BDSM Caning Explained

Caning is a form of corporal punishment involving a number of hits made on one’s body with a cane. This method is often used in BDSM as a way of punishment or to stimulate the sensation of the submissive partner. Caning is generally applied to the buttocks, but some prefer to take the game up a notch and use it on other parts like boobs, back, around the vagina, etc.

The idea behind caning is not to inflict pain on the partner but to find the balance between pain and pleasure and use that in the bedroom. Many people discover that pain can become a mind-losing sensation on the right scale, leading up to a mind-blowing orgasm. 

Aside from BDSM, caning is a punishment used in other spheres. In the past, this was one of the many ways to punish thieves and others that broke the law. Then, it also grew to be a method used in schools when teachers wanted to demand silence and respect from their students or punish the disobeying ones, as well.  

Caning In BDSM

To most submissives, caning is a way to punish them for not obeying the wishes and demands of their dominant. However, if the dominant has deep knowledge of caning and the pleasures of their submissive, then this can transform into a powerful turn-on. Most BDSM-loving couples use caning as a way of foreplay.  

With caning, it is imperative to know where the sub’s pain limit is and how they feel during the whole process. Feedback is vital for both sides so that the dom can adjust their technique to suit themselves and their sub. This way, the submissive can express when the pain exceeds the border of pleasure, and the dominant will know how far they can push.

The caning world offers a variety of options. When discussing the canes, there can be different sizes and materials – each to suit the couple’s needs. The advised thing to do is not to use bamboo canes because they can break easily.

Furthermore, the dominant’s technique can play a crucial role. If the dom is more sensual, they can start with lighter hits and slowly increase the number and the pleasure. On the other hand, if the dom prefers it ruffer, then the sub can experience high levels of pain mixed with pleasure. Of course, all of this needs to be communicated with the submissive partner and can vary depending on their desires.

The caning style can also influence this BDSM play. Aside from the one-hit caning, which is followed by a shockwave moving through the body and a vibrating and tingling sensation on the spot, severe caning usually involves multiple hits. 

If the dom repeatedly strikes the sub in one place or uses a technique where the hits are criss-cross, it is expected for the place to become swollen and sore, coupled with a stinging sensation that builds up with every blow. Sometimes, the strikes can be parallel and spread evenly over the flesh, making each blow the first one. 

Tempo is also an important factor in this play. If the tempo is slow, the sub will bathe in the feeling of a sequential order of “hit, sting, ache, pleasure”. And if the hits come faster, the ache is erased from the order, emphasizing the hit and sting components. But if the dom uses the cane fast enough for the hits to follow one after the other, the order will be lost, and the submissive partner can relish in pure bliss. 

The possibility to include caning in every role-play is what appeals to people. Namely, caning can be part of every role-play scenario the dom and sub have arranged. It can also be included in every setting – pure S/M, science fiction, mentor/student, and many more. 

Considering that caning includes a sex toy – cane, taking care of it is extremely important to have a play in which both sides enjoy!

Caning is highly practiced among BDSM couples. It produces endorphins that wipe out the pain from being hit and alter it into ecstasy. Many dominatrices point out that most of their clients specifically ask for this kind of pleasure because of this quality. Be that as it may, a crucial part of this play is knowing when the sub has reached their limit, which can be done with years of practice, communication, and a safeword! 

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