Human Furniture: What It Is and How It Works
Human furniture is a type of BDSM play that involves one person acting as a piece of furniture while the other person or people use them as such. This can include being sat on, used as a footstool, or even as a table.
What Is Human Furniture?
At its core, human furniture is a type of power exchange where one person consents to being objectified and used as a piece of furniture. This can be a form of humiliation play, as the person being used as furniture is often treated as an object rather than a person.
How Does Human Furniture Work?
Human furniture can take many forms, depending on the preferences of the people involved. Some common examples include:
- Being used as a chair or sofa
- Being used as a footstool or ottoman
- Being used as a table or desk
When engaging in human furniture play, it’s important to establish clear boundaries and communication beforehand. This can include discussing what activities are and are not okay, what words or signals will be used to indicate discomfort or the need to stop, and any physical limitations that should be taken into account.
Is Human Furniture Safe?
As with any type of BDSM play, human furniture can be safe when done correctly and with consent. However, there are risks involved, particularly when it comes to physical limitations and the potential for injury. It’s important to establish clear boundaries and communication beforehand, and to check in regularly during the scene to ensure that everyone involved is still comfortable and safe.
Human furniture can be a fun and exciting way to explore power exchange and objectification in a BDSM context. However, it’s important to approach this type of play with caution and to establish clear boundaries and communication beforehand. With the right precautions in place, human furniture can be a safe and enjoyable way to explore your kinks and fetishes.