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Whips and Flogger


Whips and Flogger 

Whether a simple bull whip, cat-o-nine-tails or a handmade flogger, popular both for their symbolism and effect, they immediately convey a sense of dominance, power and control. So when strict discipline or punishment is needed, our whips and floggers are just the right choice.

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What’s the Difference Between a Whip and a Flogger?

In the worlds of kink and BDSM, a whip and a flogger are two different types of tools used for impact play. However, when it comes to buying them, they’re actually often used interchangeably.

BDSM whip is a tool used in BDSM (bondage, discipline, dominance, submission, sadism, and masochism) play for inflicting pain and/or sensation on a partner. It typically consists of a long, flexible handle and a series of tails or lashes made from materials such as leather, suede, rubber, or synthetic fibers.

A flogger is a type of whip that typically has multiple tails or strands made from the same materials as a BDSM whip. The tails of a flogger are usually shorter and thicker than those of a traditional whip, which can create a different sensation when used. Floggers can also come in different shapes and designs, such as a cat-o-nine-tails or a dragon tail.

What is a Whip or Flogger used for?

BDSM whips and floggers can be used for a variety of purposes, such as impact play, sensation play, and role-playing scenarios. They are often used in BDSM scenes to evoke intense physical and emotional sensations, as well as to reinforce power dynamics between partners.

Different types of BDSM whips and floggers

There are many different types of BDSM whips and floggers we are manufacturing, ranging from basic models for beginners to more elaborate designs for experienced users. Some popular types of whips and floggers include bullwhips, signal whips, snake whips, and single-tail whips. Floggers can also come in different styles, such as heavy floggers, light floggers, and thuddy floggers.

Our production of BDSM whips and floggers can vary depending on the materials used and the level of craftsmanship involved, but most of our whips and floggers are handmade by skilled artisans.

Here are different types of whips you can choose from in our BDSM Online Shop:

Here are different types of Floggers you can choose from in our BDSM Online Shop:

Buyer’s Guide to Whips and Floggers

If you’re a beginner looking to buy your first flogger, here are some things to keep in mind:

  • Number of falls — a good beginner flogger usually has between 20 to 30 falls. More will probably be too heavy, and less may be unwieldy or feel overly stingy.
  • Materials — Suede is extremely soft and works great for warming up and harder impacts. Soft leather or faux leather are also flexible enough to be beginner-friendly.
  • Weight — you should opt for a light to medium weight flogger. MEO has this information in the product descriptions.
  • Length — a good length to aim for is between 45 cm to 60 cm = 18 to24 inches. You’ll be fairly close to your partner for intimate flogging, and will have greater control over your aim and power.
  • Extras — it can be helpful to have a flogger that has a loop on the handle for your wrist to go through. That way, you’ll avoid it accidentally flying across the room mid-swing!

BDSM Safety and Aftercare

Just like any other kink play, it’s vitally important that you keep safety in mind. With impact play, it’s even more important — you’re literally hitting someone, after all. Before you buy or do anything, make sure both of you are on board with the idea of impact play. Have an open and honest conversation (or, ideally several conversations) about what you’re both comfortable with and interested in. It’s okay if you have questions or reservations about certain aspects, but both parties must be on board with trying it out. If you’ve agreed on trying out a flogger or whip, you should also establish a safeword or cue together. This is something that floggee can say or do that will immediately stop the scene, no questions asked. Make sure you both agree on what each term will mean before you start. After your sexy flogging session, don’t forget to practice some good aftercare. BDSM can be both physically and emotionally draining, and you’ll both need some time to recover. Rub lotion on the floggee’s skin, snuggle, and have something to eat and drink. You should also check in with each other after every session to make sure you’re both happy with what went down.