BDSM Escorts


London's Finest BDSM escort services

At Bubbles Escorts, some of the most commonly requested services fall within the BDSM umbrella of fetishes. On this page, you can find all of our escorts offering BDSM services within London and the surrounding counties. This makes it easier than ever before for you to find a cheap BDSM escort who can provide an impeccable standard of service from start to finish.

 

We strive for perfection in all facets of our service, so when booking with Bubbles you can feel confident that you’ll enjoy an evening which truly blows your mind ensuring you’ll never need to consider finding quality independent escorts ever again. Fulfil your every fetish and fantasy with one of the many dominant and submissive escorts available on our BDSM gallery. BDSM escorts come in all shapes and sizes, so whether you prefer BBW escorts, busty escorts or slim, petite models; you’ll always be able to find the ideal cheap escorts for you here at Bubbles.

 

If you feel you’ve stumbled across the wrong part of our website, you could try checking out our range of outcall or GFE escorts.

What is a BDSM escort?

For all intents and purposes, this question really boils down to what BDSM itself is. At its core, BDSM is simply a range of roleplaying practices which involve a range of interpersonal dynamics including bondage, discipline, dominance, submission and sadomasochism. This usually manifests in the form of a dominant and a submissive partner, who may also be referred to as a top and bottom respectively. BDSM escort services can incorporating an enormous array of other fetishes such as anal play, wax play, age play and many more.

 

Fetishes including submission and dominance are actually incredibly common worldwide, as you can see from LoveHoney’s UK Sex Map. Because of this, it’s unsurprising that these services are some of the most commonly requested services alongside other fetishes such as foot fetishes and golden showers – particularly with high class escort agencies. Fulfil your every fetish and fantasy without delay by selecting any of the fetish escorts you see on this page. Simply call our team and Bubbles Escorts and you could be living out your wildest dreams in no time!

Why are people into BDSM escorts?

For many people BDSM and fetish is simply a way to experiment with their sexual fantasies of control or lack thereof. BDSM Submissive people may find that the lack of control over their life and body is enormously arousing; while a dominant person may conversely find that having complete control over another person to be an empowering experience.

 

BDSM is a fetish surrounded by misconceptions, with many people that possess more vanilla preferences struggling to understand the fantasy. This leads many to the false conclusion that an interest in BDSM could indicate a history of abuse or psychological distress. Many are then brought to the assumption that BDSM practitioners are compensating for their sexual difficulties through their fantasies; however evidence suggests otherwise.

 

For more information on the psychology behind why people enjoy spending time with BDSM escorts, you can check out this article: https://www.psychologytoday.com/gb/blog/unique-everybody-else/201307/bdsm-personality-and-mental-health

Aspects of BDSM

BDSM is an umbrella term for a huge variety of erotic behaviours, but the experience of a particular practitioner usually falls under one or a combination of the following physiological and psychological categories.

 

Bondage and Discipline (B&D): This is a category that can easily be defined by splitting the two elements apart from each other. Bondage simply describes the practice of physical restraint and is one of the most commonly recognized forms of BDSM; even considered by many to be a form of art. More specifically, bondage refers to binding the submissive partner’s appendages to restrict their movement – often by using ropes or handcuffs to restrain the wrists as an example.

Discipline often refers to restraint in a more psychological sense, with a set of rules that must be followed and defined punishments for failing to follow said rules. Punishments often include physical pain (such as caning, whipping or spanking) or take a more psychological route (such as humiliation or degradation) and may even tie in elements of bondage as another form of punishment.

 

Dominance and Submission (D&s): While the overall definition for these terms is somewhat self-explanatory, there are many sub-categories of dominance and submission including female domination (femdom), male domination (maledom), and more. The general premise is that the submissive party will hand over control to a dominant party in an erotic context. This explores one of the more psychological elements of BDSM; often including a written contract containing rules or guidelines to benefit all parties involved.

However, when booking with one of our BDSM escorts it’s unlikely that any sort of written contract will be necessary. Simply have a quick discussion with your expert BDSM companion and cover your limits and boundaries concisely at the start of your session. If you're specifically interested in spending time with one of our Dominatrix escorts you can find them here.

 

Sadism and Masochism (S&M): Sadism and Masochism are two sides of the same coin involving giving and receiving pleasure from pain play. Sadism refers to those who gain sexual gratification from inflicting pain, whereas masochism refers to people who get the same gratification from receiving pain; although it’s pretty common for either party to switch roles. While for safety purposes, many of our BDSM escorts will not offer masochistic services; they know exactly how to ensure your wildest fantasies are brought to fruition.

All in all, it’s important to remember that with any aspect of BDSM it’s imperative that both parties are mutually consensual and understand the limitations of their partner.

