Beginner’s Guide to Electro Sex – Safety

Electro Sex

Electro Sex Safety


It’s always important in any new endeavour to learn the basics. If you’re new to electro sex there’s a few things you need to know about electro sex safety to keep things moving smoothly. I’m not here to scare you off from indulging in a fun new kink, I just want to be sure it’s done in a safe manner. I am a R.A.C.K. player through and through so I will always advise on plenty of research especially when it comes to something like electro sex.

Electro sex safety first!

First and foremost in electro sex safety there are some medical questions that need to be asked of all involved before playing with electro sex toys.

  • Are you pregnant or likely to be pregnant?
  • Do you have a pacemaker fitted?
  • Do you suffer from epilepsy?
  • Do you suffer from any complications of the heart?

Electro Sex Safety

Electro Sex Safety

If the answer is yes to any of these important questions then it is best to avoid any and all electro sex unless you have the permission of your doctor. If in doubt, err on the side of caution. The electro stimulation could negatively affect the heart, internal electrical equipment or an unborn baby and has been known to trigger epileptic fits. Better safe than sorry.

For additional electro sex safety if the recipient has a metal plate, pins or screws it’s best not to place electrodes in the immediate area. Current could pass through your hardware and make it heat up to a dangerous temperature and damage nearby tissue. For this reason it is also advised to avoid piercings.

As far as placement the basic electro sex safety rule is to keep your electrode placements below the waist. If you do choose to venture north of the waist line be sure not to place electrodes in a way that the current passes dangerously through the heart. Any current that passes across the chest could interfere with the heart’s electrical signals and cause serious medical problems.

Keep electrodes below the waist for electro sex safety

Keep electrodes below the waist

It should go without saying but do not use your electro sex toys in or around water. Not only could you damage your expensive equipment but as you may already know electricity and water don’t mix.

If you’re an electro sex beginner, now’s not the time to be inventive and use items which were not designed for insertion into the body. Items made with unknown materials could melt or create hot spots and cause burns.

Be sure to do all the research you can and read the information that comes with your electro sex power box and toys. There could be important information or handy advice which could enhance your playtime.

As with most BDSM situations it is advised to have some first aid training and keep a first aid kit handy for emergencies. When it comes to electro sex it’s advised to keep items to treat burns just in case.

This electro sex safety guide will help prevent most injuries from occurring keeping the path clear for a shockingly good time. I hope you’ve been enjoying my series on electro sex and as always if you have any questions or comments on the subject please get in touch in the comments below. For more information, please check out my beginner’s guide to electro sex.

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If you're new to electro sex there's a few things you need to know about electro sex safety to keep things moving smoothly. I'm not here to scare you off from indulging in a fun new kink, I just want to be sure it's done in a safe manner.

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