4 Ways Your BDSM Scene Can Accidentally Go Wrong

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  1. rabbitheart says:

    I remember being in bondage in a kneeling position on my needs & having some knee pain. While it was still enjoyable, it was hard to be in the moment because my mind kept going back knee discomfort. I didn’t speak up until afterwards. So now use a pillow which helps.

    • Kayla Lords says:

      A little bit of unwanted sensation (pain or otherwise) can definitely bring you out of the scene. We’ve had to give up on kneeling for that reason. Glad you found a trick that works for you. 🙂

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