Needle play

Those of you who know me, are most likely aware that I have a slight sadistic streak…

Okay, perhaps that’s a bit of an understatement. Everyone knows by now that nothing makes me happier than watching someone writhe, squirm and moan, not quite sure if that want it to stop, or never stop.

I enjoy many different kind of pain play and very recently have begun studying the art of needle play and play piercing. This particular activity intrigues me on a lot of levels;

First, as a tool, needles are very precise, even delicate. I find them to be very esthetically pleasing. Imagine that thin, silver little sliver sliding through tender flesh. Just thinking about it brings me all kinds of joy.

Second, it combines two of my favorite things – pain play, and fear play. It’s fairly common to have a fear of needles. Trypanophobia, is, in fact, one of the most prevalent types of phobias in the United Sates (nearly 13% of all American adults claim to have some level of trypanophobia). Being the truly evil bitch that I am, knowing your afraid and suffering all for the purpose of making me smile, quite frankly, turns me on.

That being said, Needle play is considered a form of edge play, and makes for a very intense scene. It is not something to be taken lightly and both players, top and bottom should be equally educated on the process. I, personally, would not recommend this sort of activity for either a novice or a person who does not posses masochist tendencies.

Here are a couple links that I found helpful:



What Miss Snow, Miss Kelle and I did to some poor/lucky boy.


Me and the victim, before the torture began 🙂


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