BDSM torture is a fascinating world to explore. But where do you start? Fetish.com writer Kayla Lords explores seven ways you can play in the dungeon.
 

BDSM torture device 1: St. Andrew’s Cross

One of the most common items in a dungeon is the St. Andrew’s Cross. It’s a fairly simple piece of equipment - a giant X made out of wood. Some are covered in vinyl upholstery or other easy-to-clean fabric. Either O or D rings will be attached to each corner so that the submissive or bottom can be “secured” to it by their wrists and/or ankles. A St. Andrew's Cross is great for flogging, whipping, or simply putting a person on display. A dungeon essential.
 

BDSM torture device 2: Spanking Bench

Another common station at the dungeon is the spanking bench. A top or submissive can straddle the bench in a number of different ways. Not everyone uses the bench for spankings. Like the Cross, floggings, whippings, and other types of impact and sensation play can occur. As well as other sexual, orgasmic fun - if that’s what you and your partner are into (and if the dungeon allows it).
 

BDSM torture device 3: Sensory Deprivation Box/Coffin

In my favourite club, we have a giant box that’s often used in mummification play. The sub or bottom is placed in the box and closed in. It’s dark, it’s quiet, and it can freak out the person who doesn’t like it (or is new to it) or quiet the mind of the person who enjoys the sensory deprivation. Either way, it’s used in both mind fuck play and physical play. Like all play, it needs to be consensual, and you need to know what you’re doing or have someone around who can help you.
 

BDSM torture device 4: Massage Table

In your dungeon, it might not be an old re-purposed massage table, but some other flat service. The purpose is the same, though. A bottom or sub is flat on their stomach or back for whatever fun thing is about to happen. Wax and fire play are two ways to use the table. Sensual massage, edging, forced orgasms, and other sensation play are also good on the table. Again, before engaging in anything messy or sexual, check the rules.
 

BDSM torture device 5: Medical Corner

A few medical charts, a partition, and a medical exam table, and you’ve got the makings of a good doctor/nurse or doctor/patient role play scene. Medical corners are also good for needle and blood play, enema play, other medical-based fetishes, and other BSDM torture techniques. Sometimes, it’s just a good corner to bend a sassy sub over and spank their ass for not following “doctor’s orders” too.
 

BDSM torture device 6: Suspension Bars

Suspension bars come in many forms. Sometimes it’s a full bar set-up (similar to a swingset minus the swings) that sits in the middle of the dungeon floor. Other times, it’s a couple of chains and a three-foot long bar that’s hanging from the ceiling. Moreover, larger and sturdier suspension bars are good for rope suspension and other rope play.

My first experience with like type of BDSM torture device was in a club with large floor space. A Dominant bound his submissive with rope and then suspended her from the bar. Her legs were bound open. He was able to spin her (while bound) and each time she came around, he smacked her pussy with his hand. It was hot!

But there is more! Another function is to hook a sub’s or bottom’s cuffs to a smaller bar so that their arms are over their head. This gives the Dominant or top full access to their partner from all sides. Again, sensation and impact play are good for this one as the Dom gets to come at the sub from any angle. It also makes it easier for multiple tops to join in.
 

BDSM torture device 7: Cages

Misbehaving subs might get put inside the cage in a dungeon. For example, Furries may spend time in the cage. Sitting in the cage until a top or Dom decides it’s time to come out can be this BDSM torture scene or the prelude to the scene. As with all the other stations, no couple or group should use it for too long but 30 minutes in a cage, being “ignored” or, alternately, taunted and gawked at, might be all someone needs to get their kink on.

 

Kayla Lords is a freelance writer, sex blogger, and a masochistic babygirl living the 24/7 D/s life. Follow her on her website or on Twitter @Kaylalords.

 

Have we missed out your favourite BDSM torture device or scene? Let us know in the comments below or on the Fetish.com forum.

 

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