You may have heard the term sado in some places. Whether in movies, books or music, the sadomasochism (masochism) is one of the most beloved practices in the world at the time of sex. But do you really know what that term means? What really happens to those who practice? We’ll show you everything you need to know to start practicing or just to quench your curiosity.
According to psychology and psychiatry, sado is someone who takes pleasure in causing and receiving physical or psychological suffering; sexual behavior or practice in which sadism appears associated with masochism.
What does sadomasochism mean?
The concept of sadomasochism is literally a combination of the terms Sadism and Masochism. These two terms were created by the Austrian psychiatrist Richard Freiherr von Krafft-Ebing in the book Psychopathia Sexualis, in 1886.
sadist what is it
Person who derives pleasure from causing pain and suffering, whether physical or psychological, to another person.
Unlike the sadist, it is the person who takes pleasure in feeling pain, humiliation and suffering, whether physical, verbal or social.
The sadomasochist means nothing less than the practice of seeking pleasure generated by the imposition and receipt of pain, that is, the relationship between the sadist and the masochist. This fetish was the inspiration for another sexual practice that is well known today: BDSM.
First, let’s break down this acronym to understand what the expression means. Bondage, Discipline, Domination, Submission, Sadism and Masochism, are the words that guide the BDSM. Many other terms like brat and switch are part of this broad universe.
WHAT IS BDSM
The best-known practice of this fetish, tying the partner. There are several techniques and each one with a different objective, which can be with ropes, chains, handcuffs.
It is related to the act of disciplining. This practice is usually done through tapas or beatings, but it can also be done by preventing the person from, for example, eating their favorite food or watching television.
it is nothing more than when one person submits to another. This is the case of someone who allows another person to tie him up, humiliate him, beat him and order him to do things, for purposes that may or may not be just sexual.
Within BDSM it is very different from what everyone knows out there. It has nothing to do with cruel acts, involving crimes or anything related, in fact, they are people who enjoy a safe and consensual type of sex where they can cause pain to their partners.
Contrary to sadism, and the person likes to feel pain, so he has pleasure.
(Sado) sadomasochism is not for everyone. There are people who will not enjoy being slapped, being tied up or doing this with their partner. So before trying to do anything it is very important have that conversation with the other person. See if she’s up for it, if she’s curious and wants to try. If the answer is yes, start slowly so no one gets scared. There are even cases where both parties make a contract specifying rules and safe words (a word that stands for ‘stop’).
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There are many, many accessories that are made for those who practice sadomasochism. Some of them are:
- adhesive tapes
Is there pleasure in sadomasochism (masochism)?
You might imagine that it’s difficult to get pleasure from hurting another person or being hurt, but maybe you only get that impression because you’ve never experienced sadomasochism.
According to research from Northern Illinois University (USA), during sadomasochistic practices, the cortisol level (stress-related hormone) of submissives drops dramatically – which brings pain closer to the feeling of pleasure.
A 2009 study, conducted by researchers from Imperial College London (United Kingdom), indicates that the dopaminea neurotransmitter that is directly related to pleasure, can also be released as a reward for stimuli caused by pain.
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