Restraints - Black Leather. Electro-Stimulation a. Electric Play. Electrical play, electro-stimulation , erotic electro-stim all basically mean the same thing: using electrically powered devices in safe, sane and consensual BDSM games! It may seem like a scary notion to many people, but it can easily be made safe provided two simple rules are followed: only use devices powered by low-powered batteries, or plug-in-powered appliances that have been designed to "step down" the voltage and regulates the power ; and never place any contacts or electrodes above the waist including on hands or arms , because even small currents in the heart or brain can disrupt those organs' own delicate electrical activity with serious consequences.
Erotic electrostimulation uses electrical currents to sexually stimulate and is fast becoming a popular way to enjoy sexual pleasure. Learn what it is all about, common myths, consumer alerts and warnings, research and studies regarding health benefits, tips for using estim devices as well as safety concerns and more. By Lisa S. Lawless, Ph.
Well let me tell you I love electro-stimulation so I often have them. It may not be your cup of tea and you prefer a standard vibrator and for many newbies out there and those that do now want to experiment more, then good for you. However for me the standard toy felt pretty good but I wanted to explore my sexuality further and see how far I could go in the pursuit of erotic happiness. I turned to electro stimulation a few years back after trying out one of those tighten your abs devices that pulsed through an electric current.
The shift in thinking about music from cosmic harmony to nervous stimulation made metaphors and speculative theories relating music and electricity irresistible. As this essay demonstrates, metaphors and speculative theories linking music and electricity have in fact been common since the eighteenth century, when they provided a language to express a new, more materialist view of music as a form of physical stimulation that challenged older Pythagorean traditions of music as a matter of universal order. Especially in the nineteenth century, the association of electricity with the human nervous system and its sensual pleasures meant that it had very different associations from today. On the other hand, from the s onward the idea of electric music increasingly became a central part of a medical critique of music as a danger to health and morals that reflected deep anxieties about sensuality. Looking at a wide range of sources from mainstream and speculative medicine to music criticism, literature, and etiquette books from throughout Europe, this essay will analyze the shift from cosmology to physiology and pathology in discussions of electric music.