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Wednesday, February 17, 2021

Boredom Eliminating Post..

  




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  1. Pleasure should not bring pain. Painful pleasure is sick .

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    1. I jump am pass. Can't die all because of sex.

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    2. Y tho? Must we copy all d yamayama from white people?

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    3. BDSM is a no no for me, before i trust hubby enough to even kiss my neck during sex sef took a lot of time, Wesley Snipe(Blade) will just flash through my mind. I love myself more than sex abegi

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    4. I don't understand why anyone would enjoy being beaten and humiliated in the name of sex.

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    5. Well, i don't know if this qualifies as BDSM, but i remember the day my girlfriend told me to tie her hands to the bed, while i gave her a very wonderful head.

      She came over and over and over and squirted all over my face.

      I haven't seen her so pleased in my life before.

      Every girl should try it someday.

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    6. I got choked one time to the extent that my clit metamorphed into a dick. My eyes were bulging out of its socket . But I married an akamu man. The day I mentioned it to him ehhn my marriage nearly end

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  2. What's BDSM? That one that your partner will wipe you with koboko before sex? Ha! Biko kwa. We'll just fight.

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    1. Why would I engage in BDSM as a Nigerian? I don't get, is the country not hard enough?

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    2. Lmao @ Deb. Nne biko lemme🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    3. My dear ehh, as if being a Nigerian is not enough torture, who needs double dose of it?

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    4. Me I like being choked if not I can’t cum

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  3. Please o, what is the meaning of BDSM?

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    1. Sex is supposed to be pleasurable not painful in any typa way.

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    2. That pain is love to them

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  4. I can't o, biko. Anyone involved, should sha have a safe word.

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    1. Yeaaaa but wahala for person wey the partner forget the safe word oo😫

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    2. Anapa ni yen, them go dey settle am for heaven.

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    3. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣, Don Nkay o

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  5. It's absolutely bonkers.I have never been a fan at all.Such extremity!

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    1. Abeg rest.
      Not everything you dont understand is demonic... that's their fantasy

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  7. Ahh, why would someone derive pleasure in torture?

    BDSM is a serious torture as far as I'm concerned.

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    1. There are people that actually enjoy it you know

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    2. Most of them are not mentally alright.

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  8. Better practiced with like (fellow crazy) minds.
    Don’t go and try to inflict your madness on a sane person biko.

    Make everybody dey their dey.

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  9. Heavenly!

    Choke me. Slap me. Gag me. Whip me. Bind my hands! Have me like your dirty, little whore, my lord.

    How anyone would want sex any other way beats me. Thank goodness I married a man whose weirdness matches mine.

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    1. I’m happy for you anonπŸ€—

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    2. Your husband is blessed to have you.

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    3. You r in pure heaven. Congratulations u found ur missing rib

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    4. Ha! What if he mistakenly choke you to death, rough play.

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  10. Me wey dey too fragile....πŸ˜€
    Even labour pain sef😎😎if not for God.
    Biko ooh make Una leave nwa mmadu aka ooh

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  11. For individuals who prefer a more 'vanilla' sexual life with no kink, it can seem odd that there are people like us who want to be whipped, uncomfortably chained to a cross, caned, or otherwise tortured.
    Nigerians never reach that level of awareness.
    Me, I love it!!! I feel more than I've ever felt when I have someone to feel with, to play with, to love in a way that feels right for me….for us, for in the words of Jean-Jacques Rousseau
    ‘To fall at the feet of an imperious mistress, obey her mandates, or implore pardon, were for me the most exquisite enjoyments’.
    Damn it, ‘Vanila’ normal sexual life is too basic and boring....I LOVE THE PAINS.

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    1. It’s not a matter of “Nigerians” Rockstar! I know a lot of “Non-Nigerians” who don’t fancy it! Enjoy your kinkiness and awareness without making others feel little.

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    2. Tell him Nkay! This little irritants think they are woke any small thing Nigeria this,Nigeria that shior.

