Welcome to our course on how to create and execute a BDSM scene. In this course, each module will cover a different area of executing a scene.
We often jump into BDSM or kink without knowing what we're doing or how to start. We just learn as we go or from other play partners who have more experience. But this can lead to safety risks and/or our inexperience being taken advantage of.
Because of this, it's really important to know the basics and have some basic education on the framework of scene preparation, planning, and scene execution.
There's no right or wrong way to participate in kink—outside of consent issues. A successful BDSM experience is simply one where you've co-created a scene between the dominant and the submissive where you were both able to be and enjoy yourselves.
And a BDSM scene can be as formal or as informal as you want. This course might seem formal, but it's just to make sure you know what you're doing. You're leading someone through activities that have some risks, so it's important to know what you're doing with confidence and make sure you're covering your bases.
In this course I'm just going to focus on scene prep, planning, and execution.
We're also not going to get into huge issues of consent, that's covered in our free Conscious Consent course. I'm going to assume that consent has been given for any of the activities that I mention going forward in this course.
The next module will go over negotiation.