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So, choking. The word itself brings to mind a catastrophe—you choke on a piece of food and almost die, a la Mrs Doubtfire. Not uncommon at all! Choking during sex is also known more pleasantly as breath play, or erotic asphyxiation.
For some, the feeling of giving up control to a partner is exhilarating, and the vulnerability of being choked—recontextualizing an aggressive act as an intimate, erotic one—can be mind-blowing. When the pressure lifts, the rush of endorphins can make you feel giddy, lightheaded and result in a more intense orgasm.
For the person doing the choking, the trust given by their partner can feel like an honor, and the anticipation and heightened sense of responsibility is similarly very sexy. As a further disclaimer : When it comes to choking, even experienced BDSM practitioners have misgivings, for good reason—this safe breathplay can result in permanent harm or death. We at Nox think knowledge is power, trust and consent are key, and a light touch is your safest bet. A certified sex therapist can make a referral, or a practicing dominatrix who sees couples.
Before engaging in breath play, you and your partner need to have a talk. From acceptable techniques to limits, safe words, sounds and gestures, this is not something you can do without talking first.
Never use drugs or alcohol before engaging in this type of play. Start by letting your partner place hands gently on your shoulders, chest and neck, applying pressure gradually. Focus on the area in a gentle, nonthreatening way, building up to the moment. There are ways to engage in breath play without choking, like placing a hand over the mouth, but leaving the nose unobstructed to breathe.
This gives a similar thrill, without getting into dangerous territory. If you crave something more aggressive, ask your partner to hold you from behind with one arm around your chest and shoulders. If it has to be the neck, how about your safe breathplay holding your neck firmly from behind?
If you're going to engage in choking, always place your hands on the side of the neck, not the front. This is a crucial point — you should never, ever put pressure on the trachea. Remember that the carotid arteries are located in the sides of the neck,and these supply blood to your brain. Caution should be exercised here too. Since breath play may render you unable to say a safe word, make sure to agree on a gesture beforehand.
Like any other form of kink, advanced or for beginners, breath play requires trust and maturity from both partners, and what you like in the sack does not make you a bad person, as long as you're playing responsibly. If you're into learning about different kinks, we've covered group sexbondageusing a ' yes, no, maybe' listpain as pleasure, dirty talk and more.
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