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    3. Rockstar pls take it easy with this kinkiness

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    4. Please stop Vanilla shaming. You need to examine your psyche to see why you need all those instruments of torture to get off.

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    5. Chai! Naeem be sey I for flog shege commot from this Rockstar e eye. Lmao!

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    6. As far as I'm the dominant .

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  12. Your desire,your business... just don’t attempt to make me join youπŸ™„ ordinary butt spank sef I dey shout put,you wee na wantu kee me🚢‍♀️🚢‍♀️

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    1. @NKAY, 'Ordinary butt spank sef I dey shout put'.....There you go!!!!
      A little bit of HOIL and candle FLAME and you'll explode. You will like it trust me haha.

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    2. Rockstar

      That sounds like hospital emergency visit waiting to happen aka burn victim

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  13. Just like my opinion on abortion. If you don't like it, don't have it. Even moreso, I am different to whatever sexual kinks people may have.
    BDSM has varying degrees. Nothing wrong if it is your thing. Nothing wrong if it isn't your thing either.

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    1. What is your opinion???? Simple!!!!

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    2. Yeah right. Depends on the degree.
      I think I liked that part in 50 shades of grey where he used that whip to stimulate her nipples and her back arc.
      I haven't experienced bdsm but I might want to know how it feels one day. But certainly not the type where serious pain hard whips and choking is involved.
      I think there is a thin line between pain and pleasure

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  14. Have you not noticed that it is in those country were dey don't chop cane that such nonsense is prevalent. Omo, by the time you chop cane, belt, knock, slap growing up, there is no way it can kindle anything related to sexual pleasure in your mind. Your brain already associated beating with punishment and nothing else!!!
    Abi how many children do you see being caned and smiling over the matter?!

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    1. No one smile's after been whipped

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    2. God bless you The Traveller. First world problems indeed.

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    3. πŸ‘@The Traveller

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  15. I see it as satanic sef! πŸ™„

    I should one be in pains to enjoy something? Hian!

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  16. What's the meaning πŸ€” πŸ˜• πŸ‘€

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  17. I'm not a fan of painful pleasure

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  18. Even if the woman has a strong body, I already consider it Bondage sex, I'm sorry.... erection flew right out of the window.

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  19. Nah,I would not like to be tortured all in the name of sex.......fragile me.......me wey be say ordinary pinch I don get goose bumps.

    BDSM❌❌......I no do.

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    1. πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜† how would someone enjoy been whipped!!! is the person a cow??

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  20. Anything in this life that will make me undergo an unnecessary pain and stress, i try everything within my strength to avoid it. So it is absolutely a big no for me.

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  21. I want it! I fantasise of being draped across a string man's knees and him spanking my barely clad buttocks with his open palm, repeatedly.
    I like my hair yanked backwards when he takes me.
    I enjoy little bites on my lower back, neck and buttocks.
    I love all skin sensitive human touch...
    Where is my kin?

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    1. Rock star up there

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    2. @22:44 rockstar seems to be a submissive, she needs a dominant partner.

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  22. Oh!

    Chain or tie my hands, my legs to the bed..

    Blindfold me and...

    But torture me? Flog me? Hell NO!

    My weirdness doesn't reach that level.

    I'm allergic to pain.

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  23. So for me that doesn't know what is d meaning of BDSM.what do I type

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  24. How been beaten and calling it sexual enjoyment baffles me, ordinary laughing and tapping my body is so irritating to me, I can't indulge in such abeg, to me is like enslavement.

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  25. How been beaten and calling it sexual enjoyment baffles me, ordinary laughing and tapping my body is so irritating to me, I can't indulge in such abeg, to me is like enslavement.

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  26. When I was in the world, one time I told my man to spank me on my butt. He did but it was so gentle. That's not how they do it in those videos nau. I told him to hit me harder. Wrong move...!! This guy used all his energy to "punch" me. The pain removed every konji in me. My butt went to sleep for some minutes. Since then nothing concern me with BDSM or anything that looks like it.

