safe word

safe word

A specific, previously agreed-upon word which, when spoken during BDSM role-play, tells the dominant partner to immediately stop the activity, to protect the physical and psychological safety of the submissive partner.
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Suddenly, Eve heard Villanelle use their agreed-upon safe word and gunshots in the hall.
He said strangulation and asphyxiation with ropes had been part of the sex, and each had a "safe word" they could use if they wanted the choking to stop - he said his was "Alice", his wife's had been "rabbit", and Paul's had been "Judith".
Nothing wrong with that, but in football where a team needs to win, it'll be Alex McLeish who's reaching for his safe word first.
Create a password or safe word just for you and your child, ensure they know that if you have asked someone to go collect them that they can ask for the password or safe word."
Soon to be hosting the second series of comedy gameshow CelebAbility (ITV2), Iain's intuitive razorsharp humour has previously been seen on Virtually Famous (E4), Drunk History and Russell Howard's Stand Up Central (both Comedy Central), Russell Howard's Good News and Sweat the Small Stuff (both BBC Three) and Fake Reaction and Safe Word (both ITV2).
Host Jack Whitehall said to Liam: "You're performing later, you're doing a performance from the Fifty Shades movie, it sounds pretty saucy - is there a safe word?" He pointed at the I Don't Care star and joked: "She knows that." Cheryl leaned into the mic and said the safe word is "don't stop".
All said, 'toilet' is actually a safe word to use in many countries, including Japan, which has 'japanified' so many English words and revolutionized the toilet seat with heaters and music, and reminds us the toilet is a product of modernity.
Need a safe word? Just say "pumpkin" and the actors will tone it down a bit, Heard says, cautioning that the maze definitely is not for children younger than 8.
7 TOO FACED MELTED LATEX LIQUIFIED LIPSTICK SAFE WORD PS19, DEBENHAMS IF IT'S shine you're after, it doesn't get much glossier than this.
His adjudicators conceded that Doe correctly obeyed the couple's "safe word," but the school expelled him anyway.
When was the last time you walked into a show of paintings and couldn't remember your art-history safe word? Dana Schutz's recent display of twelve canvases and four charcoal drawings overwhelmed.
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