the skin gets pierced, and this holds the same for tattoo lovers, the brain receives signals that the body is getting damaged, as a form of the protective layer, the brain releases endorphins. This endorphin results in a series of rushes and sensations of being dizzy or high, or a whole stream of adrenaline that makes the entire BDSM needle play an extremely pleasurable event.        

The needle plays BDSM can be extremely kinky if you and your partner are experienced enough to handle the stuff that needs to be taken care of even at the depth of your pleasure. If you’re new to needle play, I must write down a few notes before you get started on the fun entanglements of a BDSM needle.

Protocols Involving a BDSM Needle Play

Protocols Involving a BDSM Needle

The first thing that one must always follow as a sort of protocol is to have the two must. Similar to anything that is going to pierce your body, a proper trusted source of supply, and clean hygienic practice. There is the other obvious stuff. Complete faith in your partner, and total consent before you form any engagement in needle play BDSM. 

The other factors include the risk of bloodborne diseases. Bloodborne diseases can be serious, including that HIV Hepatitis B, or Hepatitis C. When HIV first started to spread in the 90s in America a lot of the hetero population got infected through the use of needles. Drug addicts too fell in a similar line. BDSM needle play deals with very similar types of rules. This generally occurs from an exchange of blood between the partners involved in needle play BDSM, when there is a lack of proper maintenance and a lack of sterile needles that are going to be used.    

The safety is probably before you engage in play with someone new. So, discuss their diseases and the chance of contamination. And by chance, if you do get infected by any blood-borne disease, get checked and seek medical help. I know very unsexy talk right? But probably necessary isn’t it? 

Chances of infection during needle play generally depend on your immune system. The more healthy individual you’re the less likely there will be likely complications. Pre-existing diseases as I wrote before also pose a greater threat to infections in BDSM needle play. 

If you or your partner is suddenly experiencing a panic attack in between a session of BDSM play, just stop. This involves the comfort of both you and your partner.

There is also an increased chance of infection if you’re into the habit of piercing than rounding the needle once it is inside the skin. A very common practice in any session of needle play is BDSM, but the risk is there. Just do that in moderation, I say.

What are the Must Haves For Needle Play?

Get Started With Needle Play

Needle BDSM is quite fun. I will bet good money if you’re still reading this that you’re quite intrigued or you know everything about a BDSM needle, what it involves and you’re just having a laugh. For the first-timers of Needle Play, here is a list of things to make life easier:  

  • Use sterile injections.
  • Rub the area with an antiseptic, and a clean piece of cloth after every session of your play. 
  • If the wound seems to be deep, and the blood doesn’t stop, tie a clean bandage. If you feel pain even after a few days since your last engagement, chances are the area is infected. 
  • Use medical gloves every time you are engaging with your partner involving the play. Don’t use gloves of latex materials and keep loads of players. Remember in a session of play, if one of your gloves didn’t get torn you didn’t do it right.  
  • Throw the gloves away, in a safe place. And a new one should be used before another round of the needle BDSM action. The gloves will also protect a certain degree of contamination if a needlestick is used. 
  • Also, remember the more the injection is touched the more the chances of the injection becoming contaminated. 
  • Throwing the needles away safely is also important, vital and empathetic. So that someone else might not get affected, using a safe bin is recommended after every session of needle play. 

Some Last Thoughts

So happy, BDSM needle play guys, just remember when you’re partaking in BDSM needle the playing area must be clean and away from any chance of contamination. One should also consider the mental health of their playing partner. Preparations if there is a chance of a fit or a panic attack if things go awry while you’re in between a BDSM needle action. Make sure there is a phone by the sight and the places to go where you can get help.

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