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  27. Nawa.what the full meaning now.e no dey google

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    1. You obviously did not use your Google very well. Here it is:

      BDSM is an acronym for bondage, discipline, domination, submission, sadism and masochism. Although some people think that BDSM is 'kinky', in some cases it doesn't have to involve sex at all – the mental connotations of some acts are more of a turn-on than the prelude of a particular act leading to sex.

      It is a common term used to described certain aspects of sex which often involves varying degrees of pain, physical restraint and servitude. It has 3 major categories or groups or types:
      1. Bondage and discipline.
      2. Domination and submission.
      3. Sadism and masochism.

      Many of these specific practices by lovers who indulge in BDSM are performed in neutral, mutually consenting relationships. This emphasis on informed consent is of paramount importance when carrying out a BDSM act. For litigation purposes. Because tying your lover up, making them your sex slave, spanking them or putting a dog chain around their neck and making them crawl around on all fours are demeaning BDSM themed acts. And such informed consent between individuals is known as SSC (Safe, Sane and Consensual) or RACK (Risk-aware Consensual Kink).

      It's common practice for lovers who indulge in regular BDSM acts to introduce a safe word, which when spoken ensures that their current act is stoped immediately if things start to get out of hand. It can be a word unrelated to sex, such as 'pineapple' for example, just as long as you both agree that your chosen safety word means everything must stop until the situation has been resolved. The traffic light system is the most common and easily used safe word system. Each colour is used to communicate how you're feeling and what you want.

      Red: means stop. Saying this will mean you want your partner to stop everything they're doing immediately. It should be used when you're not comfortable, things are getting too much, or you no longer consent.

      Yellow (or amber): means slow down. Maybe you liked what they were doing but then it became a little too much. Yellow is basically saying "reel it in a little bit". It can also mean you're reaching your limit, or are edging on physical discomfort.

      Green: means go for it. Use green if you like what your partner's doing, you feel totally comfortable, and you want them to continue.

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    2. If you're asked to stop, "you should always greet a 'no' or stop' with gratitude and acceptance. Saying ‘no’ can be very hard and any sign of frustration on the receiving end might compromise honest communication in the future. Showing positive reinforcement and acceptance when your partner finds the courage to express their limits and boundaries will encourage the indulged to always communicate freely with you. This is important to protect them from feeling violated but also to limit the risk of you unintentionally violating your partner. The ability to say ‘no’ is a beautiful gift, not a limitation. So the importance of thoroughly educating oneself about consent and negotiations and making sure that your partners are sufficiently informed as well before engaging in any intimate activity involving power-exchange. Each partnership and context is different, and the methods used to negotiate and navigate a session consensually should be adapted to their unique needs and dynamics. It is very important to learn how to properly and usefully negotiate with your partners. Seek first to understand, then be understood. Ask questions and genuinely listen to the answers from your partner. Seek to understand their genuine motivations and boundaries.

      If you rely only on implied consent, there is room for misinterpretation. You cannot count on someone being able to read your mind any more than you should assume you can correctly read theirs. Cultivating mutual self-awareness as well as good communication skills is the key to successful and empowering experiences.

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  28. Best in a marriage where there is a lot of trust ad respect present. Both parties must want it and nobody should be forced to participate in anything they do not want.

    I do not believe in policing ppl's bedroom especially where there is no force, coercion, children or animals involved. As long as there is full consent between both parties then it is there business what they choose to do.

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  29. A trial will convince you. Who know go no know kinda kinky. LIMAO!!! Runs away...

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  30. Ikegwuru!A bit of adventure to spice things up,blindfolds,handcuffs and the likes but if you start to choke me and I pass and go from there,what explanation will I give my God?I no do oo,abeg!

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  31. Love is not supposed to be painful or uncomfortable. If anybody tries that shit with me i will just bite you. period.

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