Temperature Play Ideas

Temperature Play

Temperature Play Ideas

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Temperature play is another form of sensation play that can take your bedroom activities from zero to a hundred in a few minutes. You can use many different items and textures you can include increasing the sensations and feelings experienced with temperature play.

There are endless possibilities when it comes to temperature play; you can use it during solo play or with a partner or use it with your sex toys.

It is always crucial to ensure that your partner consents to all sexual activities before any play starts. Always agree on a safeword beforehand in case either of you needs to take a break or put a stop to the play.

When using temperature play in your scene, you can use many different items and ingredients. If you plan on using food items or creams, always pay attention to the ingredients listed and make sure your partner doesn’t have any allergies to any elements you want to use. Nothing will kill the mood like an emergency trip to the ER.

You can include temperature play in many different ways; below are a few ideas to get you started:

  • With oral sex, you can change the temperature of your mouth by drinking either a hot or cold drink immediately before you start on your partner. You can also suck on a piece of ice beforehand to keep your mouth cool for a longer duration.
  • Cooling or heating lubricants can increase your partners’ sensation during sex and heighten their arousal and orgasms.
  • You can even run ice cubes along their body or let the ice cube drip onto them as it melts between your fingers.
  • If you have a glass or stainless steel sex toys, you can put them in the fridge beforehand to cool them down; I wouldn’t put toys in the freezer as freeze burn is real.
  • You can include some wax play with body-safe candles.
  • Some people enjoy figging or experimenting with fresh ingredients like chili and ginger. This should only be used once you are more experienced with temperature play.
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You can use oils like peppermint oil for body massages, or if you want to concentrate on more intimate areas, apply only a little at a time with your finger.

Like all sexual activities, temperature play comes down to what you and your partner enjoy; there is no right or wrong way to play, as long as both partners consent and enjoy it. Always test temperatures on yourself before using a hot or cold item on your partner; even though you experience things differently to your partner, it will indicate to you what they will be feeling.

You can spice up your temperature play even more by using sensory deprivation like blindfolding your partner while teasing them with an ice cube or sex toy.

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When using temperature play in your scene, you can use many different items and ingredients. If you plan on using food items or creams, always pay attention to the ingredients listed and make sure your partner doesn’t have any allergies to any elements you want to use. Nothing will kill the mood like an emergency trip to the ER.

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