Electricity is often something that many look upon with horror in their eyes. It is considered to be unpredictable, invisible and its consequences are often deadly. We are nurtured since childhood that electricity is something dangerous and something you should stay away from, and to some extent, there is basically a culturally conditioned fear around the concept of electricity.

Many of these assertions and assumptions about electricity that I’ve mentioned are true in most cases and that is precisely why electroplay is considered as edge play in the world of BDSM.

Electricity is invisible, odorless and potentially dangerous, but it is not so unpredictable as you might think, as long as you have the necessary knowledge.

I would even go so far as to say that the electroplay is basically harmless as long as you know what you are doing, using dedicated equipment and you’re making sure the person you are playing with do not have

any medical conditions that may be affected by electricity.

As some of you might already know, one of my favorite kink is electroplay and I’ve been using my TENS unit for some years now.

One of the great pleasures of electroplay, when using a TENS, is that there is no predictability for the submissive. What comes out of the cables is simply impossible to predict for the submissive party. This could be compared to when you are using a flogger, where air and noise sends subconscious signals before hitting the skin. In other words, a totally different experience.

Another great pleasure with the electroplay is the ability to take advantage of the culturally conditioned fear, which provides an interesting foundation in a session.

The lack of predictability for the submissive, when using a TENS unit, can also be a disadvantage, as there is a lack of response and reaction based on anticipation. The submissive is simply unable to predict what is going to happen. Personally, I enjoy the reaction of anticipation and it is something that I like to work with during a session.

TENS units are, in other words, quite boring because they are completely invisible when in use, unlike a flogger that is visual, makes a sound and sometimes even smell.

These are the most significant reasons that I’ve decided to go a step further in my electroplay and so I’ve invested in a violet wand.

A violet wand is visual when it is used, it has as many nuances that are similar to when you are using a flogger, i.e how the violet wand is felt is affected by how it is handled – And above all, it is as flexible as a flogger or whip.

It also delivers a characteristic sound that contributes to the psychological dimension of the game, the sound is something that can create both fear and expectation at the same time.

I’m really looking forward to when I get it delivered and when that has happened, then I will write more in detail about the experience of it.


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