Subspace kink

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Subspace is an altered mental state that can be experienced during BDSM or other types subspace kink kink play. This wonderful sensation is brought on by biochemical changes triggered by intense emotional and physical stimulation during a particularly intense BDSM session. Not everyone can hit subspace, and most people will describe the experience in different ways. Subspace is caused by natural, morphine-like chemicals that your body releases into the brain. Many chemicals contribute to the intense feelings of subspace. Adrenaline is released often at the beginning of intense play and continues to release with more stimulation.

Adrenaline is responsible for increased pain tolerance and feelings of euphoria. The body also releases endorphins throughout play. The more pleasure or pain experienced, the more endorphins are released.

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Other chemicals such as dopamine, prolactin, cortisol, and oxytocin contribute to this amazing sensation. Dopamine plays a huge role in sexual arousal, and builds throughout play until climax. Subspace kink hormone, prolactin, provides more intense sensation by inhibiting dopamine intake. So, more dopamine means even more feel-good sensations. As this flood of hormones is released through play, intense pleasure and even relaxation occurs.

Cortisol is also released during subspace. In its most basic form, cortisol kick-starts your response to fear and pain, giving you a fight or flight response. Yet, in a dynamic where you trust your partner and can relax into the experience, and are being given TLC and during-play care, studies have shown that this stress response does not appear as a psychological response, with kinksters paradoxically experiencing euphoria in this trance-like state.

Oxytocin reduces stress and amplifies feeling of closeness, affection, and intimacy after sex or a scene. All these chemicals play a part in helping you reach subspace, and can be even further intensified through additional techniques like edging, multiple orgasms, various types of sensations and tempos, and aspects of foreplay that are both physical and mental.

So, what does subspace feel like?

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Some may have hot and tingly sensations, or a warmth washing over their bodies, while others feel calm and peaceful. Almost everyone reports heightened sensations and a deep trancelike or floating state that may even feel like an out of body experience. Those in subspace may even be unable to respond.

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They may be incoherent or be laughing, babbling, or chattering. Their reactions to physical sensations or words may change or feel incongruent.

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They may have trouble moving on their own, changing positions, sitting upright, standing, or walking without support. Some people experience subspace so deeply that they become unaware of their surroundings, body, sense of self or others, or even time and space itself. Now that you know what subspace is… how do you get there?

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From a purely chemical perspective, you can use different play techniques both mental and physical to bring your body a flow of chemicals to bring you to subspace. The goal is to increase the intensity of play gradually over time within your comfort and limits to continually release endorphins and other chemicals that contribute to this hepace at a slowly intensifying rate.

You can continue with one activity that you enjoy throughout the whole subspace kink, or you can continually ramp up the intensity of different techniques to become increasingly more intense. At the beginning of a scene, there are no endorphins. As you start to play, spend about ten minutes on relatively light but continuous stimulation light spanking, gentle floggingto encourage the body to start creating those endorphins.

This will trigger the body to release endorphins into the bloodstream and increase pain tolerance and pleasure, without yet being in an altered state of consciousness. Continue with about ten minutes of mild, easy, continuous stimulation to encourage the body to create more endorphins.

Then, repeat with another 5 minutes of intensity at the more-intense level. You may feel a bit woozy and trance-like, your eyelids may appear droopy, and feel more relaxed and floaty than before. Fall into this pattern and keep going. As before, have ten minutes of any relatively mild stimulation at the new level, followed by a subspace kink build.

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Then a to a second intense sensation to release the next endorphin flow. This next level of hepace may feel like being drugged. You may even feel hypersensitive, such that a small sensation can lead to an intensified response in the body. Go back to ten minutes of any relatively mild stimulation.

It may be harder and harder to meaningfully respond. With the next five minutes, alter with to second builds in intensity, releasing more endorphins and bringing you into subspace, the trance-like state of ecstasy that very clearly feels like an altered state of consciousness. This article was originally written with reporting by Victoria Sparrow. This article has since been re-written for more comprehensive information and flow. View More Posts by this Author. Jan 21, About the Author: Lorrae Bradbury. Sexpert, festival hopper, dog mom, and founder of Slutty Girl Problems.

Full time weirdo and wanderlust traveler. I hope to empower women to embrace their sex subspace kink and live adventurously! Fellow babes convene on Twitter and Instagram at Lorraejo. Search for:.

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