7 BDSM Problems Only Kinky People Will Understand

Because, dom, sub or switch, dignity is always optional:

housewife1) It was only after the order of silence that Malcolm realized he desperately needed to pee. Unfortunately his skill at charades was such that all his wiggling, whimpering and pointing made Mistress think he was looking to be edged. Again.

2) Clara tried very hard to be inclusive to other people’s comfort levels, not because she thought she deserved a cookie, but because it was only polite. To her horror as she was introducing a newbie to the people at the munch she realized that she had not only blanked on someone’s name, but which pronouns fit them best- despite having hung out joking with them at every single kinky event over the last six months.

3) It was only part way into the scene that he realized his missing dress belt had accidentally fallen into the toy bag, and was now being expertly wielded by his dom on their mutual sub. On the one hand he needed it for a job interview in an hour. On the other hand they were so much in the zone he didn’t want to intervene to retrieve it.

4) Waking up in bed, she stretched, yawned and there was a yowl and a thud as her feet nudged and pushed Kitty from their precarious but cozy position curled up at her feet and into the wadded up laundry pile at the foot of the bed. It took a lot of pocky before Kitty stopped sulking.

5) While discussing his panic attacks, the therapist asked him if he had every heard of CBT. He blushed.

6) Safeword during brutal spanking scene. Her top paused, alarmed. Had he pushed he too far this time? Nope, her eyebrow was itchy.

7) Having kinky parents was cool- they understood everything. Only she wanted to introduce her new boyfriend Kevin in some other way that fucking up the scheduling and both attending the same play party, with them arriving when she was in mid-scene. It would have been better if dad had *not* provided a friendly suggestion about her fisting technique.

What’s your worst case scenarios, awkward moments and other unique to BDSM problems?

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  1. 5. Oh lord, 5. She still says it, and I still giggle every single time because apparently I am twelve.

    Adding:

    -Getting out the TENS unit for (kink-type) CBT only to find you’ve used up the battery trying to ease end-of-semester shoulder pain. And the spare battery, too.

    -Practicing with a new lash, right up until the cat perks up. “Are those pretty leather strings for ME? Are we playing?” (Thank goodness my cat is very polite.)

    -Me: *bangs knee on desk* “OW!”
    Everyone: “Oh, stop whining; we know what you do on weekends.”

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  2. I did not need to laugh this loud, this close to bed time

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  3. biglove1963

     /  December 7, 2014

    When you let your sister in law and her husband use the guest house, and realize the riding crop is parked on your cowboy boot, all to obvious in the bedroom closet.

    Mick

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  4. Constance

     /  December 7, 2014

    Awkward moment : Having a really geeky/gamer conversation with a couple of very vanilla friends, arguing about the best move. Explaining the choice to give my character the “grappling chain” skill so I can bring the enemy to me. *Come here* i yell mimicking my character. * I won’t let you get away! Best move ever!* My friend counter argue *Nope that just you dominant side showing!*

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  5. Once upon a time my partner (another Dom) and I were talking about his therapy and mental health. I told him that I thought he should look into CBT…
    Yeah, that went over well. After I finally stopped laughing I managed to explain that no, I was not using his mental health as an excuse to torture him. It was a different kind of CBT.

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  6. Summer Hot, Midnight, Front door open, all of a sudden next door neighbour appears without a noise and says I’m moving do you want this? Holding out a box.

    I freak, jump from my chair, Butt Plug falls out, rolls onto the floor then I realise genitals are tied to chair.

    Now, I want to be good neighbour, but – I’m afraid there were
    some explitives, and I never got to say goodbye properly.

    I feel awful about that.

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