Tit Play

Clamps & clothespins

Nipple clamps, tweaked tits, clothespins and teeth. Tit and nipple play can be a warm up or a scene unto itself. If you’re dealing with unbroken skin, there is no risk of getting or passing HIV or other STDs. If there’s blood or broken skin, take a look at the HIV/STD risk reduction section.

If you decide to play with clothes pins, nipple clamps or any other devices that cut off circulation to tits or nipples, a good rule is to limit it to 15 minutes before adjusting or moving your preferred torture devices. (And we mean 15 minutes by clock; don’t trust your sense of time in a scene!) Check tits to make sure they don’t get overly cold, too numb or drastically change colors. Full tit/breast bondage (for those with fleshy chests) will affect the color, and should be checked often in order not to permanently damage tissue.

It’s a myth that striking tits causes breast cancer, but if someone has a history of cystic breasts or abnormal mammograms, you can lower the risk of damaging tissue by keeping things to a light slapping.

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