BDSM Interrogation Scene | Explained

The BDSM interrogation scene is a form of role-playing where the participants act as torturers and victims. The dominant partner takes on the role of the torturer – presented through any character, but it usually revolves around a cop, military officer, kidnapper, or similar – and the submissive partner is the victim. 

As with almost every BDSM role-play, the interrogation scene is about power exchange. The difference here is the way of reaching the high.

Namely, in BDSM interrogation scenes, the torturer tries to extract some information that the victim will not give willingly. They are allowed to use any kind of equipment that would accomplish their goal. Therefore, the “game” ends when the sub spills the beans on the secret they’ve been hiding. 

Nonetheless, the BDSM interrogation scene can have many variations of its own. Many people prefer to keep it behind closed doors, but some play this whole scenario outside – in an abandoned parking lot, deep in the woods, etc. It all comes down to the imagination!

What Does An Interrogation Scene Look Like?

BDSM means that the dom overpowers and runs the show, while the sub does everything to please the dom. In that same way, in every interrogation scene, the core of the roles is the same, but here the setting of the play can be different. In regards to the length of the scene, it can vary depending on what both partners want from it, what is the limit they both can go to, and many other factors. 

For the game to begin, the submissive needs to know a piece of information that the dominant doesn’t. So to gain that information, the dominant is willing to do anything they can – of course, all in agreement with the other partner. 

A thrill in this set is that the information doesn’t necessarily mean that it has to be something important or big. It can range from a simple card picked from a deck for the newbies, or it can include telling something that the other partner never knew.

Some people mix it up and hide their least favorite sex toy. This only serves the ultimate objective – a mind-shattering orgasm when the dom extracts the information and uses that toy on them.

How to start a BDSM Interrogation scene?

It begins when the dominant captures their victim. This can also be done to their preference – a kidnapping is the most common way to begin this “game”. From there, the play is limited only by the dom’s imagination.

What it usually includes is tying the sub to a chair or bed, stripping them naked – subs need to be careful on the wardrobe they are wearing for this occasion because it usually gets torn – or the more extreme options are being mocked or abused. 

There are many forms of how the interrogation can be conducted and the dom is allowed to use anything they feel is suited to their needs and those of their partner. The most widespread form is orgasm control.

When the sub refuses to hand over the information, the dom can use paddling, spanking, name-calling, and so on, all the while bringing their sub to the verge of orgasm, only to deny them of the feeling. The sensation of ups and downs on multiple cycles only intensifies the feeling when the partner tips over that cliff. 

Tortures usually start small and increase over time – depending on the submissive’s limit and how long they can play the role until they start singing. It happens that even after orgasming, the sub still doesn’t divulge the secret, making the dom overstimulate them. Although some enjoy the sensation, overstimulation may be uncomfortable for the victim.

Thus, the most important part of every BDSM role-play is the safeword. Couples may not always fall for the thrill that the interrogation scene offers, or they simply might go overboard.

It is important to remember that this scene is physically and mentally challenging, so having a safeword can prove a useful tool. Both partners need to enjoy it for this scene to give the wanted results!

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  • Robert Thomas is a sexologist, researcher, and writer who loves to explore and investigate everything that is related to bedroom action. He strives to improve couples' sex life by challenging the advice given in research papers, books, magazines, and on the internet in general. Robert loves to write about sex, BDSM, as well as tips & tricks on how couples can introduce new sex toys to their relationship. He has been proudly featured in Healthline, Bustle, Cosmopolitan, Self, AskMen, MelMagazine, Kinkly, Jack&Jill Adult, and in many other publications. Learn more. LinkedIn

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