Bdsm limits checklist

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There are some I find to be too complicated, and others too simplistic. Feel free to download, edit, update, change, and utilize the list for yourself:. This is so the person filling it out can do so as clearly as possible, and the person reading it can interpret their answers relatively accurately. Alongside the long list of activities to be rated, there are often a few ways each activity can be rated.

In my checklist I ask people to rate each activity in a of different ways in order to get a more comprehensive idea about how my sub actually experiences each activity. In part this is because I have a wide range of interests and skills, but this is not the only reason.

There are definitely a of items on the checklist that I do not offer at all, or that I do not engage in with everyone. The reason for this is an important one. I want my sub to feel comfortable telling me about them , not what they think I want to hear. By offering a more comprehensive list of activities, I offer my new partners an opportunity to answer questions they may never have been asked before. I want that. I want my partners telling me more about their interests and experiences rather than less.

This is helpful in other ways too. Why use a checklist? I like checklists. Checklist answers will, of course, change in time as people evolve and gain more experiences or as the relationship grows. While a checklist should not be considered consent, it is a great way to become inspired. One of the first things I look at is what areas of play we seem compatible in. Next I spend some time musing on the things they like. For example, maybe I have no interest in getting super into pet training with a sub who really likes that.

What I do not use a checklist for: I never use a checklist to replace conversation and proper negotiation. First of all, someone writing down that they love to be beaten with a cane, is not consent for me to beat them with a cane. Sometimes the definition of what a soft limit vs. BDSM checklists are a way to amass a large amount of general and personal information, not extract detailed meaning. All in all, BDSM checklists are a great tool. Like any tool they can be incredibly helpful or extremely limited depending on what you want accomplished. Remember that the answers you receive only apply to the person who filled it out at the moment they filled it out.

They are certainly not a replacement for conversation or ongoing check-ins. If some time has passed, consider having your partner fill a checklist out again. This writing takes time, research, and consideration. It is my art. Please help me pay rent: Patreon , offer Support or me directly. Thank you. For secure donations : Support the Artist. You can also support me through my Patreon : www. Address. ABCs Of Kink. A few of the tools I play with…. Share it.

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Bdsm limits checklist

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Using Checklists to Figure Out Your Kinky Limits