Sensory Deprivation Kink: Tips for Couples

Curious about sensory deprivation kink and want to get started?

I’ve written a few articles at Kink Lovers about sensation play because not only do I think it’s a great intro into BDSM, but also because it’s my favorite way to explore secret pleasures with a lover.

Sensory deprivation will heighten and enhance your experience. The most common forms of this kink are the restrictions of sight and sound.

Tips for Sensory Deprivation BDSM

You can use a blindfold, mask, or hood to take away your partner’s sense of sight. These can be found at our online at kink stores like Stockroom.com. If you’re not ready to add to your toy box, just have a look around the house… ties, sleep masks, and hats will do in a pinch.

Not being able to see what your lover is about to do builds so much anticipation that you may get wet or hard before anything actually happens!

Read: Blindfolds, Hoods and Masks, Oh My!

To restrict your lover’s ability to talk, you can use a sexy ball-gag, bondage tape, or a tie of your own fashioning. Just keep in mind you won’t have access to their mouth for inserting things like fingers or a hard cock.

Remember to have a “safe signal” if you need to stop the play for whatever reason.

Read: Ball Gags for Beginners: 6 Types of BDSM Gags

To cut off a sub’s listening abilities, you can use ear plugs. You can also use ear buds or earphones if you want to inject a little atmospheric music into your play.

Sensory Deprivation Bondage

When we think of BDSM sensation play, we often think of the different sensations of touch, but you may want to take away the sense of touch entirely. This isn’t usually a beginner’s choice and involves a lot more trust. Experienced kinksters will use anything from boxes, vacuum sealing to BDSM sleepsacks. Mummification is one unique kink associated with this type of sensory deprivation.

Read: Mummification Bondage Techniques and Safety

Bondage goes hand in hand with sensory deprivation kink and really cranks things up a notch. If you haven’t been tied up or tied a special friend up, check out Bondage for Beginners.

Do you have any kinky sensory deprivation tips or ideas to share?

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