What is Nonconsensual?
Nonconsensual is a kink for sex without consent, also known as rape play or forced sex play. This kink involves one partner pretending to be forced into sexual activity by the other partner. It is important to note that all nonconsensual sexual activities and play are forms of sexual assault or rape. This is illegal, traumatizing and can be dangerous.
Why do People Engage in Nonconsensual?
Some people may engage in nonconsensual play as a way to explore power dynamics in a safe and consensual way. They may enjoy the idea of being dominated or dominating someone else. However, it is important to note that nonconsensual play should only be done between consenting adults who have established boundaries and safe words.
Consent is Key
Consent is always necessary, even in nonconsensual play. It is important to establish boundaries and safe words before engaging in any type of sexual activity. Safe words are words or phrases that are agreed upon and used to stop the activity immediately if someone feels uncomfortable or unsafe.
The Risks of Nonconsensual Play
Nonconsensual play can be traumatic and dangerous. It can trigger past traumas or cause physical harm. It is important to establish clear boundaries and communicate with your partner before engaging in any type of nonconsensual play. If you are not comfortable with the idea of nonconsensual play, it is important to communicate that with your partner.
If you have experienced sexual assault or rape, it is important to seek help. There are resources available for survivors of sexual assault, including therapy and support groups. It is important to remember that you are not alone and that there is help available.