Begging is a kink that involves sexual gratification from begging or pleading, usually to have sex or orgasm. It is a form of power exchange where the person begging is giving up control to the person they are begging to. This kink can be enjoyed by people of all genders and sexual orientations.
Why Do People Enjoy Begging?
For some people, begging can be a form of submission and surrender. It allows them to let go of control and trust their partner to take charge. The act of begging can also be a form of humiliation, which can be arousing for some. Additionally, the act of begging can create a sense of vulnerability, which can be a turn on for some people.
Exploring Begging in the Bedroom
If you are interested in exploring begging in the bedroom, it is important to have a conversation with your partner beforehand. Discuss what you are comfortable with and establish boundaries. It is important to have a safe word in place in case things become too intense.
One way to incorporate begging into your sex life is through dirty talk. Encourage your partner to beg for what they want, or beg for what you want. This can be a fun and playful way to explore begging without going too far.
Another way to explore begging is through orgasm control. Encourage your partner to beg for an orgasm, or deny them an orgasm until they beg for it. This can create a sense of power exchange and can be a turn on for both partners.
Begging for Specific Acts
If you are comfortable with it, you can also encourage your partner to beg for specific sexual acts. This can create a sense of anticipation and can be a turn on for both partners.
Safety and Consent
As with any kink, it is important to establish clear boundaries and have a safe word in place. Make sure that both partners are comfortable with the level of intensity and that consent is given before engaging in any sexual acts.
The Bottom Line
Begging can be a fun and exciting way to explore power exchange and submission in the bedroom. As with any kink, it is important to communicate with your partner, establish boundaries, and prioritize safety and consent.