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I like to have my breasts hit and slapped fairly hard during sex...I was wondering if this could cause any permanent damage to the breast tissue? So far I have not noticed bruising or discoloration, but have had some mild soreness the next day.
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Robin Lee
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Hi audreytoo,

The guidelines that are generally safe to follow when talking about hitting or slapping someone during sexual play are to avoid hitting directly on bones, or over internal organs. Soft tissue is usually a good bet for safe play. Since these things aren't researched very often (if at all) I really couldn't tell you whether there could be long-term damage to the breast tissue. my best advice is to listen to your body. If you're sore after this type of play, wait until you're not sore anymore before engaging in it again.

There are a lot of excellent (and some not-so-good) resources out there on BDSM. Have you been able to get your hands on any books or other resources? I think you would find those helpful overall.


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