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Body Writing in BDSM: A Creative Way to Express Your Kink

Body writing is a playful and creative way to explore each other’s bodies and express your desires. It can add a new level of excitement and anticipation as you slowly reveal each word or image.

What is Body Writing?

Body writing is a fun and intimate activity where one partner writes or draws on the other’s body. This can be done with body-safe markers or paints that are easy to wash off. The words or drawings can be anything from sweet nothings and love messages to explicit instructions or even naughty doodles.

The act of writing on the body can be a form of dominance and submission, where the dominant partner asserts control by marking the submissive partner. It can also be a way to humiliate or objectify the submissive in a consensual and negotiated manner.

How Can Body Writing Enhance the BDSM Experience?

Body writing can really spice up the BDSM experience. For those who enjoy the psychological thrill of humiliation, having degrading words or phrases written on their body can be a powerful tool for emotional play. Body writing can be a way to claim territory, marking a submissive as belonging to their dominant partner, which can be a turn-on for both. It allows for creativity and personalization. You can write specific instructions, desires, or even create a target for where you want your partner to focus their attention.

Body writing can also be used for positive affirmations, writing things that the submissive loves about themselves or words of praise from the dominant. The visual aspect of seeing the words or drawings on the skin can be a strong arousal factor and add to the visual memories of the scene.

Tools for Body Writing

Body Paints and Markers: Look for body paints, markers, and pens marketed as “non-toxic” and “washable.” Popular brands like Crayola and BIC make great options. These will typically wash away easily with soap and water.

Makeup: Certain makeup products like liquid lipstick, eyeliner, and liquid foundation can also work. Just be sure to spot test first in case of irritation. And if the writing is in a more intimate area, use products that are less likely to cause infections.

Henna: Henna paste creates temporary “tattoos” and can last 1-3 weeks on skin. This is an awesome option for creating intricate designs or longer lasting messages.

Glitter Gels: For sparkly writing, try a peel-off glitter gel. Apply to skin and let dry before peeling off to reveal a glittery imprint behind.

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26 Ideas of Bodywriting

  1. Write degrading words or phrases like “Slut”, “Whore”, “Pig”, “Loser”, “Ugly”, “Useless”.
  2. Write explicit instructions or commands like “Suck here” or “Spank me”.
  3. Write derogatory labels related to body image like “Fat”, “Overweight”, “Porky”.
  4. Write ownership claims in a humiliating way like “Property of [Dom’s Name]” or “Master’s Toy”.
  5. Write a list of punishments or reasons for punishment on the submissive’s body.
  6. Write a list of the submissive’s “failures” or “mistakes”.
  7. Write a list of the submissive’s “duties” or “responsibilities”.
  8. Write a list of the submissive’s “limits” or “boundaries”.
  9. Write a list of the submissive’s “fears” or “insecurities”.
  10. Write a list of the submissive’s “cravings” or “desires”.
  11. Write a list of the submissive’s “memories” or “experiences”.
  12. Write positive affirmations like “Beautiful”, “Confident”, or “Adored”.
  13. Write song lyrics or quotes that have a special meaning for you and your partner.
  14. Draw intricate henna-style temporary “tattoos”.
  15. Write instructions like “Kiss here” or “Touch there”.
  16. Label body parts in a playful way.
  17. Write ownership claims like “Property of [Dom’s Name]”.
  18. Write a secret message that only you and your partner understand.
  19. Write a countdown to a special event or surprise.
  20. Write a map or path that your partner has to follow with their fingers or tongue.
  21. Write a list of things you love about your partner.
  22. Write a list of things your partner has to do for you.
  23. Write a mantra or phrase that your partner has to repeat.
  24. Write a menu of sexual activities that your partner can choose from.
  25. Write a series of numbers that correspond to different sexual activities.
  26. Write a series of symbols or codes that your partner has to decipher.

How to Remove Ink?

To remove ink from body writing, especially if you’ve used something like a permanent marker, here are some methods you might find helpful:

  • Soap and Water: Start with the simplest method. Use a good lather of soap and warm water to scrub the area gently.
  • Makeup Remover: Makeup remover is designed to remove products from your skin and can be effective for ink as well.
  • Baby Oil or Olive Oil: Oils can help break down the ink. Apply the oil to the ink, let it sit for a minute, then rub gently with a cloth.
  • Rubbing Alcohol or Hand Sanitizer: These can be effective against more stubborn inks. Apply with a cotton ball and rub gently.
  • Nail Polish Remover: This contains acetone, which can remove many types of ink. Be cautious, as it can be harsh on the skin.
  • Lotion: Sometimes, applying lotion and then washing can help remove the ink.
  • Hairspray: Some hairsprays contain alcohol which can help dissolve the ink. Spray it on, let it sit, and then wipe off.

FAQs

Can body writing be used for positive messages?

Absolutely! While often associated with humiliation, body writing can also be used to write affirmations, love notes, or other positive messages on the body.

Where on the body is it common to write?

Common areas include the chest, stomach, thighs, and back. Choose locations based on comfort, visibility, and the message you’re conveying.

Can body writing be a form of humiliation?

Yes, writing degrading words or phrases is a common way to use body writing for humiliation in BDSM play.

Is body writing only for submissives?

While it’s commonly used on submissives, anyone can enjoy body writing as part of their play, regardless of their role in BDSM.

Do I need any special skills for body writing?

No special skills are needed, just a bit of creativity and a writing instrument. However, if you’re incorporating more intense forms of body writing, like knife play, you should have proper training and focus on safety.

What should I consider before engaging in body writing?

Consider the emotional impact, especially with humiliation play, and ensure aftercare is provided. Also, be mindful of allergies or skin sensitivities.

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