The Beginner’s Guide To Flogging #BDSM

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Original Article Written By Christina Mandara Writing For Marquis Magazine

If you’re looking to increase the heat in your bedroom routine, there’s no better place to start than the flogger. Whilst some impact toys can come across as a little scary, the flogger looks relatively harmless. This can be deceiving as some floggers can pack quite a sting, but they don’t have to hurt. Depending on which materials you choose, the sensations can differ from a gentle tissue massage to an erupting volcano, so it’s important to choose wisely.

Understanding the basics

— Flogging isn’t all about pain —

Floggers can generally be split into two categories: sting or thud. Narrow, thin tails often produce more ‘sting’ and wider tails will usually provide a good ‘thud.’ The sting might hurt after a few rounds, whereas the thud can be a more gentle pressure, building up a slow but steady heat.

The fewer tails your flogger has, the more sting it will likely provide. Lightweight leather and suede floggers with lots of tails will provide a far softer thud, which makes them ideal for beginners. Floggers that are created from soft, wide rope can be very gentle, but those designed with narrow cord or horsehair can be intense. If you’re new to flogging, make sure you stay away from anything with knotted or braided flails, because these can really hurt.

Also, the longer a flogger is, the more painful it will be, as it acts more like a single tailed whip. When you’re starting out, make sure the flogger is no longer than the length of your arm, and the tails should be shorter than your forearm. Longer floggers will be more difficult to control, be prone to getting tangled, and present the added risk of you accidentally hitting yourself.

Lastly, the faster you move a flogger, the more the final impact will hurt. If you want to start gently, use slow, measured strokes.

Choosing the right material

Not all floggers are created equal. There are so many different choices available it can be difficult to know where to begin. Even choosing a leather flogger will require consideration. Deer, cow, suede, bull, or buffalo? Here’s a quick guide to choosing the right leather for your needs.

Deer – This is ideal for beginners. It’s soft, lightweight, and has just a slight thud with no sting. If you’re going to engage in some sensation play or just want a gentle massage, this is the one to go for.

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