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Hand Over Mouth
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- Extreme care is to be taken during any form of oxygen deprivation, as
brain damage, disability, and death are very real and surprisingly easy
to accomplish outcomes.
- Be sure to have a safe action that is
always known and followed to help ensure that play stops when the
person being deprived of oxygen needs it to stop.
- Safe words will not
work for this kind of play, being as the mouth will be covered.
- One should ALWAYS keep a clock nearby so that play never exceeds a certain
amount of time.
- It is extremely important that both partners be
well tuned into eachother so as to see when the person being deprived
is reaching their limit.
- Most importantly, know your own
limits. Do not ever allow yourself to go without using the safe action
until it is too late simply because you don't feel ready to stop play
- Many people advise against any asphyxiation play due to potential dangers. Be extremely cautious. People DO die from this.
The act of cutting off another person's oxygen intake using one's hands over the person's mouth and nose. The
most common form is that of one hand covering the mouth, preventing it
from opening sufficiently to intake oxygen, with two fingers of the
other hand pinching the nose shut. This is often combined with gloves
or fabrics to enhance the experience of both parties. Many
people enjoy this form of oxygen deprivation because of the easy
ability to look into each other's eyes and connect more intimately
during the experience.