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BDSM Basics for Beginners

BDSM is a lot like martial arts. You’ve likely seen glimpses of it a couple times growing up, found it interesting, and likely thought that you could just dive into it easy-peasy. You technically could—but not without the risk of getting your ass whooped in the not-so-fun way.

Check out these articles below to brush up on the much appreciated ways we can make your first foray into these practices a safe, sane, and consensual one—so that you and your partner can keep coming back for more!

References & Recommendations

Whether you’re new to BDSM or not, research and reading will be your constant companion throughout your kink journey. The BDSM Wiki is a helpful resource to get you started!

Domina Chase writes: “Have you ever read a BDSM article or discussion thread then suddenly became lost in the vocabulary? Have you ever learned of a new kink but the cis-het or binary language seems to exclude you? Do you just want to find a new kink to explore?

The freshly published Humanistic BDSM glossary at DominaChase.com is here to help!”

Velma Voluptuary writes: “This is a collection of online materials that are useful for newbies and any kinksters. Hubris is the leading cause of injuries, and learning is a constant journey. This will be my Reader’s Digest and I’ll keep adding to it over time. Feel free to send me suggestions by posting links in the comments.”

BDSMWiki.info: “A safeword is generally used rather than the words “no, stop” so that the bottom can scream “no, stop”, etc. as much as s/he wants without really meaning it, and yet still have a way of indicating a serious desire that the scene stops. ”

Read more about them here!

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