Are you tired of tiring your toes worshipping your beloved shoes? Well, we have some news for you: certain disorders have become so popular that people are now willing to worship their beloved feet as well! It’s true! And, as the authors of this little ditty, we feel it is our duty to inform you of the physical challenges that come with feet worship.
For starters, your toes ache from all the pampering. Let’s face it, those ten little puppies are not going to take care of themselves. Whether you’re pedicuring, buffing, or scrubbing, those tootsies are working hard and they need the rest! After all, there is only so much an arch can stand.
Then there is the challenge of finding the perfect socks for your feet. Not all sizes and colors will do – you want something that will really bring out the sparkle in your feet! Then there is the issue of discretion. As if your friends and family didn’t already think you were crazy enough, you have to make sure everyone around you is not clued in to your fetish!
Next, there is the issue of safety. You want to keep your feet in pristine condition, so using the right kind of lotion and balm is essential. Of course, you also want to make sure that your feet are not subjected to any sort of abuse or injury, so make sure that the person you are worshipping them with is not planning on getting too rough with your beloved extremities!
Finally, there is the challenge of balance. When you are walking around with bare feet, or even with the appropriate socks and shoes, make sure that your footing is secure. You don’t want to be slipping and sliding all over the place… That’s to neither your nor your worshipper’s satisfaction!
So, the next time you find yourself in the throes of feet worship, don’t forget to prepare yourself mentally and physically for the challenges that come with it. Good luck! View now.
What role does trust play when engaging in CBT BDSM?
Trust is an essential component of any healthy BDSM relationship, and none more so than a CBT BDSM relationship. Aside from outlining each partner’s expectations and limits during “negotiation’ (a conversation that takes place prior to play in order to establish safe words and boundaries), trust is a prerequisite to successful, enjoyable, and safe BDSM play.
The term “CBT stands for “cock and ball torture, which is exactly as it sounds. It involves the use of objects to inflict physical stimulation, ranging from gentle teasing to more intense levels of concentrated pain. As with any form of BDSM exploration, it is important to remember the “SM in BDSM — as in “sadomasochism, which is a mutual form of pleasure derived from the consensual infliction and/or receipt of pain.
That is why trust is so important when engaging in this particular kind of BDSM play. If a BDSM scene involves CBT, it means the dominant partner will be applying physical stimulation to the submissive’s genitals. Whereas pain can be felt in a variety of ways, no other type of play involves such an intimate level of access and interaction. You can trust that your Dom/me will use the utmost respect and not intentionally hurt you, but trust is still necessary to ensure that your submissive partner feels comfortable enough to truly let go.
Beyond the psychological and emotional dimension of trust, communication is also an important part of a successful CBT BDSM relationship. This is because CBT BDSM requires constant, open dialogue between the partners in order to ensure safety and consent. During sessions, submissives must communicate what they are feeling, either in the form of verbal responses (such as verbal cues like “soft or “harder) or nonverbal cues (such as moans or throat-clearing).
Submissives should also keep an eye out for signs that the Dominant is not enjoying the scene as much as they are. This could be in the form of tenseness or physical discomfort (which can sometimes be mistaken for arousal). If the submissive feels that something is off, they should raise this concern immediately.
Ultimately, trusting your partner during CBT BDSM requires that you both feel secure enough to be vulnerable. It allows for a form of consensual risk-taking that can be incredibly pleasurable — as long as proper communication and trust are present. Happy CBT-ing!