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Aftercare (BDSM)

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Aftercare refers specifically to the attention given to a partner (usually the bottom) at the end of a Scene.



Aftercare is the process, after a session has ended, of attending to any emotional or physical support that the sub may need as a result of the session activities, which can evoke a range of emotions, given the intensity of such activities.[1]



Aftercare refers to the special attention given to a bottom or bondage victim after a scene.

The intensity of emotion and the physical demands put upon the submissive can be extreme (which may be one of the attractions to BDSM for them) and careful attention is often needed to help them settle back to a more normal state.

If they have been in stringent or prolonged bondage, or have been flogged[wipi], they may have aching muscles or skin marks that require attention. Long periods of sensory deprivation may lead to disorientation.

Often, the first thing they will need is a drink of water, followed by a trip to the toilet. Lots of tender affection, cuddling and kissing will often comfort the person and improve their mental state. [...][2]



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"After Care" by Passionate Shadow[saw], 2010.

Template:Handprints Template:Handprints Aftercare is care[wp] exercised after a certain treatment - for example, medical or correctional - is over.

Aftercare in BDSM

In BDSM, aftercare is the opposite of preparation[saw] and warm-up[saw]. It is a period of time after the main part of a session in which the top cares for the bottom. The bottom may have specific needs such as:

  • reassuring words
  • talk
  • no talk for some time (silence)
  • a drink
  • a toilet
  • a comfortable place
  • a towel, blanket, or bed
  • holding[saw]
  • cuddling[saw]
  • kissing[saw]
  • sexual needs
  • no sex
  • no touch for some time
  • treatment of injuries[wp], if any
  • massage[wp] of aching limbs (wrists, ankles)
  • disinfection[wp]
  • lotion[wp]

Aftercare after a spanking can include the same aspects. If the session involved ageplay, the aftercare may take that into account (comforting the spankee like a child).[3]

References

  1. Kinkipedia: Aftercare
  2. Wipipedia: Aftercare
  3. Spanking Art Wiki: Aftercare

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This article based on an article Aftercare (11 April 2009) from the free Encyklopedia Wipipedia. The Wipipedia article is publised under GNU-License for free Documentation. In Wipipedia is a List of Authors available those who worked on the text before being incorporated in WikiMANNia.
This article based on an article Aftercare (27 October 2016) from the free Encyklopedia Spanking Art Wiki. The Spanking Art Wiki article is publised under GNU-License for free Documentation. In Spanking Art Wiki is a List of Authors available those who worked on the text before being incorporated in WikiMANNia.
This article based on an article Aftercare from Kinkipedia, 22 Jan 2013.