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Knife Play

Updated: DECEMBER 10, 2018

Knife play is a BDSM activity that involves blades (knives, swords, or daggers, for example) as a way to produce fear and excitement in a submissive partner. The blade is usually used to cut away clothes, may involve sensation play (scratching the skin) or temperature play (making the blade hot or cold).

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Knife play can provoke a pleasurable sensation of fear in submissives. As with all BDSM play, as long as knife play is safe, sane, and consensual, it can be a great way to explore to safely explore fantasies of being dominated.

However, knife play can be dangerous if not handled carefully. A sharp blade can cause deep cuts, leading to major blood loss. As a result, this activity should be done only with the utmost attention, care and knowledge of the submissive. One way to simulate blood (especially for a blindfolded submissive) is to hold the blade under warm water and then run it, dull side down, on the skin. The water will feel like blood.

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