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    Want to give a boost to your antics? Discover new games and pleasures with our Soft BDSM range made in France! Handcrafted using the saddle stitch technique, our cork accessories will accompany you in your exploration of Bondage and BDSM.

    What is BDSM?

    BDSM is a generic term that refers to a range of sexual practices and preferences that can be divided into the following groups: Bondage and Discipline, Domination and Submission, Sadism and Masochism.

    Although some people think that BDSM is solely a sexual practice, in some cases sex need not be involved - the mental connotations of certain acts are more exciting than the prelude to a particular act leading to sex.

    Bondage and Discipline:

    Bondage is the deprivation of a person's freedom of movement. This is usually done with the help of ropes, handcuffs or special devices. Bondage creates a power relationship between two partners in which one has total control over the other. Bondage can also be used to force the body into a specific position. Depriving one's partner of vision, for example by wearing a night mask, is considered bondage. The suppression of one sense reinforces the others.

    Discipline is the means of ensuring that an action is carried out or a task is completed by a partner, usually through the application of punishment in a dominant/submissive dynamic. It is associated with Bondage in BDSM.

    Sadism and Masochism:

    Sadism and Masochism, or SM for short, are terms used to refer to pain, specifically hurting someone or feeling pain oneself.

    Masochists like to feel pain, while sadists like to do things that cause pain to their partner. Painful stimulation causes the release of endorphins, making the submissive's sexual experience even more intense. S&M is always done by mutual informed consent. Painful stimuli can be applied, for example with swifts, whips, nipple clamps etc.

    Many of the specific practices of BDSM lovers are carried out in neutral, mutually consenting relationships. The emphasis on informed consent is of paramount importance when performing a BDSM act, as BDSM often involves varying degrees of pain, physical restraint and bondage. Each participant must therefore understand all the ins and outs of the session they are about to participate in.

    Tying up your lover, spanking them or putting a chain around their neck and making them walk on all fours are just a few examples of BDSM activities.

    While these activities may be considered "kinky", remember that if you don't enjoy these kinds of things but still want to explore BDSM, there are a range of fetishes beyond these dominant-dominated dynamics: preferences for particular smells or fabrics and forms of play that don't revolve around power exchanges.

    The most important thing to remember is that it is a game. For example, if you're getting into bondage, you're probably looking to have a bit of fun exploring something you've never tried before and it's important to remember that, as with all good things that happen in the bedroom, the top priority should be to have fun and enjoy yourself.

    To have fun and enjoyment, it is best to be relaxed and always respect your partner. Remember that you can stop at any time if you don't feel like it.

    Explore new pleasures with BDSM accessories:

    GOLIATE offers a range of Soft BDSM accessories made of cork (which many call "vegetable leather"). All our products are handmade with the saddle stitch technique, in a workshop in Burgundy Franche-Comté.

    All our Soft BDSM products are guaranteed for life.

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