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Sitting alongside me in rows of chairs are a mix of men and women — some are with their partners, others with mates, a few are alone. Master Dominic is blunt but hilarious in an understated way. The next key step in preparing to try BDSM is to work out what everything feels like on yourself first. Dominic tells us various stories illustrating just how important it is to do this — the woman who thought it would be a good idea to walk over her partner in stilettos, for example, or the man who decided to put kebab skewers through his nipples.

I alternate between nearly falling off my chair with laughter and wincing at the thought of the pain. He has a point. According to Dominic, there are three most common interests when it comes to impact play: bondage, spanking and feet. My friend and I exchange puzzled looks because, well, we both think feet are gross. And again, I am confused. Why would anyone want to hit someone in the kidneys? Perhaps I am too innocent for my own good. Am I missing something inherently sexy about the kidneys?

Start off gently because you have to build up tolerance to impact play, apparently. Dominic rotates his hands in circles and his wrists click loudly and continuously — the result of years of spanking. You have been warned. One of the other main forms of impact play is using a flogger — Dominic suggests you start with a small one made of leather or faux fur.

You should flog in a downwards motion and continue for three and a half to four minutes. This is, apparently, the optimum length of time for the sub to relax and enjoy it. I imagine trying to do any of these things without knowing anything about how to do them properly and cringe — it must result in a lot of awkwardness and pain. The room reacts in a mix of sniggers and chuckles. I decide never to ask a question ever again in my life. Dominic, however, respects my question and explains that you should wash toys in hot, soapy water, spray them with Dettol and hang them up to dry.

Some clever so-and-so in the audience with me asked how you have a safe word if someone is gagged, and Dominic said you need to have a hand al. He does not recommend gagging and binding someone at the same time, but if you switch between the two, you need to switch safe words too. He explained the challenge of not breaking the sexy bubble whilst equally ensuring no one panics. Quite the dilemma, I imagine. As a dom, you need to trust that the sub will use your safe word — one of the ways you can avoid panic setting in, Dominic explains, is by ensuring the sub can set themselves free.

As the session draws to a close, I notice the dog snoring in the row behind me which somewhat ruins the sexy vibe. Although we laughed throughout, it was refreshing how, well, casually but seriously the whole topic was treated. thought-provoking conversations, follow other Independent readers and see their replies.

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