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Good communication beforehand can help both parties relax so that they can focus on enjoying the session. This is huge because it will kill the mood if you have to go fumble looking for rope or lube halfway during a scene. One thing my Dom likes to do is lay out everything on the bed when we start. Another thing you could do is put everything in a toy box and have it nearby so you can simply grab it. Just make sure everything is organized and easily accessible. Having a good sequence also keeps you from just doing things randomly without a purpose or meaning in mind.

Here is the meaning of each part of a scene:. Beginning- Sets the mood and builds anticipation. This can be mostly verbal to start out with. Light teasing is also good.

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Middle- More intense playing can start. This may be where the sub begins to wonder if they will be able to last. End- The Dom brings the sub back down gradually.

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Both of them may have already orgasmed. Just like every story needs a conflict, so should every good BDSM play session. When thinking about ideas for building tension, try to do it not just physically, but emotionally too.

Which brings us to our next scene strategy:. When a sub is slightly afraid, their nervous system is more heightened. Not knowing what the Dom will do next will be a huge turn on for them, and bring a deeper meaning to the relationship. The easiest way to achieve this is by taking away one or more senses.

The sub could be blindfolded, restrained in some way, given earphones with loud music, or even gagged. The Dominant can then give pleasure or pain unexpectedly. I hope you loved learning about how to set up a scene correctly. Just remember: your main goal should be for you and your partner to connect and enjoy each other.

So relax, apply the strategies in this article, and I know your next play session will be so much more intense. Have fun playing! I just found your website recently, and have really enjoyed exploring it.

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5 Essential Scene Strategies for Your Next Play Session