If you’re going to get into any sort of BDSM or general kink (anything from a simple blindfold to full-on leather, whips, tailed-plugs spanking, chains, and huge gay dildos) or devices for healthy chastity, it’s ESSENTIAL that you, and whoever you play with, have a safe word.
It can be anything that’s short easy to remember.
EXAMPLES: Red, Pineapple, Washington, Red Sox, Apple.
You’re probably thinking, “Duh! Why don’t you just say STOP or NO?” In fact, you’ll find articles where the writer is against the idea of anything other than regular words to communicate the submissive wants/needs.
DEFINITION: A safe word is a CLEAR signal for the Dominant or Top to alter, slow, or cease play.
In the essence of this definition, you can say Stop/No. There’s nothing wrong with it, and it’s a completely valid choice.
If you’re only playing with …