Edge play is dangerous; do not try this at home! Knife play is generally a form of fear playsensation play and light medical play if it involves making scratches and abrasions, though generally speaking knifeplay does not involve brandingcutting or other fusion techniques unless it is explicitly discussed as part of negotiations. Knifeplay often involves moving a blade across sensitive portions of the skin, threatening safety with a knife, and minor scratches and abrasions that might result from light pressing the blade to the skin, if the blade is not cleaned this may lead to infections.
He had slept heavily. Pussum was still asleep, sleeping childishly and pathetically. There was something small and curled up and defenceless about her, that roused an unsatisfied flame of passion in the young man's blood, a devouring avid pity.
Knife play is a form of consensual BDSM edgeplay involving knivesdaggersand swords as a source of physical and mental stimulation. Knives are typically used to cut away clothing, scratch the skin, remove wax after wax playor simply provide sensual stimulation. Knife play can also be a form of temperature play or body modification.
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For some, the intimate connection between blood and intercourse is sexually stirring. The smell, sight, and texture of blood may be arousing, too. They may also enjoy using instruments, like knives and scalpels, to draw bits of blood to the skin. Some even like licking or drinking blood.
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Heads up: Some of the descriptions in this article are graphic and may be disturbing to some readers. Whether we're talking about broken hymens or navigating the ins and outs of period sexblood and sex have an undeniable connection. And, for some people, this connection is specifically what gets them off.