I can’t say I’m a fan of the “shades” of kink that seem to have become popularized as of late. Bored housewives across America have become eager to break out a whip or some candles and potentially risk a little trip over to the emergency room with the not-so-terrible objective of adding a little spice to an otherwise routine act.
If you are going to explore some of your “darker” desires, it might be a good idea to look up these folks: Laura Antoniou and Mollena Williams. They are actually part of the community, have written books and provided instruction on the subject.
As part of my own exploration of kink, I have always had a fascination with electricity. I shocked myself a few times in passing on electrical cords, touching ungrounded plugs and the other occasional hazards kids and sometimes adults come across.
Lately, electrical stimulation, or e-stim for short has been coming up on my occasional searches for new and interesting porn. I was intrigued, and then aghast when I researched how much it would cost to explore this little wrinkle in my brain. After further exploration, I found a few kits that were the equivalent of training wheels. Small. Portable. Simple to operate. The one I bought looks like a TV remote with a couple wires sticking out, a few buttons, and a little diagram of a dude with different excitement points on his body. It runs of a 9-volt battery and has timed sessions with varying degrees of shock value and patterns.
Let’s just say by itself, its not great, but it did get me started. First off, I needed to find a little leather band to make sure the electro-pads stayed in place. Lucky for me, I happen to have stuff like that around the house. (never place the electro-pads over the heart-line or near the face if you are playing around without supervision, and if you are playing with supervision, don’t fiddle with this stuff if you wear a pacemaker, have a heart murmur, or are taking any ED meds). Secondly, a metal cock-ring with perineum stimulator is a good second contact point idea. It gives good surface area for attaching the second pad, stays in place, and adds additional sensation.
Lets just say after fiddling with the controller, I had a pleasantly shocking experience.