6 Household Items That Can Double As BDSM Equipment

June 8, 2020

So if you’re looking to get into BDSM but can’t afford the proper equipment because they’re super expensive (or can afford them but don’t want to order because you don’t want a delivery man giving you side-eye), here 6 household items you can use to substitute for BDSM equipment.

1) Using pankere/koboko in place of a riding crop:

Do you get pleasure from being flogged? Why don’t you ditch the riding crop and settle on a pankere or a koboko (a.k.a the hydra)? Examples of other things you can use are turning stick for eba, pestle, spatula etc.

2) Using a belt to choke yourself.

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Are you into autoerotic asphyxiation (i.e. choking yourself so your orgasms can feel better)? Then let your belt do the work so both your hands are free to furiously beat your meat.

3) Groundnut oil in place of lube.

Need to shove comically large objects up cavities comically large objects shouldn’t be shoved up? Need lube to ease the process but don’t have any? Then mosey on down to the kitchen and get some ororo. It’s slippery and should get the job done.

4) Using clothes pegs in place of nipple clamps.

Granted, one is made of metal and the other is made of plastic. But they pretty much do the same thing.

5) Using a deodorant can as a dildo.

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Enough said.

6) Those ropes people use to dry laundry in place of handcuffs.

Yes, your wrists are gonna chafe harder than the thighs of a fat person wearing khakis in hot weather, but you gotta do what you gotta do.

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