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Tickler and Feathers BDSM

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Tickler and Feathers BDSM 

Enjoy the erotic touch of your partner using feathers and ticklers and give in to your lust. 

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Ticklers and feathers in BDSM refer to the use of soft or fluffy materials such as feathers, fur or soft brushes to stimulate the skin for the purpose of sexual pleasure or fetish exploration. They are often used in a form of sensory play, where the goal is to tease and tantalize the skin, rather than to cause pain.

There are a variety of products that can be used in tickling and feather play, including:

  • Feather ticklers: These are implements that have feathers attached to the end of a handle. They are used to lightly stroke the skin, creating a sensation of tickling.
  • Fur ticklers: These are implements that have fur attached to the end of a handle. They are used to lightly stroke the skin, creating a sensation of tickling.
  • Paddle brush: These are implements that have soft bristles attached to the end of a handle. They are used to lightly stroke the skin, creating a sensation of tickling.


Highlights of tickling and feather play in BDSM:

  • It can be used to create a sense of control and submission in a BDSM dynamic
  • It can be used to explore new boundaries and limits in terms of sexual activity
  • It can be a way to achieve a heightened sense of vulnerability and submission
  • It can be used to tease and tantalize the skin without causing pain


Disadvantages of tickling and feather play in BDSM:

  • It can be uncomfortable or painful if not done properly
  • It can be psychologically risky if the person is not prepared for the feelings of vulnerability or isolation that may arise
  • It can be difficult to control the intensity and duration of the tickling
  • It can be difficult to use on all areas of the body


As always, it is important to remind that BDSM practices require mutual consent and communication, and safety is a key aspect of it. Before engaging in tickling and feather play, it is essential to discuss it with your partner, establish boundaries, and have a safe word.