Pinching

Feel the pinch!

Thlipsosis - the fetish for pinching

Pain and sensation come in many forms, and not all of them require strength or finesse. Much like biting, it can be surprisingly easy to control and inflict pain on a willing victim simply by pinching them - particularly if you choose your target areas wisely! This is a particularly useful trick for dominants who are physically not as strong as their submissive partners. It's not a type of pain that everyone enjoys, but for those who like it it's a great way to subtly work a little bit of a kinky dynamic into the everyday without drawing too much attention to yourself or needing any special implements and equipment.

Is butt pinching okay?

If you pinch the bottom of someone who has consented to it then it's great. You should never ever pinch someone's bum(sometimes called goosing) without asking first.

Where is it safe to pinch?

It's really hard to pinch an area of the body where there isn't much flesh, if you can't pinch an area easily then it's an indication you shouldn't!

How do you know if you have a pinching fetish?

Thlipsosis is the fetish of enjoying being pinched or pinching someone else. If you get sexually excited by this idea you might have a Fetish for it, especially if it is something you regularly fantasise about

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