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Knife play is form of consensual BDSM edgeplay involving knives, daggers, and swords as a source of physical and mental stimulation. Knives are typically used to cut away clothing, scratch the skin, remove wax after wax knife play sex, or simply provide sensual stimulation. Knife play can also be a form of temperature play or body modification.
Knife play is sometimes, but not always, a form of fear play. This is a form of fear play, yet it still maintains some degree of safety. For some, knifeplay can be highly erotic, as the physical and psychological reactions can be intense. It is also an activity that takes a great amount of care to learn properly. As with any sort of edge play that can potentially draw blood, there is the risk of passing diseases along. Also, there is the risk of cutting the wrong spot and causing excessive blood loss, or accidental stabbing. I have only one experience with knife play. Back on one of our play dates, Master R introduced me to it.
He was kind enough to give me that experience. As the knife ran over my skin, I did not feel fear. I knew I was safe. The blade scratched my skin, almost to the point where I wanted to pull away from the burning feeling. But I liked it too much. I wanted more. At times it almost felt as if my skin broke, as if the blade had drawn some blood. Did this scare me? Not at all. Do I want to be cut? Not particularly, but if it happens because of frequently scratching the same part of skin over and over, I would not mind.
All too soon this one experience of knife play came to an end and I had only the photos to remind me of those feelings. Would I want to experience knife play again? I would love for Master T to handle the knife, to scratch patterns on my back, to make me stay still for Him to continue knife play sex after I have had enough. I would love for Him to leave marks on my back or other body parts which will stay there for hours. Since knife play is potentially dangerous, it is important to educate yourself before you engage in this activity.
There are different techniques, which I found on a site that also have more information on knife play, such as safety issues, how to choose a knife and caring for the knife:. How to hold a knife and how to make a proper cut or scratch? The way you hold a knife will vary depending on what effect you want.
If you wish the scene to be more sensory oriented, first place the knife in a bucket of ice…as soon as the blade is frosty cold, lay the blade flat against the skin and drag the flat side of the blade along the skin while pressing lightly with your index finger near the tip of the blade. If you wish to make decisive shallow knife play sex then hold the knife firmly in your hand, lay the edge of the blade against the skin and pull the blade gently and slowly toward you, never push the blade…you will end up ripping or stabbing the skin.
Looking at the photos, reading about knife play and remembering the burning sensation on my back, I long for more experiences with knife play sex kink. I would love to experience it in different settings: as something relaxing, blindfolded and not knowing whether I might be cut or not, being threatened and deep down knowing that I will be safe, but still not knowing just how safe I am.
Yes, I want my mind fucked as much as I want to feel the knife trailing along my sensitive skin. I actually just saw my first knife play scene between people I know last week. For me it is that little glimmer of cold and then the heat that erupts in my skin…oh and it completely fits into my kink to be marked! And the knife… yep, will have to buy it. Even if only to use it in combination with wax play, to remove the wax from my body! We researched how to sterilize these knives as best as we could before playing with them, because my stubborn lil self for some reason desired these knives- and not others purchased for this activity, be used.
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