Punish, tease or tickle a naughty submissive with the 19 string Fondle Suede. The 19.7 inch long suede flogger features a handy wrist loop for hanging the flogger from your belt or store it on a hook or hanger when not in use.
We recommend a suede flogger for people new to flogging, due to its softer feel.
On sale for $41.95, regularly $48.95
What Is The Difference Between A Flogger And A Whip?
Floggers have multiple tresses.
Floggers can travel outside the bedroom and are often seen at medieval and pirate festivals, as part of the costuming.
Whips are the flogger’s longer cousin. The end of the whip forms a single tail but does not branch off into tresses like a flogger. There are a few exceptions, like a split tailed whip, but as the name implies it came from a single tail.
What Is Flogging?
Originally, flogging, also known as, flagellation was a means of disciplinary punishment. Often, one was whipped on their uncovered back resulting in bruising and bleeding. The military, prisons and even schools flog those who do not follow the rules.
In the BDSM world, A dominant exerts control over the submissive through flogging. Therefore, a submissive considers flogging a form of punishment and subjugation.
In the bedroom, sensory play includes whipping and flogging. Rimba’s Fondle Suede Flogger makes the perfect device for sensory play. Run the strands gently across your blindfolded lover’s naked body to arouse them to your desires of bdsm play. If you want to try flogging concentrate on the backside.
Always Play Safe
Never flog a person anywhere on the head or neck. Also, fingers and toes are another no-no. Misuse of any S&M impact device may cause injury. Concussions, fractures or broken bones develop when someone uses an impact device incorrectly. And, never flog or whip the lower back where the kidneys are located because it can cause kidney damage.