A to Z: Figging

I have agreed to do the blogging A to Z challenge, and will publish a under-300 word post from my sex life every day, except Sunday.

For those that don’t know, figging is the art of taking a piece of shaved ginger root and placing it into anus, to create a burning sensation in the recipient. I know most of its use is in BDSM sessions and play, and the pain it can cause will complement sadomasochist games.

I know this from experience, and I wrote it up on my blog: it glows, stings then burns the sensitive skin, inflicting tortuous pain onto the submissive or masochist. It seizes the attention of the bottom: no other sensations on the body are felt as the heat of the ginger sizzles on the skin and dominates the senses.

It’s an inferno. An unrelenting fire of pain sinking deep into my tissue as I try desperately to fight the instinct to rip the root from my hole.

But as my body adjusts, suddenly it’s not just pain, but arousal. Deep fiery lust mounting and needing to be sated. An erection prominent, my loins quivering for touch and relief, my mind agog with lustful thoughts. It’s a ferocious lust, all-consuming in its nature, and wanton in its needs.

All of the above happens inside ninety seconds with figging: the insertion, the slow sizzle, the fierce burn, the desperate lust – all with an undercurrent of intense pain. The ginger draws blood to the region, and it feeds into an intense arousal.

Ginger was used in horse racing using similar methods to make the animals skittish and I can see how it would work; it’s not part of our regular play but once and awhile it is nice to play with, and is worth trying at least once!

To spice up the bedroom, maybe?!

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  1. I remember I have read about figging on your site before I tried it for the first time. And I am definitely a fan. Not to try it like once a week or even once a month, but just to do it occasionally and enjoy the feeling of hot arousal and wetness!

    Rebel xox
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