sploshingIt’s unfortunate that so many sexual kinks simply get dismissed as weird. The more unusual they are, the more likely that fans of the practice are going to get branded as weirdos and marginalised. It’s not unusual to get turned on by things that might seem weird and first, and it takes a lot of courage to be able to come out and admit these things to another person. Best case scenario, the other party with either be on board or willing to give it a try. If you’re curious about some of the lesser known types of sex play out there, read on!

3 Lesser Known Types of Sex Play

In the spirit of being open minded, we’ve done some digging and found some of the lesser known kinks that get people going. We’ve done our research on some of the lesser known types of sex play out there so that you don’t have to. You never know, one of these kinks might lead to your next big experiment in the bedroom.

Sissy Play

For any modern women with feminist ideals, this one will probably be difficult to swallow. Sissy play is essentially a form of power play. It can often be used to make BDSM scenarios a little more tantalising. It involves the male party taking on a submissive and “sissy” role either for humiliation or for simple role reversal. The man might dress up, do domestic chores, or act as a servant to their other half.

So, why do people do it?

Role reversal can be seriously hot. Even without any elements of humiliation, it can be sexy as hell to assume the role of another person. It’s like a heightened form of role play. If you’re not sure how to bring role play into the bedroom, follow our advice in this article.

As with all BDSM play, it’s important to have an open dialogue before, during and after any serious sex play. If gender identification plays a part for either party, it’s important to be able to talk about this after.

Sensation Play

Sex is all about sensations, and sensation play simply heightens these feelings. You might not be into spanking or getting tied up, but there is a branch of BDSM that many people forget about. The D in BDSM stands for discipline, and this plays a huge part in sensation play.

Imagine lying there being tickled and you aren’t allowed to move. Imagine not being able to writhe away from a cold sensation. How much could you handle? While sensations might not be inherently kinky, taking it to the extreme and making it a part of a dom/sub control play scenario can be hot as hell.

If you’re feeling a little vanilla but want to give dom/sub play a try, sensation play is probably the easiest way to try it without feeling like you’re in 50 Shades of Grey.

Sploshing

If you’ve ever been turned on by the sight of people getting covered in whipped cream, then you might be into sploshing. Sloshing is a branch of wet and messy, or WAM, which is a kink characterised by getting turned on by getting messy. Sploshing is all about food, and it doesn’t even need to include nudity. Sploshing is all about getting messy and not caring about it.

There are two sides to sploshing. On the one side, there are people who are aroused by the sensation of being covered in messy food – the stickier and more tactile, the better. On the other side, there are people who get aroused by the sight of other people getting covered head to toe in messy food. The person getting covered in food might be fully clothed or dressed in latex or leather. Wearing white while sploshing is a particular branch of sploshing that many people enjoy.

The easiest way to try this with your partner is with a simple can of whipped cream. You’ve probably already tried sploshing and you didn’t even know it. Next time you get the whipped cream from the fridge, put down some bed sheets you don’t really care about and see how messy you can get.

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