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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Staff in certain venues have been trained to recognise that the safe word 'Angela' means that there may be a problem.
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.
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.
and, "Is there a safe word which will stop you writing anymore of this.
The last person not to be eliminated or say the safe word will take home the grand prize.
Just in case," I suggested, "we should have a safe word.
Before entering the strictly over 18s-only attraction, visitors must sign a disclaimer and are given a safe word to use if the experience becomes too traumatising.
As stubborn as ever, Cameron isn't mentioning the murder and the police fit Debbie with a wire and arrange a safe word.
These turns of phrase elevate Safe Word above much erotica because the story is simultaneously arousing and literary.
Your safe word is deeper," the New York Post quotes O'Connell as telling Tisdale after blindfolding her with a red mask.
The first unmarked word we come to, SI, is safe; the only replies to it, SO and TI, can each be converted to the safe word TO.
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