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BDSM & FEMDOM

READY TO DISCOVER THAT HIDDEN SIDE OF YOURS?

You may have heard of BDSM before - but do you really know what it means and how it works? Why can it be great for you? And what is this exciting Femdom? Don’t worry; we got you covered. Let us introduce you to the adventurous world of BDSM.

BDSM & FEMDOM

READY TO DISCOVER THAT HIDDEN SIDE OF YOURS?

You may have heard of BDSM before - but do you really know what it means and how it works? Why can it be great for you? And what is this exciting Femdom? Don’t worry; we got you covered. Let us introduce you to the adventurous world of BDSM.

AN INTRODUCTION TO BDSM

Sexual Aftercare in BDSM and Beyond

The dazzling world of femdom

THE FUNDAMENTALS OF PEGGING

WHAT DOES BDSM STAND FOR?

It is a code for Bondage, Discipline and Sado-Masochism. BDSM stands for a series of consensual sexual practices that include dominance and submission. BDSM practices can involve just one of the following themes or combine them:

  • BONDAGE:  some form of movement restriction like handcuffs, tying someone up and even Shibari

  • DISCIPLINE: the act of ordering or obeying someone’s orders a sexual play

  • SADO-MASOCHISM: efers to the act of inflicting (sado) or receiving (maso) pain for sexual enjoyment.

WHY BDSM CAN BE GREAT FOR YOU

BDSM is an amazing tool for sexual empowerment. After all, it encourages them to take ownershirp of their sexuality, teaches them the importance of consent in sex and pushes individuals to have a great understanding of boundaries - whether for oneself or for others. These skills are not only great to have a better sex life - they can also be useful outside of the bedroom.  

Consensual and ethical BDSM practices revolve around two key concepts: Safewords - A code word people can use to stop the play if they are no longer keen. Secondly, there is aftercare - a connection moment after BDSM play, so people can ground themselves, feel taken care of - especially after a particularly hard session.

WHY BDSM CAN BE GREAT FOR YOU

BDSM is an amazing tool for sexual empowerment. After all, it encourages them to take ownershirp of their sexuality, teaches them the importance of consent in sex and pushes individuals to have a great understanding of boundaries - whether for oneself or for others. These skills are not only great to have a better sex life - they can also be useful outside of the bedroom.  

Consensual and ethical BDSM practices revolve around two key concepts: Safewords - A code word people can use to stop the play if they are no longer keen. Secondly, there is aftercare - a connection moment after BDSM play, so people can ground themselves, feel taken care of - especially after a particularly hard session.

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WHY BDSM CAN BE GREAT FOR YOU

BDSM is an amazing tool for sexual empowerment. After all, it encourages them to take ownershirp of their sexuality, teaches them the importance of consent in sex and pushes individuals to have a great understanding of boundaries - whether for oneself or for others. These skills are not only great to have a better sex life - they can also be useful outside of the bedroom.  

Consensual and ethical BDSM practices revolve around two key concepts: Safewords - A code word people can use to stop the play if they are no longer keen. Secondly, there is aftercare - a connection moment after BDSM play, so people can ground themselves, feel taken care of - especially after a particularly hard session.

VOICES FROM OUR COMMUNITY

The week that I discovered my bdsm desires it was like my mind was in a blissful haze or a fog of realization and understanding—it was an indescribable sensation of feeling like everything had finally clicked into place and there was no going back.

- Katie -

BDSM IN HISTORY

If you think BDSM is a modern phenomenon, think again! There is well-documented evidence of BDSM practices being played for a long time in human history. 

In fact, the term “sadism” derives from Marquis de Sade; a French nobleman and bon-vivant who wrote in detail about inflicting pain as a sexual kink - something that eventually landed him in jail. Another European nobleman, this time from Austria, was the one who inspired the name “masochism.” Leopold von Sacher-Masoch was also a writer who sought to be in pain in order to have pleasure.

ARTICLE: AN INTRODUCTION TO BDSM

BDSM TERMS AND PRACTICES

Many practices fall under the BDSM umbrella - and the BDSM community has their own unique vocabulary. To help get introduced to this exciting world, here are some of the most common BDSM terms and practices:

BDSM TERMS

  • Dom/Domme: The dominant part of the BDSM relationship in male and female version

  • Caregiver: The role of the caregiver, regardless of gender, is to take care of their little. Common name used in ageplay, but not exclusive to this realm.

  • Sub: Short for “submissive”

  • Little: Caregiver’s counterpart - the one in the dynamic who is going to be taken care of.


