BDSM Vacuum Beds for Beginners - Baby Steps Into Getting Sucked

 

 

It’s time to lie down, close your eyes, and get ready to be helpless, because today we are talking about the basics of BDSM Vacuum beds!

 

Yes, those kinky things that make you look like a latex Han Solo trapped in carbonite.

 

 

WHAT’S A VACUUM BED?


 

It’s not a “vacuum for bed bugs” like Google search would have you believe.

 

Instead, they are a type of BDSM furniture consisting of a thick latex envelope (usually) attached to a frame device with an open section for a person to get in/out and some sort of breathing hole. They are usually sized for one person, but you can find some that will fit several people at once.

 

NOTE: Some don’t have a frame and are just a “bag”

 

Once, a person is inside, the air is sucked out through a vacuum until the latex sits snug against the person, leaving them immobile and barely able to wiggle.

 

As far as breathing goes, it can be a hole, tube, hood, gas mask, or a larger hole that you can fit your entire head through.

 

 

WHY DO PEOPLE LIKE THEM?


 

BDSM vacuum beds are a multi-faceted kink. They incorporate bondage (restriction of movement in the extreme and the sense of comfort and safety it provides), sensory deprivation, objectification, optional breath play, rubber/latex fetishes, and some elements of sadomasochism or erotica because of the different sensations the latex layer provides.

 

 

ARE THERE DANGERS?


 

There are risks with most BDSM play. For vacuum beds, there are a few more…

 

  • Bruising from too much air being sucked out and/or the submissive moving around too much
  • Breathing problems (if you choose to practice breath play)
  • Postural asphyxia (with or without breath play)
  • Issues arising from ear or respiratory problems
  • Unknown latex allergies
  • Numbness
  • Dizziness
  • Dehydration

 

These dangers can be lessened through 100% disclosure and communication between all participating kinksters, starting on “easy mode” for beginners (5-second experiences etc.), having a verbal AND non-verbal safe word, proper preparation, appropriate aftercare etc.

 

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WHAT CAN YOU DO IN THEM?


 

Aside from the submissive feeling a sense of comfort, there are many things you can do...

 

  • Spanking
  • Flogging
  • Tickling
  • Caressing
  • Genital stimulation through hands, bodies, or sex toys
  • Wearing an anal toy or vaginal toy while inside

 

 

OTHER THINGS TO KNOW


 

  • They generally run in the hundreds of dollars range.

 

  • These beds are NOT a solo event. There always needs at least two people – one to be in the bed and one out of it.

 

  • Always take off anything sharp before getting in – things like jewelry, shoes, belts etc.

 

  • If you are going to take a bed to a party, people should keep their clothes on while inside.

 

  • It’s best to err on the side of caution and keep your sessions short.

 

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Do we have any latex vacuum bed enthusiast out there? What have been your experiences? Share in the comments.

 

Also, if you’re looking for more beginner or basic BDSM articles, check out these…

 

 

Have a kinky day!

Robyn

 

Mots clésVacuum Bed

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