How To Have Safe Rough Sex
If you are going to start getting rough in the bedroom, you may want to read on to learn how to have safe rough sex. Having rough sex for some people heightens their sexual experience to new levels, but for others not so much. The easiest way to learn if rough sex is good for your sexual relationship is by trial and error. Although a lot of rough sex has to do with domination and submission, the most important part of safe rough sex is a mutual understanding or what is acceptable and what is not.
To have safe rough sex, you will need:
- A "safe word" to protect both of you
- Sex toys
- Set up a "safe word." A safe word is a word that both of you understand means "stop." To have safe rough sex, the safe word should be something you wouldn't normally say such as apples, canary or ketchup. When the safe word is said, all rough sex should stop immediately.
- Understanding. There must be a mutual trust and understanding between partners on what is acceptable and what is not. Everything should be discussed and out in the open before any rough sex activities begin. Be sure to discuss what sexual activity is allowed and what activity or not.
- Using toys. The toys to be used during rough sex should be picked out by both partners and their uses agreed upon. There are many toys that can be used safely during rough sex. Even the naughtiest and most medieval looking toys can provide extreme sensual sensations when used properly.