Piquerism is an interest in stabbing, sticking, or otherwise penetrating the skin with sharp objects — think knives, pins, or nails. In mild scenarios, sticking the buttocks or genitalia with a pin may be enough to provide gratification. Some interests, however, are more extreme. Any object that is sharp can be used.
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The opinions contained in this article are solely that of the contributing author and should not be attributed to Talktome. BDSM knife play is still considered one of the edgier activities. But of course, proper caution must be taken. Most people consider knives as weapons and not sexual items. Veteran knife-play enthusiasts will often relay the notion- If you and a consenting partner are considering entering knife play into a kink scene, you first need to make sure your view of a knife is evolved. During knife play the skin should never be cut. Knife play during a kink session can be used in a number of ways, physically or purely psychologically.
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For every one activity that I really wanted to try, there were two that I said I never wanted to try. There seemed to be infinitely more zeros which indicated hard limits than threes which indicated things that I definitely needed. My partner and I looked at our lists in despair and wondered if our bondage, spanking play, and other such tame yet kinky activities were far too vanilla to be considered part of the lifestyle. We shrugged our shoulders, tucked our checklists away, and decided we could call ourselves kinky if we wanted to, and moved on assuming that we would never even consider any of those zeros ever again. I did not seek out any of my zeros intentionally when I read blogs or perused people's online kink profiles, but some of them seemed to find their way onto my computer screen.
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