Links Tagged: Health and safety
|Suspension.org||Some Notes on Safety for Meeting Online and Off
|Safety in BDSM||Playing and Staying Safe
|Dangers and Techniques of SM|
Extensive listing of dangers and techniques of SM
|BDSM Toys and the Risk of Infectious Disease
Many people are aware that toys which come in contact with body fluids, such as plugs, gags, and cutting blades, should be carefully disinfected. However, lower-risk toys such as ropes, cuffs, floggers, and paddles are often overlooked.
|BDSM: General Safety Tips and Common Sense|
General Safety Tips for beginners
|Ambrosio's BDSM Site|
Extensive resource for BDSM
|Test Your Bondage Safety I.Q.
|Slave Safety: Advice From One Slave To His Brothers
|Womb to Play|
Bondage.com article, very interesting.
|Is anal sex safe? Why do people do it?
|Information on Safer Sex and BDSM||Potty All the Time
by Baadmaster and Naia
|Piss Play||Ambrosio's Health and Safety Pages
Diverse and Comprehensive Safety Information
|Jay Wiseman's Essays on Breath Control|
Lots of good information about Breath Play and the Safety of doing it right.
A Comprehensive listing of many injuries that could happen in and out of scene.
|Safety For Women|
Short essay of safety for women in the scene.
|Before, During and After Care
Short definitions to define what care is needed.
|Slave Safety||Abuse and Safety in BDSM
In any relationship these things can happen: Sexual, Physical, Emotional, Financial, Verbal and Mental ABUSE. Inside the home when someone tries to control you by bullying, bashing, threatening, name calling, harassing, frightening and isolating you, it is called DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. This behavior is not acceptable. IT IS NOT YOUR FAULT.
|Are You Being Abused?|
Domestic violence is not the same as consensual s/m. Yet, abusive relationships do exist within the leather-s/m community, as with all groups. Unfortunately, due to our sexual orientation, abused persons who are into s/m may suffer additional isolation and may hesitate to turn to available resources for fear of rejection or of giving credence to stereotypes.
|Safe||National Leather Association - Domestic Violence Project
he vision of the NLA-I Domestic Violence Project is to create a national and international network to provide information, appropriate referrals, resources, and safe shelters for those in the world community who have been subjected to abusive and violent BDSM relationships and who are seeking a way out of those relationships or who require a more extensive support network than is otherwise available to them.
|Interview with TrailMaster about being a DM|
A DM does not have to know how to "do" every type of BDSM to be able to DM. A DM simply needs to know what to look for, what should NOT be done and the difference between what makes a scene safe and un-safe.