BDSM on a Budget: A Kinky Guide

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New to BDSM and shocked (and not in a good way) by the price of gear? Miss Submistress Rose at A Submissive’s Initiative has a handy guide to household items that can be great for DIY BDSM — and we added in a few of our own.

Paint Stirrers
With a width halfway between a paddle and a whip, a five-gallon paint stirrer is a good way of deciding which you’d rather invest good money on. For a little extra power, Rose recommends stacking them.

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Frosting Knives
There’s nothing like cold metal on hot skin. While we’ve gone through almost all our kitchen utensils, we’d over-looked this back-of-the-drawer item, until our friends at Madison Kink pointed out the utility. A frosting knife has all the benefits of a metal spatula, but with a more concentrated area. Sweet.

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Scrunchies
Not the toughest or meanest tool in a Dom’s kit, but perfect for light bondage. Rose also suggests shoelaces and elastic bands — but recommends avoiding duct tape.

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Neckties
The silk erotica go-to maybe a cliché, but that doesn’t mean it’s not useful. But be careful, even a little cum can ruin a $250 Hermes. A better option? Cheap stockings. (Also good for making you feel like a dirty whore.)

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Cub Scout Handbook
Great guide to knots, though your kids may wonder why their book is on your beside table.

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Pillowcases
Folded lengthwise or rolled up, a King size pillowcase makes a blindfold in seconds. Rose recommends pairing it with swimmer’s earplugs for an easy, cheap and discreet sensory deprivation kit.

Got other suggestions? Leave them in the comments.

Beginner’s BDSM on a Budget (A Submissive’s Initiative)

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