How To Have Kinky Fetish Sex

Knowing how to have kinky fetish sex requires attention to a few key points and having a lack of inhibitions. Fetishes are not for everybody, but if yours is harmless and legal, it can be fun to explore with the proper partner. Taking sexual activity to the next level by introducing something kinky, can prove to be very satisfying to both you and your partner.

  1. Find a willing partner. Kinky fetish sex is not just for everyone, and if you try to spring it on an unwitting girlfriend, you could find yourself getting slapped in the face and soon single. In order to carry out freaky stuff in bed, you have to find a woman who is comfortable in her own skin, comfortable with you, and turned on by the idea of doing something a little (or a lot) bizarre. You may have to check the online personals for this, but if your girlfriend is open to experimenting, she might be the one to try this stuff out with.
  2. Invest in the proper accessories.  Depending on your particular kinky fetish sex desires, you will need the appropriate accessories to ensure you carry things out properly.  You might need costumes, restraints, paddles, rubber gloves, etc. so that your desires and requirements for sexual engagement are satisfied. Many of these are very expensive when purchased from sex stores, so if possible, buy them at everyday stores.
  3. Be wholehearted.  If you are going to engage in kinky fetish sex, you should be fully into it, for both your own enjoyment and that of your partner.  If you have any reservations about how much you will enjoy your sex play, you should probably abandon your plans. Participation in hardcore kink generally requires complete committal, and if you show any hesitations, your girl is going to be very disappointed in you.
  4. Have a safe word. Most kinky fetish sex requires play that can be potentially risky. It may involve bondage and spanking, and part of the kink is that abuse—to varying extents—is fun and desired.  Because “resistance” is part of the play, it is impossible to know when “no” actually means “no.”  Agree ahead of time on a safe word, that when used means that the partner using it is requesting a time out.
  5. Explore with others. Even if your kinky fetish sex interests are very niche, there is likely a community out there also interested in the same thing.  The Internet has made it easier to connect with such people, and to further explore your interests and desires, you may attempt to contact them.  Kink groups often have meet ups or clubs where they gather, commiserate, share stories and techniques, and even participate in their particular area of interest.  Meeting with like-minded people can help you and your partner get even deeper into your sex life.

 

 

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