The 2B from E-Stim Systems is an amazing, e-Stim control box, but its vast array of functions can be a little confusing for beginners. Read my review of the E-Stim Systems 2B Control Box to see my initial thoughts on it.
Having now spent almost three years getting to know it and enjoying its basic as well as the advanced functions, I thought it was time to write a guide for newbies to the 2B.
I'm going to focus on function or performance tips rather than just going over what is already in the excellent instructions that you get with the machine.
I don't want to be repeating what is already available, so I am going to focus on settings and ways to play with it that will maximise your chances of getting comfortable with this fantastic control box. Hopefully leading to the holy grail of e-stimming, the hands-free orgasm (HFO).
Catchy title, eh? What the heck is the E-stim Inverse Proportionality Pain Rule? Well, it's a term that I just came up with to cover an often overlooked effect when playing with electrosex equipment.
It is quite simple. The sensations that you feel are inversely proportional to the surface area of the electrodes in contact with your body. So the smaller the contact surface, the more intense the stimulation. Or in other words, you will get a painful zap if you remove an electrode while the power is switched on.
Think of it like this; proportional pain is what we are all used to. Imagine dipping your toe into bathwater that is far too hot. It hurts, and so you immediately lift your toe out of the water to remove the source of the pain. That is proportional pain, if you continued dipping your other toes and then your foot into the water, the pain would increase.
Doing so may be something that intruiges you but also worries you a little. You may be curious about just how safe this activity is and how you can introduce electricity into your sex play safely. So, as we are investing in video recording equipment and I'm basically still pretty camera shy. I talked my Stunt Cock into doing our first e-stim educational video (I fluttered my eyes a lot and promised him so seriously kinky sex afterwards). I think he did a pretty good job of it.
So here he is to give you ten basic safety rules and tips to keep you safe when you stim.
We intend to do several educational videos about this fantastic activity, and this is the first one.
So, check out Stunt Cock's video, please be kind and leave him a helpful comment on Youtube.
Anyone who enjoys rope play or restraints should consider the safety aspects with these kinky and fun activities.
You need to be able to release a captive subject quickly and efficiently should the need arise. So, I was delighted when PeepShowToys.com sent me the Blush Temptasia Safety Scissors to review.
"Safety scissors are essential pieces of safety equipment if you are dabbling in restraints and rope play. It's too late to regret not having them if your submissive is under duress and needing a quick release."Joanne
While reviewing this sort of thing isn't as glamorous and dare I say it orgasmic as my usual dildos and vibrator reviews, it is important to consider products like this if you are into restraint play.
So with rope in hand and a submissive to bind, I set about trying out these safety shears to see if they are up to the job of releasing someone quickly. Read on to find out my thoughts on them.
This subject is so important that it deserves its own article and I hope that this opens your eyes and also answers any questions or doubts that you have about running a sex blog. As with most things sex related discretion is key. Especially in this day and age where people are all too keen and quick to judge others. It's therefore of tantamount importance that you understand the concerns and risks involved whilst also knowing how to keep yourself safe whilst preserving your privacy.
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