Last time we spoke a little about inflation play, the injecting of saline solution into a sensitive body bit for spectacular results... This time around we'll go into more detail about what inflation play actually involves and whether you really want to get involved with this extreme fetish.
As you know by now, inflation play involves injecting salt water into your body, either with a direct shot via hypodermic needle or via a catheter. This results in a certain amount of swelling and unless you're comfortable with all that entails, you probably don't want to experiment.
One of the most intimidating aspects of inflation play is the extreme submission it involves. The sub trusts their dominant to modify their body; that's a lot of trust, and the thought of either being responsible for someone's body like that, or giving over control to that level is very off-putting for first-timers. Of course, if power play is your bag, then this level of domination can be extremely erotic, but unless you like the idea of being in total control, or completely powerless as a sub, inflation play probably isn't for you.
There's also the humiliation factor. Saline infusion is a form of self-bondage, as the sub just has to ride out their modification until the saline is absorbed. During that time they're extra sensitive in the affected area, which means that the slightest touch can feel electric. It's also pretty humiliating. With massively enlarged balls or breasts, the sub is making themselves a willing sex toy, and that means they'll be the centre of attention. It takes a lot self-confidence to put oneself in that place, so first-time fetishists probably won't want to jump right into inflation play. Once you are sure you're ready for it though, it provides sensations like no other.
Lastly and most importantly, how do you feel about needles? We won't get into the actual DIY side of things this time, but suffice it to say that there will be a needle breaking your skin, and unless you're in the hands of a confident, experienced dominant, stuff can go wrong. The process is one hundred percent safe if done correctly, but it does sting to start, and there's a definite edge of danger to the fetish. You've got to like a dash of pain with your pleasure and have a taste for playing doctor to properly enjoy this fetish. Anyone who baulks at the sight of rubber gloves and tubing need not apply.
That being said, the fact that the infusion lasts for quite some time, not to mention the incredible added sensation it provides, makes it an especially exciting form of bondage.
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