BDSM Equipment and Toys

Types of play our BDSM escorts can provide are often limited by the range of toys available. Our escorts usually have a wide variety of simple toys, including role play uniforms, dildos, plugs, ropes and cuffs. If you’re really looking to get the most out of an authentic BDSM experience you may want to find your way over to our blog section where you can find more information about the top toys and equipment for your fetish fantasies.

BDSM Terminology

Some common terminology you should be aware of before arranging a session with one of our BDSM escorts includes the following:

Aftercare: This refers to a short period of time after your session with one of our BDSM mistresses. During this time you will discuss the events of your session and gauge your reaction to them. This is important as failure to engage in proper aftercare can lead to a feeling of depression after the initial endorphin rush subsides.

 

Bad Pain: Bad pain usually refers to pain which pushes beyond your hard limits (see below).

 

Good Pain: Good pain usually refers to satisfying pain which is within your mutually agreed boundaries.

 

Bondage: Bondage refers to acts which physically restrain one of the involved parties. This usually refers to complete restraint of the body, although it can also refer to more specifically limited body parts.

 

Breath control: This refers to acts in which the dominant restricts the breathing of the submissive. This is common for people with asphyxiation fetishes.

 

Chastity: Chastity is a form of denying erotic stimulation by restricting access to the genitals. This usually takes the form of a device which restricts the wearer from being able to make physical contact. Chastity devices often feature a locking mechanism which prevents the submissive from being able to remove it without the permission of the dominant.

 

Consent: Within BDSM, consent refers to mutual agreement of expectations and limits between both parties.

 

Top: Within a BDSM pairing, the top is the person performing the action. This often refers to the dominant, but could also refer to a submissive performing actions on another submissive at the request of the dominant.

 

Bottom: The bottom usually refers to the receiver, who will receive physical stimulation from the top.

 

Dom/Dominant: In a BDSM pairing, the dom or dominant is the person who is in control. This is the opposite of a submissive.

 

Domme/Dominatrix: These terms both refer to female dominants.

 

Sub/Submissive: The submissive is the opposite of the dominant, giving up control to their dominant partner.

 

Switch: A switch is someone who can flip between both top and bottom and enjoys both dominant and submissive roles.

 

D/s: Shortened form of Domination and Submission.

 

Dungeon: Dungeons are small rooms or areas which act as a play space for BDSM experiences, usually with extensive bondage or other BDSM equipment.

 

Electro-play: This is a form of electronic stimulation of various body parts, usually for sexual stimulation or pain play.

 

Financial Domination: Also referred to as findom or money slavery, this refers to domination agreements in which the submissive will give money or other gifts to their dominant partner.

 

Limits: These refer to the boundaries that should not be crossed under any circumstances (hard limits) or boundaries that either the top or bottom would be hesitant to cross (soft limits).

 

Impact Play: This refers to sensation play that deals with impact. Examples include whipping, caning and spanking.

 

OTK: This stands for “over the knee” and is commonly used when referring to spanking.

 

Safeword: This is a codeword a bottom can use to let their top know that they’re uncomfortable with the current events (maybe due to limits being pushed or simply overwhelming intensity) in order to stop and take a break from the current BDSM activities.

 

Keeping safe during BDSM play

When indulging in the pleasures of BDSM with one of our escorts, it’s important that you keep safety as one of your top priorities. One of the most important implementations to any fetish play is the inclusion of a “safeword”; which is used to let your partner (or BDSM escort) know that they’re pushing your limits beyond what you’re comfortable with.

 

On top of this, it’s important to first evaluate what risks might come up during your BDSM session. It’s often quite easy to mitigate any potential risks with proper preparation which can easily be remembered with the following acronyms and ideologies:

SSC (Safe, Sane and Consensual) – This emphasises safety when taking part in BDSM activities and ensuring all parties involved are mentally sound to consent to all proposed activities.

RACK (Risk Aware Consensual Kink) – This acronym is an important one to remember as it is a reminder that almost all BDSM activities do come with some inherent risk. It’s important to be aware of any risks you might be taking during your session to ensure any accidents are dealt with safely and appropriately.

Hurt not Harm – This ideology exists to recognise that while someone may experience physical pain from BDSM activity; they should not be subject to any long-lasting harm.

 

Another thing to consider before indulging in your BDSM fantasies is that some things are best enjoyed with a clear, sober mind. Consuming alcohol as an example can slow down your reaction times which could lead to you being less aware of actions that could cause long-term harm, which is something that should be avoided at all costs during BDSM play.

 

Last but not least, proper communication is imperative when spending time with one of our mistresses in London. It’s important to be honest with yourself and your desires just as much as it is to be honest with your partner to ensure you have a mutual understanding of each other’s tastes and preferences.