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BDSM Test: What Kind of BDSM Deviant Are You?

Are you curious about exploring BDSM but don't know where to start? By reading this article, you can reflect on what kind of BDSM deviant you are! This can help you assess your attitude and preferences when it comes to BDSM activities. Whether you're a novice or an experienced BDSM enthusiast, this article will give you an idea of what kind of deviant you are.

The Sadist

The Sadist is someone who derives pleasure from the act of causing pain. This can be physical pain, emotional pain, or both. Sadists have a kink for inflicting pain on another person and can often get aroused or turned on by doing so. A fetish for sadism may include activities such as spanking, bondage, humiliation, and other forms of power exchange that involve the infliction of pain. Many people find this type of play to be a major turn-on, while others find it too extreme. As with all types of BDSM play, it's important to explore each kink with caution to ensure it is safe and consensual between partners. Some common safety rules to consider before engaging in any kind of BDSM play are communicating boundaries beforehand, using safe words to end play at any time, avoiding substance use during play, never engaging in activities that could cause permanent damage to either partner, and ensuring everyone involved is aware of the risks involved in this type of play. It's also important to remember that everyone's idea of what constitutes "kinky" or "deviant" varies greatly, so it's important to keep an open mind when exploring any type of fetish or turn-on.

The Masochist

The masochist is someone who takes pleasure in receiving pain. Whether this is physical or psychological, the masochist is turned on by the experience. This type of BDSM deviant loves being dominated, feeling the power of another person, and pushing their own boundaries. They may enjoy humiliation, bondage, spanking, and/or other forms of pain in order to fulfill their desires. While it is important to remember that everyone's experiences are different, masochists typically find their turn on through intense stimulation and sensation. As with any kind of BDSM play, safety and consent are always paramount. It is also important for a masochist to know their limits. It can be a turn-on for some masochists to have control taken away from them during BDSM play, but it should always be consensual and done within a safe space. Other turn-ons can include verbal humiliation or even a bit of degradation during a scene. Most importantly, the masochist needs to feel safe knowing they can use a safe word if they need to stop the scene. For some, simply having someone else take control of them can be a huge turn-on. Other turn-ons can include gags, restraints, blindfolds, and even roleplay scenarios. Ultimately, every masochist will have a different definition of what turns them on and what pushes them out of their comfort zone.

The Dominant

The Dominant is the person who takes control of a BDSM scene. They have the power to give commands and determine the flow of the experience. They turn on by taking charge and providing structure for their partner’s pleasure. Dominants are often creative and good at reading their partner’s body language and energy level. They may also use specific tools such as bondage and toys to further enhance the experience. Some Dominants prefer to take things slow, while others will enjoy more intense activities such as impact play. Role-play can be a great way for Dominants to turn on and explore different dynamics with their partner. Power exchange can also be a big turn-on for some, with the ability to transfer all responsibility for pleasure onto someone else. Another way for Dominants to turn on is through sensory deprivation, where all other senses are heightened in order to increase physical sensations. Another common way of turning on is through humiliation or degradation, either in private or with another party involved. And finally, one of the biggest turn-ons for some Dominants is the practice of Shibari or Japanese rope bondage, where complex knots and intricate patterns are used to restrict movement or provide sensations.

The Submissive

Submissives are those who like to turn on and get aroused by giving up control to another person. They are often excited by being told what to do, by having someone in charge of their pleasure, and by the knowledge that their partner is completely in control. Submissives often find it arousing to obey orders, serve their partner, or be taken care of in a way that gives them pleasure. Submissives might take on a different persona during BDSM play, often taking on a role of servitude or submission, allowing their partners to make all the decisions. For many submissives, the idea of surrendering control to another can be very exciting and stimulating. Being given orders and made to comply can turn on a submissive immensely. It's an incredibly powerful feeling for a submissive when they know they have no choice but to follow the direction of their dominant partner. Some submissives may even experience a deep sense of satisfaction when they please their dominant through obedience. Other activities that may turn on submissives include humiliation and degradation play, corporal punishment, body worship, role-playing, bondage, impact play, and even sensory deprivation. Ultimately, turning on and getting aroused by relinquishing power is at the core of being a submissive.

The Switch

The Switch is the type of BDSM deviant that finds pleasure in both dominating and being dominated and can switch between either role in a scene. Switches are often considered to be the most versatile type of deviant, as they can explore both sides of the BDSM equation. This type of deviant may find pleasure in delivering pain or humiliation and receiving it as well. A Switch will usually have an understanding of what turns them on and how to best bring out the best in their partner during a scene. They are often drawn to scenes where both partners can turn each other on and enjoy the power exchange. For some Switches, psychological turn-ons like degradation play, humiliation play, pet play, and edgeplay might be arousing. For others, physical turn-ons such as impact play, temperature play, suspension play, and electrical play are more desirable. No matter what turns them on, one thing is for sure - if you're looking for someone who enjoys exploring both sides of BDSM then you might want to look into finding a Switch! They thrive off exploring the different sensations within BDSM and finding ways to incorporate these into their scenes. Switches understand that just because one activity turns them on doesn't mean it'll turn their partner on - so they're always willing to adjust and accommodate to their partner's desires. With this kind of understanding and flexibility - having a Switch around can help take your kink explorations to the next level!

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