A Light Intro Into Flogging

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A Light Intro Into Flogging

Spanking, caning, whipping, flogging. However you want it, there is something delicious about inflicting a little pain and something juicy about receiving it. Here are some things to note to get the best return on your pain investment.

First is to know if you are a sadist or a masochist. For those of you who need clarification, these terms are not interchangeable. A Sadist is a person who gets pleasure from the infliction of pain onto another, while the masochist gets their kicks from their own pain or humiliation.  Kink is all about the open and honest communication of one’s sexual desires and needs so make sure that you are clear in your understanding of your own and your play partner.

When it comes to flogging, you need to know what sensation you are looking to inflict or receive and know what tool does the job. There are two main types of feelings one is to aim for: a sting or a thug. Most often you can start with a thud and warm up to a sting when the endorphin levels in your partner's body has raised.

With leather, the type of leather used can have an effect on the sensation produced from it. Here at Bait’D, we like to use ¼ inch deerskin leather. This will provide a thudding feel with a touch of a sting, making this a good beginner flogger or a tool to use with someone who may not have yet fully explored his or her own sexuality.

There are many types of leather available on the market so there is much room to search and learn what sensations you like and when.

Technique wise, it is best to experiment but starting with using the tails (the end of the leather) to flick your partner’s skin.  With the handle of your flogger, use a circular motion of your wrist to flip the tails to the skin. Aim for the tips of the leather or the center body of the leather to shift the feeling the leather provides.

Our “The Collar” necklace, based on our Freya archetype, holds chocolate brown deerskin leather that matches well with most casual or fall ensembles. This helps the wearer to be able to provide an element of friskiness to any moment they desire, while of course being fashionable while doing it.


Our “The Collar” necklace, based on our Freya archetype, holds chocolate brown deerskin leather that matches well with most casual or fall ensembles. This helps the wearer to be able to provide an element of friskiness to any moment they desire, while of course being fashionable while doing it.