I could not find anything definitive on BDSM but Islam does consider self harm, anal sex and homosexuality as prohibited acts. The second was “that just because something is consensual doesnâ€™t make it OK: â€œto humiliate another human being or degrade the equality of a marriage would be frowned upon by Jewish law”.Flogging is still used as punishment for such crimes as drinking alcohol. Well if you are a life styler then you know that second comment is obviously written by someone which knows nothing about BDSM. Yes there may be some acts that the majority of the population may interpret as degrading on face value, but that is not the purpose of the act. Hinduism is probably the most liberated of all the religions discussed here when it comes to sexual views.Buddhism is most concerned with whether an action is helpful, based on good intentions, and freedom from harm.Thus, a specific act can sometimes be either permissible or not permissible, depending upon its context.
I want to get to a place where words are gone- there may be grunting, growling, moaning, nonsense syllables crying or silence; maybe even all of above.“Primal” doesn’t necessarily have to mean “rough”; it’s more a matter of being raw and unfiltered, whatever the feelings are.I’m not sure it’s possible to play completely primal.You may have noticed the word “primal” showing up on Fetlife and other places in the community. But I’ve had trouble finding even a basic definition, on Fetlife (or anywhere) that’s related to “primal” as a role in BDSM, kink or sexual dynamics.arch, big, capital, cardinal, central, chief, dominant, first,grand, great, greatest, highest, key, leading, main,master, number one, numero uno, overbearing, overmastering, overriding, paramount, predominant, preeminent, premier, foremost, primary, principal, prior, sovereign(The Submissive Guide gives an interesting definition of primal play in a post here.It’s one of the ways you can identify yourself in the kink world or your role in the relationship/play dynamics. I’d like to add that though a wrestling match or take down may be what the Dominant has in mind, speaking for myself (always), primal play is broader than that: I want to start from or get to a place, where the feelings are primary- pure, raw, animal emotions, sensation and/or instinct.Again, nothing definitive on Islam and BDSM….it definitely happens behind closed doors. There is nothing in the Torah that prohibits the practice of BDSM, as long as there is no force involved i.e. Even homosexuality, which is not necessarily well seen everywhere, is not clearly rejected in Hindu religious text.”.”…hmm…devotion you say.Sex is considered divine but only between a married couple.If we start with the basic definition above, then we can think of primal play in the kink context as getting to a place where the masks of our civilized selves can fall away and we can act on our urges more directly, letting ourselves really play, give over to our feelings and impulses.These can be raw, rough sexual feelings, but they could also be joy, silliness, deep feelings of love and intimacy, feelings of deep tenderness, even sadness and grief.She also enjoys making a variety of BDSM toys for Her own use.Having owned two BDSM websites for 9 years, She retired Her cruel pen in 2016 but has donated Her advice posts to the Dominant Guide for posterity.