“Feathery Touch” Pervertables #atozchallenge (Adult)

In Bound and Unbroken, Eric and Lena use clothespins for a scene in a BDSM club–it’s actually one of my favorite scenes, so I’m spending my A-Z challenge looking  at all of the other ordinary objects that could have a pervertable side.

Today is “F” and I’m going with a feather–another great item to have around for sensory play.

I’ve mentioned sensory play a few times in previous posts, but since I have some people following along who might not be familiar with the details, sensory play is defined as “BDSM play where the intent is to push the subject’s sensory limits, using light touch, heat/cold, objects of different textures, etc. Often in conjunction with sensory deprivation.” (Definition borrowed from A Submissive’s Initiative)

I’m trying to think of other “F” household items and the only thing I can think of is Flannel. Funnel? Fire–only if you’re trained and really know what you’re doing.

What else can we play with today? Add to my “F” list!!

Remember, these posts are for fun. Be safe, sane, and consensual always! Communication and education are very important if you’re planning to start out in any BDSM relationship, so don’t jump into anything without asking questions and doing research.

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10 thoughts on ““Feathery Touch” Pervertables #atozchallenge (Adult)

    1. Ah–food is good–like chocolate. Flannel is good, too. I’ve got some heroes in my books who wear flannel shirts could be interesting when the heroine puts it on and smells his cologne, soap, whatever…

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  1. Scarily enough the first word that came to mind was ‘flamengo’.

    how about ‘flamenco dancer’ instead? 😛

    Umm … flame. oh yeah! that’s a good one.

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  2. Sensory play is something Sir and I haven’t really done much of, concentrating on things like knife play and spanking….but I guess running the blunt side of a cold blade over red hot freshly spanked skin would count on the sensory play spectrum. 😉

    Flip

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