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Put a Little Spark into Your Play: Violet Wands

 

Tied to the cross, Jane cannot see Mike behind her. The anticipation thick in the air, Jane shivers as she waits, not knowing what was coming. Suddenly, she hears a buzzing, an unfamiliar electrical sound. The buzzing gets louder as Mike approaches. Jane jumps as he reaches and touches her hair, caressing it lovingly before wrapping it in his fist and pulling Jane’s head back, laughing that evil little laugh Jane loves to hate. Mike lets go and stands there, letting her hear only the buzzing. Suddenly he touches her with the glowing bulb attached to the end of his Violet Wand. The spark arching from the globe to her skin, the crackling sound fills the room. Jane jumps, startled, trying to process the feeling from the spark. Pain? Pleasure? A mixture of both? The wave of pleasure start to encompass her as Mike touches her again, running the wand down her thigh...

Erotic electrical play is play like none other. It is edgy. It is great for the satisfaction of mind. It is pure pleasure in its rawest form when done correctly. There are a number of different types of electrical instruments out there from a simple Tens Unit to Complex Electro Sex Simulation devices. In this article, we will focus on the Violet Wand.

Violet Wand is one of the most favorite toys as well as one of the most popular ones amongst the bottoms in BDSM plays. It is also said by many to be the safest as far as electrical devices that are used in play. It has certainly been a toy that has brought the most intense pleasure to many. It is fairly safe to use the Violet Wand almost anywhere on the body. If you are first starting out with a Violet Wand and are not quite sure of yourself and it’s use, you may wish to start below the chest.

There are a number of ways to play with a Violet Wand. Most of them come with glass attachments of various shapes and sizes. These usually have a gas in them that glow various colors such as violet, hence the name. The attachment is not only a great visual delight with the glow, but also from the sparks that emit from it when you touch yourself or another person.

Another attachment is the body contact probe. The probe usually has a cord or chain that has one end that attaches to the wand, and another that you place upon your body or the bottoms to make you or them the actual conductor of the electricity. By doing this, you can create a spark on the other person by touching them with your body or metal objects that you hold. The possibilities are endless here. Some of the attachments out there are shaped in such a way that a person may get the idea to insert them into an available orifice.

Be sure to use violet wands that are well built, as some of the violet wands are made of cheap materials and attachments that are made with cheap glass can easily break while insertion. I don't know many people that take pleasure in explaining to the emergency room personnel why you felt the need to do such a thing. Remember that if you break a toy or play partner, you cannot play with them. Do not use it around the eyes, on anyone pregnant, with a pacemaker, or other serious ailment. Do not use on people with medical devices such as insulin pumps or medical electronics.

Don’t forget about BDSM aftercare. Comfort and aftercare are important tools and should be just as much a part of play as negotiations and safety measures. Charge up your toys, add a little spark to your night, have fun and play safe...