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The Truth about Sensation Devices for BDSM Play

Often misunderstood or misrepresented, sensation devices are great tools to add some spice to your BDSM play. Many people associate the word sensation with pain, but it can actually mean different things depending on the toy you choose, and it’s not always meant to hurt. If you’re interested in using sensation devices with your partner, you should know what some of the most popular ones are and what they feel like so that you can decide if they’re right for you!

How Sensation Devices Can Enhance your BDSM Experience

Pain, pleasure, submission. These are just a few words that come to mind when you hear bondage and discipline, dominance and submission, sadism and masochism. Nowadays, there are more ways than ever to engage in these activities - including with sensation devices designed specifically for use in BDSM play. However, many people aren’t sure what they are or how they can enhance your experience. If you have been curious about sensation devices but weren't sure where to start, our guide will help clarify things for you. First, let's define exactly what a sensation device is: Sensation device include sex toys meant to be used on other people as well as those designed for personal stimulation.

How do you choose the right sensation device?

For beginners, it’s not easy to know which sensation device will be right for them. There are so many different types to choose from, each with their own pros and cons, not to mention price points. It can be hard deciding how much you should spend on a first-time spanking paddle.

What are different types of sensation devices?

Whip is a device used for bondage and discipline. It consists of one or many tails which can be made from leather, rubber, horsehair and even plastics like PVC. The different types of whips include riding crop (used in horseback riding), single tail, cat o' nine tails and switch. They are made in all shapes and sizes and will deliver different sensation depending on its design. It usually does not cause any serious pain unless you strike with full force to vulnerable areas such as genitalia and armpits.

Cane is a device used for fetish play. It can be made from rattan, bamboo or sturdy wood. It delivers stinging sensation during play which can be intensified by striking harder on more sensitive parts of skin. People who are new to BDSM should start with light cane strokes to avoid pain during play.

Paddle is a device used for pleasure and pain in BDSM play. The most common type of paddles consists of two pieces of wood connected by a hinge at one end. It delivers light to moderate impact with each strike. In addition, it has a sound which increases as you swing harder against skin which serves as another form of sensory deprivation during play.

Paddle gives sensation that ranges from soft to heavy depending on its weight and material. This toy is mostly made out of leather, plastic or wooden materials.

Which sensation device is most appropriate for beginners?

Beginners should look to play with items that produce a stinging or snapping sensation. This can be anything from a whip to a spanking paddle, depending on your personal preference. You want something with enough bite to get you off without causing real damage to delicate flesh. As such, we recommend starting with whips and paddles before venturing into more advanced devices such as floggers and crops. Check out our collection for examples of all three sensation types! Feel free to use them at your discretion ;)

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