Gyno Fetish

For kinksters with a gyno fetish

Get the gyno chair ready...

Medplay is an incredibly common kink - and it has a few iterations and subcategories. For obvious reasons, anything specifically gynaecological is particularly popular. Speculums, stimulating or numbing creams, sensation testers such as pinwheels and physical examinations are all appealing both physically and psychologically. Fans of the gyno fetish enjoy them for both the sensations they create and the mindfuck or dynamics they can lead to. There's something uniquely exposing of sitting in a gyno chair and being examined "down there" - and there are plenty of ways for a couple interested in that side of BDSM to use that to their kinky advantage.

What is gyno fetish?  

A specific part of medical fetish that focuses on the examination of genitals. It resembles gynaecological exams that happen in real life but with far sexier interactions.

How do you do gyno fetish play safely?

On top of having a safe word there are specific safety measures to follow. Always ask a person if they have any allergies before play, especially to latex if you’re planning on using gloves. Make sure that any equipment used is thoroughly sterilised before and after play. If there is any sharp pain for the person being examined, stop immediately.

What can I say during gyno fetish play?

Think about the kind of conversations you would have in a doctor’s office and use those as inspiration. Call the patient by their last name and talk about what you’re going to do to the patient as you’re going to do it. It’s good to add a little dirty talk in there too, to take away the purely clinical edge if you want to that is, it’s your scene so just go where your imagination takes you.

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