Sexual Objectification & BDSM

Sexual Objectification & BDSM

Come to think of it and almost anything under the sky could be a Sexual fetish for someone. It is a free world and people are allowed to do whatever they want. They can get turned on by whatever they like and explore all of it unabashedly. Really, there’s nothing stopping you once you get over the societal inhibitions around kinks and fetishes. From something as out of the box as Diapers to something borderline problematic like Humiliation and Sexual Objectification, could be a Stimulant for you, and it’s almost involuntary. Dorn the non-judgemental cap all you want. But when you come across something against your belief system being a turn on for a partner, all of it becomes a sham.

Sexual Objectification is a very touchy topic to tread upon as Objectification of women is widely spoken about and discouraged. It’s literally walking on eggshells and crossing the border over to the list of Sexual desires getting a free pass for any kind of behavior. But is it justified and no more problematic when there is ‘Consensual’ Sexual Objectification? Let’s find out more about it and try to view it objectively as a kink.

Sexual Objectification as a Kink

As we know, BDSM has a strong power dynamic in play where one of the partner assumes the Dominant role and the other takes the Submissive as they indulge sexually, exploring their preferred scenes. All of it being consented and pre-discussed. The Submissive partner deliberately hands over the reins in the hands of the Dominant partner and asks them to take charge of where the scene goes. Obviously, they derive pleasure from their respective roles as Submissive as well as Dominant. 

Sexual Objectification as a Kink

In the quest for pleasure and intensity, the Submissive counterpart almost becomes an object of desire. Also, there is a slight sense of Humiliation Play in BDSM. For the Subs who consent to it and find it sexually stimulating, Humiliation and Sexual Objectification becomes a kink. Some argue that this Power Play is more symbolic than actual but there is a strong counter-argument as well, as they say that being deprived of your existence as a Human and being reduced to a Sexual Object even as part of BDSM play roots from psychological trauma. For all we know, there could be an ounce of truth in it but we try to accept all Sexual kinks with a pinch of salt.

There can be people who strongly believe against Objectification but when there is a Sexual context to it, it becomes acceptable or desirable even. Objectification BDSM is a more mental than physical play as it is linked to words or actions of the Dom and the way they make you feel degraded and deprived. This feeling usually incites pleasure. Sexual Objectification play ranges from just being called words to being used as a Slave or an inanimate object. Let’s delve into the activities of Objectification BDSM.

Activities in Sexual Objectification BDSM

From a Dominant\Submissive point of view and the assumption that there are pre-set SafeWords, Consensually pleasurable and Pre-negotiated by both the parties, we have compiled a list of activities used by people as part of BDSM Objectification.

Words as a tool to Sexual Objectification

The easiest verbal mode of Sexual Objectification is using language and terms for submissive. These terms make the Sub feel small, degraded and humiliated. To make them feel that their ‘self’ doesn’t matter and in that moment, they are nothing but a Sex Object, a Toy or a Cum Dumpster. A sense of non-acknowledgement is what turns on the Sub as well as the Dom while indulging in Sexual Objectification BDSM. Even making the Sub admit that they are nothing more than an object, puts more control in the hands of the Dom and takes it up a notch. Some Submissive partners with Body image issues confess that it actually works well for them. This is because they feel being used as a Sex object makes their body desirable. However messed up, it is what it is.

Human Sex Doll

Human Sex Doll

As the name suggests, this part of BDSM Objectification makes submissive a human doll. The Submissive partner becomes a Living Sex Toy for the Dom. It makes them have total control over this object of desire. Of course, during this time the dominant needs to understand that the Hard and Soft boundaries are off limits. Other than that, it is quite an easy method to ensure maximum fun especially for beginners. Usually it is also paired with Forced Accessibility. It is already decided that the Submissive must be available for BDSM play for that particular time. No question asked! This strips them off of control and escalated the Sexual Objectification play.

Caging

Putting a submissive in a cage can also have the animalization effect to Objectification BDSM. This can be a little high maintenance as to getting a Cage and using to for Sexual Objectification. But it does have it’s kinky fun to it. Be sure of the physical and mental effects long periods of caging could have on the Sub. Also, take caution accordingly. Here is where the Safe Words come handy if the Submissive feels discomfort. They can signal about the things they don’t like and call the Objectification BDSM off.

Forniphilia

Using the Sub as a furniture by tying them up or adjusting them in positions is Forniphilia. This is another way to impose authority by reducing them to a footstool or a piece of furniture which can go as wild as a toilet seat for those who are into it. It is also common to demand the Sub to be on all fours and use them as a table for quite a few BDSM couples who try Sexual Objectification as a kink. This covers the inanimate object aspect of Objectification BDSM. Remember they are not bound in a particular position for a longer time. 

Hood Play

Hood Play as sexual objectification

Using a hood to hide the face of the Submissive partner in BDSM play is Hood Play. This sends the message that the Sub is a mere Sex object. It reduces to their Sexual Parts and nothing else about them matters. This direct facelessness by using a Hood is quite safe and effective. But remember that there is enough breathing space for your object as they are human. 

Conclusion

According to us, having Sexual Objectification without a BDSM context or a kink is absolutely unacceptable and problematic. This is because the notion of feeling that Sexual Objectification of Women or any other gender is okay, is not okay. It takes us back many steps in progressive development of our brain. As far as there is a strong and clear compartmentalization, it is ofcourse your personal decision to indulge and explore Sexual Objectification as a kink. Maybe it’s your thing and you derive incessant pleasure from it. Try it out with your partner and tell us how it went!

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