7 Kinky Sex Toys to Try if You Love Spankings

7 Kinky Sex Toys to Try if You Love Spankings

A spanking is as simple as the palm of one person’s hand landing on another person’s bottom. You might not think sex toys have a place in spankings. Think again. Kinky sex toys can enhance your pleasure and pain, whether they’re designed to leave behind a red mark or not. If you’re into spanking your partner or being spanked, here are a few kinky toys that can take your fun to a new level.

Note: Do not try any of these kinky sex toys on a partner without their consent and without practicing first. Safety is extremely important in all aspects of sexual play but especially any that can cause pain or harm.

Blindfold

BlindfoldWhile not technically a sex toy designed to make your spanking feel different, blindfolds heighten almost any experience. The simple act of not being able to see allows you to focus on your other senses. You listen more carefully to what’s happening around you and pay attention to the smallest details. If you get off on losing control, a blindfold is a relatively easy way to give up control.

Ball Gag

Ball gags have plenty of applications in kinky play from forcing your partner to mumble to making them drool. A ball gag used during a spanking may allow your partner the freedom to make more noise. It’s also another easy and effective way to give up more control without adding more pain or intensity to the spanking. For people new to ball gags, start with a smaller size or look for a gag with holes to make breathing easier.

Feathers and Ticklers

Feathers and TicklersWho says all spanking and impact play have to hurt? With a feather or tickler, you can add a different sensation to your next spanking. In between smacks, run the feather over your partner’s body. It’ll break up the sensations and give them space to breathe and calm down. This kind of stimulation will also keep them guessing about what’s coming next. And even a feather can feel intense on a freshly spanked butt, especially if it’s red hot.

Straps and Slappers

Straps and slappers don’t require a lot of extra skill but practice before the first time you use it. They can also be made of different materials. They’re often lighter and thinner than other impact play sex toys. Straps and slappers are known for a stinging pain and leaving red marks on the skin, depending on how hard you use it. You can, purposefully with practice or accidentally, bring the edge down on your partner. This creates a sharper, more painful sensation.

Paddles

PaddlesPaddles are often heavier additions to a spanking. Like straps and slappers, they don’t take a lot of extra skill, although practicing with a pillow or the bed first is always the safest option. Start small and light before picking up a heavier paddle. You can find paddles in a variety of materials from wood to leather and in different colors including black, pink, purple, red, and more. Depending on the weight of the paddle and how you use it, it can produce a heavy thud or a sharp sting.

Floggers

What sets a flogger apart from other kinky impact toys are the strands at the end. They can be made of any material including suede, leather, paracord, cables, and even wires. Floggers take special skill in order to wield them properly. When the tips of the strands strike the body, it creates a stinging sensation. If you let the strands land squarely on the body and slow down your movements, your partner feels more of a thud. As you get better at using the flogger, you can speed up your strikes which will intensify the stimulation.

Crops and Whips

Both crops and whips produce a similar sting but in very different ways. A crop has a small tongue on the end that strikes a person’s body while a whip is designed to strike at the tip but has a lot more length to it. A crop is best for beginners as the intensity is determined by the force you use and where you hit. Whipping requires practice and skill. You have to know how to strike and where to strike. Both create a sharp, stinging sensation, but crops are better for beginners.

Conclusion

For some people, all they want is a hand on their ass during a spanking. For others, adding kinky sex toys is exciting. Talk to your partner before introducing any new adult toy, especially one designed to take away control or cause pain. Both of you should have an understanding of how and when your kinky toy will be used and what it feels like. Once you’ve figured that out, start slow and build up to more intense play. Check in with each other, use a safeword, and stop when it gets to be too much. The whole point of using kinky sex toys is to have fun and make a great experience even better.

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3 responses to “7 Kinky Sex Toys to Try if You Love Spankings”

  1. Vince. 913-707-1442 says:

    Awe. Some.

  2. Mark says:

    The author has made a good effort to try to present the subject. Rather than feather a wartenberg wheel or vampire nails are very sensuous. Some very experienced tops also use knives which can be very sensuous to some bottoms. One element that is woefully missing is bondage, which can intensify the experience many fold – similarly to the blind fold. Another toy that is missing is the cane. The cane is a very simple device and yet is similar to the single tail whip in complexity and certainly take a lot of practice. Both the top and the bottom have to know the cross-over between sting and thud and which the bottom responds best too. This is critical to have happy and full-filling experience.
    Just my take on it – I have been pursuing it all my rather long life and still don’t truly understand it.

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