What is Trampling?
Trampling is a BDSM activity that involves one person inflicting force onto another person using their feet or shoes. This can include walking, standing, or jumping on another person’s body.
The History of Trampling
Trampling has been a part of BDSM culture for many years. It was first popularized in the 1970s and 1980s in Japan, where it was known as “shibari.” In recent years, trampling has become more mainstream and is now enjoyed by people all over the world.
Why Do People Enjoy Trampling?
People enjoy trampling for a variety of reasons. For some, it’s the feeling of power and control they get from being the one doing the trampling. For others, it’s the sensation of being dominated and controlled by someone else. Some people enjoy the physical sensations of being trampled, while others enjoy the psychological aspect of the fetish.
Types of Trampling
There are several different types of trampling, including:
- Barefoot trampling
- Shoe trampling
- High heel trampling
- Boots trampling
- Jumping trampling
As with any BDSM activity, it’s important to take safety precautions when engaging in trampling. Here are a few things to keep in mind:
- Make sure the person being trampled is comfortable with the activity and has given their consent.
- Start slowly and gradually increase the intensity of the trampling.
- Avoid trampling on sensitive areas of the body, such as the face, neck, or genitals.
- Use a safe word to indicate when the trampling needs to stop.
- Check in with each other after the trampling to make sure everyone is okay.
Trampling can be a fun and exciting BDSM activity for those who enjoy it. As with any kink, it’s important to communicate with your partner and take safety precautions to ensure a positive experience for everyone involved.