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Here’s What You Need to Know About Choking Someone in Bed
Skip navigation! Story from Sex. Choking a partner during sex is a popular porn move, and plenty of people are replicating it in real life. The problem? Some of them are doing so without asking their partners if they're into it first. As well as asking the respondents if they felt scared during sex, Herbernick asked the respondents describe the situations in which they felt scared. Common answers were rape, sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse, fear of rape or assault, coercion , and pressure to have unprotected sex. Additionally, 23 respondents described situations in which their partners suddenly began choking them during sex. Other studies have also found that choking during sex is becoming more popular and is likely linked to porn consumption , but haven't differentiated between consensual and nonconsensual choking. Why do so many men because it is primarily men choke their partners without asking?
There are lots of aspects regarding sex that rarely get covered in the sex education classes when growing up, but things that fall under the umbrella of sexual fetishes and kinks might be the least covered. However, not only is there a good reason, there are actually multiple ones. They may enjoy the feeling of their partner having total power over them. Some people enjoy the lightheadedness that comes with lack of oxygen. As with finding pleasure in being choked, people might enjoy choking their partner for a number of different reasons, too. As well, Stewart suggests some of the excitement may come from how much the partner enjoys it. Since choking can be dangerous, it can also be scary if trying to do it without asking first. As a result, you should absolutely not attempt to try sexual choking on a partner without talking about it with them first.
Choking during sex may be something of an unknown to you, something that can even be a little bit daunting just at the thought. I've written about sexual dominance before , so if you don't have the basics down yet, that's a good place to start. But today I want to get a little more specific — I want to write about sexual choking. To start off, choking during sex is not for everybody. On the flipside, 32 percent have tried it and a majority were fans. It was also revealed that 65 percent of women enjoy being dominated sexually and that having a sexual kink is actually pretty common. The problem is, not a lot of people know that their partner may be into it, and they may not know how to properly implement it during sex. Interested in giving a woman a super-intense orgasm without choking her?