Thursdays With Lawrence: BDSM Play Room

The play room I’m about to tell you about is definitely NOT one you want the kiddos in, EVER! I am very serious about that statement. A BDSM “play room” or “sex dungeon” is NEVER a safe place for minors. Always, always, ALWAYS install a good working lock on the door to the play room!

So what exactly is a “play room”? Well, it is a room where BDSM sessions are held and where all the gear and toys are stored away safely. You may have as little or as much in this room as you desire. Best advice is to just start small and slowly build up. You can either have a bed in there or not. There really is no right or wrong way to decorate and set up a play room. It’s all a matter of preference, but also with safety in mind as well.

What kind of toys/gear/furniture are in a play room? Oh man, the list can get pretty long, but basically here is what you could expect

Furniture

-Bed (possibly four post or with a head and foot board with the capability to tie or attach restraints to them)

-Couch

-X Beam (for spreading and restraining ankles and wrists whilst standing upright)

-Examination Table (for those who enjoy ‘medical play/examinations’)

Gear and Toys

-Suspension hook (safely anchored to the ceiling)

-Suspension cable

-Overhead metal rod (for binding arms over the head)

-Riding crops, paddles, floggers and whips

-Wrist and Ankle Restraints

-Spreader Bars

-Blind folds or other vision restrictors

-Sense play tools such as feather ticklers, velvet or satin ties or even metal spiked rollers.

Now obviously I haven’t listed everything that can possibly be in a play room, but you get the idea. It all depends on the owner of the play room, primarily the Dominant, but also the submissive is always welcome to offer suggestions on what items they would like to have in the room as well.

The purpose of the play room is to have fun with the BDSM lifestyle and play. Pain can be turned into pleasure and vice a versa. It can be an exhilarating or an excruciating experience depending on your activities, perception and response to the stimuli both emotionally and physically.

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