Corporal Punishment Spanking Fetish
Raleigh Dungeon House of Whispers
Corporal punishment is bodily harm and pain inflicted on a partner in a BDSM relationship. Heavy consent must be ensured between the two parties to create a safe environment. When done under the right circumstances, this practice can be pleasurable for both parties. Safe words are given. Hard limits are respected with regards to marks.
Corporal Punishment or Impact Play Fetish combines pain and pleasure in a single situation, allowing a release of chemicals from the brain including: endorphin, serotonin, melatonin, epinephrine, norepinephrine, and dopamine. Heightened pleasure causes sexual stimulation.
MASOCHIST: Although "getting beat" might sound ghastly to some who are unfamiliar with this fetish, enduring corporal punishment may actually help the submissive experience a release and pleasure. In the BDSM community, masochists who enjoy pain may derive extreme pleasure from corporal punishment.
Sadism is a term which describes the experience of taking pleasure in inflicting pain, humiliation, degradation, cruelty, or watching others inflict these behaviors on someone else. Often this pleasure is sexual in nature. Sadists enjoy spanking their partners, playing with whips or floggers, or dressing their partners in humiliating costumes, for example.
A masochist is an individual who takes pleasure in the experience of physical or emotional pain. Masochists often rely on this pain for sexual gratification. A masochist might enjoy being spanked, whipped, choked, or by wearing nipple clamps, for example. Masochists might also enjoy being humiliated in a variety of ways.
Spanking doesn't have to hurt. It can be sweet, soft and soothing, or it can be as hard as you want it to be. The act of spanking can be pleasurable because the ass is plentiful with nerves and right next door to the genitals. Strikes and slaps send waves and ripples through the skin and stimulate this area.
Mistress Windy using Spanking Bench
SPANKING CORPORAL PUNISHMENT FETISH is a form of:
Submission - giving up control to another person
Humiliation - a form of psychological pain
Sexual objectification - the sexual value of the body as an object
Role-playing - participating in sexual fantasies