Advanced Wand Techniques for Indirect and Reverse Play
Indirect and reverse wand play are pretty similar. They both require a body contact attachment. My preferred body contact is the Power Tripper because it’s easiest to hold, inexpensive (about $45), and long lasting.
For indirect play, the top (person doing the shocking) holds the body contact, which causes the electric charge to flow through their entire body. In other words, they become the electrode. When they touch the bottom (person receiving the sensations) electricity leaps from their skin to the bottom’s skin. They both feel the shock.
Reverse play is the opposite. In this case, the bottom holds the body contact, which turns them into the electrode. When the partners touch they both feel the shock just like in indirect play. Reverse play, however, allows the top more mobility to move around, which many people prefer.
Sounds fun, right? Just imagine electrified oral sex!
Using Conductive Metal
Now what happens when we add conductive metal to the mix? Aluminum, copper, silver and gold are some of the most conductive metals. Raid your kitchen drawers for things like forks, skewers, and tin foil. Touch them to the bottom's skin while they are holding the body contact to generate quite a shock! Because the top is keeping constant contact with the item by holding it, only the bottom feels the electricity. Each item will have a different feel, making the possibilities endless. You can also use specialty items sold at sex shops like mylar floggers, wartenberg pinwheels, and prickly nerve brushes. Put metal items in the freezer beforehand to add temperature play to the mix.
Knife Play Alternative
Indirect and reverse play are also a great alternative for people who want to engage in knife roleplay with minimal risk. You can use a dull knife or even something as benign as the handle end of a butter knife to deliver sharp electric pain as it’s lightly moved along the skin. In this type of scene, you can simulate the pain and excitement of a sharp knife without even causing a scratch.
What Else Can I Do With Wands?
Some people use wands for branding, fire play, or in conjunction with play piercing. Although this type of play can be fun, it can also be very intense and dangerous. Because these techniques are more at a master's level, they require intense knowledge and training. I highly recommend reaching out to your local dungeon or BDSM educational group if you’re interested in learning more about this type of edge play.
Have I piqued your interest? Are you ready to take your electrosex to the next level? Remember, before you dive in, make sure you’ve thoroughly read my beginner's article, which covers the basics including important health and safety precautions.