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Euphoria and BDSM are still an enigma for the larger public that exists outside of the kink community. In this article we are particularly looking at a submissive, or a bottom, and their experience during a BDSM scene.
Just like an orgasm, a subspace is difficult to explain as it differs person by person, particularly because of the varying emotions, responses, and reactions involved. A common misconception of BDSM scenes is that they only involve physical pain — such as floggers, whips, ropes, and other tangible objects. Subspace kink those within a BDSM scene, subspace is an attainable goal that includes a trance-like euphoria of overtly intense emotions.
For myself, a subspace includes a time and space where only my top and I exist. As cliche as it sounds, there is some science to the phenomenon. The sympathetic nervous system responds to BDSM because of the typical inclusion of pain and pleasure. A release of the natural chemicals epinephrine, endorphins, and enkephalins contribute to drug inducing emotions.
These chemicals are a part of the fight or flight response which stimulates a morphine-like result. As a submissive, the chemicals increase pain tolerance, creating a floating feeling when pain is introduced. For many, a subspace creates a drunk or high feeling — pain is gone, problems disappear, and your current state subspace kink mind is a dizzy of joyful feelings. For myself, someone who is a switch, I have been on both ends of the spectrum.
Seeing my partners subspace gives me pleasure, and energy, while participating as the submissive gives me a glow that carries on long after our scene. Typically described as a feeling of floating or flying, a subspace is the ultimate goal for a submissive.
When your partner becomes less verbal, this is typically the one that your sub has reached a level of subspace. For me, I am completely unable to speak and move. Afterwards, I often weep because of the amount of energy and euphoria I experience. This varies from person to person. A good domme will understand the importance of aftercare and the exhaustion that their sub is undergoing. The top, or domme, is controlling the situation. They must be calm subspace kink in charge of the scene.
For this experience, we introduce a top space. Personally, being on top is a much different type of euphoria. While being a submissive is euphoric, being a top in connection, concentration, and heightened senses. While my bottom is enjoying their feral state, I am considerably zoned in on their needs and desires. Safe words are incredibly important for BDSM scenes, however for subspace, a submissive may become incoherent and may lose all sense of competency.
Therefore making safe words completely useless. While in a subspace, the dominant should monitor their partner to make sure the experience is safe both physically and emotionally. Since a subspace removes any intense feelings of pain, a submissive may ask their partner to hurt them beyond their complete understanding which can result in injury. Both parties involved need to be aware of the safety risks involved during a scene.
Moreover, a subspace is a natural high. Blissful feelings of connection create intense uppers and unfortunately, those feelings eventually come down. This is where emotional and mental safety is important.
This drop in emotions creates exhaustion, incoherence, and incoordination. As both a participant of both top and bottom, I know my boundaries and my levels of euphoria. I know what my partner is experiencing and vice versa. A willingness to communicate and feel safe will create an experience so satisfying that you will want to reach that high again and again. Nicole Lane on September 6, Nicole is a women's health journalist living in Chicago.
In addition to writing she is an artist who works with assemblage and sculpture. She tweets at snicolelane. What do bottoms typically feel during sub space? Intense feelings Dizziness Incoherence. Related Articles.
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