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Pain Play in BDSM

Pain play in the BDSM world is not for all, but if you know anything about me or have taken the time to get to know me, you know that I am a mistress who enjoys inflicting some pain.  I admit, I am a bit of a sadist.  Now, for some of you there is immediate trepidation at the mention of pain.  All you can focus on is the pain itself.  The HURT, so to speak.  But, I am here to tell you there is a large difference between hurt and harm.  Yes, I will probably hurt you.  I will most likely make you cry out in pain and wish for me to stop.  But, I won’t harm you.

Hurt and Harm

To hurt you is to inflict pain of a magnitude that is not harmful to the body, in other words it won’t leave any lasting damage.  Pain on almost any level releases endorpins and in many people this also raises their arousal.  IF you are playing with a true sadist, like me, you must know that I am very aroused by your cries and whimpers as I take you on a pain journey.  So, as your endorphin levels and arousal rise, so do mine.  But, dear one, I would never harm you.   The bruises and redness will disappear and I will lovingly apply salve or balm as I tell you how proud I am of you for enduring such punishment.  But, I will never harm you, either physically or mentally.  Everyone has a pain threshold, I will respect your limits and we will play within them.   We will always play safe and I will always be loving.  I have respect for the fact that you have given your body to me as an instrument to use for my own personal sadistic enjoyments and I won’t squander that gift, it is very precious.

Many forms of Pain

There are many forms of pain as I stated before and not all of them are physical.  Sometimes the pain of wanting to have an orgasm and being denied that orgasm is just as effective as the pain of a flogger or a whip.  Other times, a nipple clamp or just a sharp pinch at the crucial moment of nearing the edge of orgasm is the only pain needed to get you compliant.  But, both are equally painful in their own way and neither one constitute harm.

So, the next time you think to yourself, “I’m not into pain”, think again.   You might be more open to the idea than you think.

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