BDSM PRACTICES

  • Spanking: Whether with hands, paddles, or whips - spanking is one of the most well-known BDSM practices

  • Sensation Play: Tickling, blindfolding, playing with ice… Anything that arouses the senses can be considered sensation play.

  • Impact Play: Spanking can be counted as impact play - but it does involve some more hardcore games. Impact play should be reserved for those a little experienced in BDSM.

  • Bondage: Handcuffs, chains, ropes… Even tying someone up with a handkerchief counts as bondage!

VOICES FROM OUR COMMUNITY

Practicing BDSM As a sub allows me to let go and trust my partners. Not being in control, when I am in every other aspect of my life, is freeing.

- Emalee -

BDSM TERMS AND PRACTICES

Many practices fall under the BDSM umbrella - and the BDSM community has their own unique vocabulary. To help get introduced to this exciting world, here are some of the most common BDSM terms and practices:

BDSM TERMS

  • Dom/Domme: The dominant part of the BDSM relationship in male and female version

  • Caregiver: The role of the caregiver, regardless of gender, is to take care of their little. Common name used in ageplay, but not exclusive to this realm.

  • Sub: Short for “submissive”

  • Little: Caregiver’s counterpart - the one in the dynamic who is going to be taken care of.


BDSM PRACTICES

  • Spanking: Whether with hands, paddles, or whips - spanking is one of the most well-known BDSM practices

  • Sensation Play: Tickling, blindfolding, playing with ice… Anything that arouses the senses can be considered sensation play.

  • Impact Play: Spanking can be counted as impact play - but it does involve some more hardcore games. Impact play should be reserved for those a little experienced in BDSM.

  • Bondage: Handcuffs, chains, ropes… Even tying someone up with a handkerchief counts as bondage!

VOICES FROM OUR COMMUNITY

Practicing BDSM As a sub allows me to let go and trust my partners. Not being in control, when I am in every other aspect of my life, is freeing.

- Emalee -

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VOICES FROM OUR COMMUNITY

It’s always helpful to know what your partner’s love language is in a relationship cause it makes it so much easier to meet their needs. In a BDSM relationship aftercare is so essentially but people might have different needs! Talking with my partner and communicating what we needed out of aftercare has really made it so much more effective and amazing bonding time!

- Juliet -

FEMDOM

FINDING THE MISTRESS IN YOU

WHAT IS FEMDOM?

It is one of the facets of BDSM that excites us the most at Kinky Karrot! It is anything that refers to Dominant/submissive dynamics in which women play the dominant role.  Regardless of the gender of the sub! Female domination is also an ancient practice and is a great way for women to step into their sexual power. A lot of women are also professional Dommes - also named Dominatrixes.

HOW CAN I START?

You don’t need a full body attire to awaken your inner mistress. You can start small! Some simple Femdom practices; include use of dominant language in sex, light bondage, and dirty talk.

FEMDOM

FINDING THE MISTRESS IN YOU

WHAT IS FEMDOM?

It is one of the facets of BDSM that excites us the most at Kinky Karrot! It is anything that refers to Dominant/submissive dynamics in which women play the dominant role.  Regardless of the gender of the sub! Female domination is also an ancient practice and is a great way for women to step into their sexual power. A lot of women are also professional Dommes - also named Dominatrixes.

HOW CAN I START?

You don’t need a full body attire to awaken your inner mistress. You can start small! Some simple Femdom practices; include use of dominant language in sex, light bondage, and dirty talk.

Learn more about it in our Femdom related article linked below. 

ARTICLE: THE DAZZLING WORLD OF FEMDOM

ARTICLE: THE DAZZLING WORLD OF FEMDOM

ARTICLE: THE FUNDAMENTALS OF PEGGING

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VOICES FROM OUR COMMUNITY

I’m in a femdom relationship and there are so many aspects of it that I love. After years of previous sexual relationships where I just put my partners needs before my own due to inexperience and not being in touch with my own needs and desires it was extremely empowering when I met my now partner and we started exploring femdom together. The feeling of control and power is liberating and it is such a turn on when I’m being worshipped by my partner, it makes me feel like I’m the only woman in the world for him lol. I love being in control of both of our orgasms as well because it gives me time to really feel the pleasure without the previous pressure I felt to “hurry up” and have my orgasm. The more we explore femdom together and the more things we try in the bedroom the closer we get emotionally as well which I really love!

- Caitriona -

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