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Everything That's Wrong with Your BDSM Limits List – And How To Fix It

Limits are those boundaries that we set for ourselves because of physical, emotional, mental, social or psychological hesitations, morals or values we want to uphold and dislike for some things. For most submissives, we put together a rudimentary limits list as soon as we know what BDSM you will have limitations, you just need to find the words for them.

 1. You don’t know your limits.

Brand new to BDSM checklist to help you figure out your limits. So start with what you know. You know that you are interested in rope bondage and your fantasies have your partner holding you down and calling you dirty names. So list those things as some things you’d like to try.

Then think about the things in your life that you don’t want. Do you want to get married eventually? Have kids? What were the problems in your past relationships that you’d like to make a point to set a limit so it doesn’t happen again?

What are your preferences regarding safe sex, friends, alcohol, drugs? Health and body modification?

2. Your limits are a list of play restrictions.

You’ve poured through a BDSM. Do you want love? Affection? Romance? What about having children or control in parenting? Do you have a special sitcom addiction that you don’t want messed with? How about help with smoking cessation or weight loss? Do you like to go clubbing and don’t want someone telling you that you can’t?

All of these things and more are a part of your whole package of limits. So if the BDSM checklist is only a start, as you are beginning to realize. We are all unique people and our limits will reflect that. I have a re-breathing fear and so some hoods are a soft limit and head bags are a hard limit. But I also have a soft limit on lectures for wrongdoing? Yeah, it has nothing to do with

Author Since: Jul 26, 2018