I love getting choked during sex is something wrong w/ me?? Don't ask me who put me on to it, I couldn't even tell you. All I know is I dreampt that my man @ that time was choking me & I came more. One day we were having sex & I said "chock" me he looked @ me & was like r u sure? I said yes.. He did I was like whoa.. Now when u getting choked only a lil pressure on the throat/ neck area, u ain't trying to die now!! lol easy... He's 1st but not tha last..
Lol, you are definately not alone. My boyfriend and I do this all the time. When he's on top he chokes me, and when I'm on top I choke him. It kinda helps with my agression and turns him on like crazy. There is absolutely nothing wrong with you. =]
Will you live with yourself when you accidentally kill a person you care about?
NOBODY knows what they are doing when it comes to cutting off your air supply! Especially during intense love making. Check the stats. on that.
Ok I LOVE being choked during sex, usually the harder the better, aslong as the person knows what they are doing and you have a sign system set up no one should be dying there, give it up people.
Like with me it a tap on the hand or shoulder and they let go, it's the BEST THING EVER! There's a difference ok, I have lived through a marriage of 5yrs where I was intensely beaten with his favorite thing to do was choke. And before and after this relationship I was hooked on it in bed. If people are dying it's cuz their partner either didn't know what they were doing or meant to do what they did and just wouldn't admit it!
I also like being slapped in the face, my hair pulled, etc along with choking...including suffocation by the person's hand over your mouth and nose, all to the point until you can't help but cry!!!!
Anything like this that could end up being dangerous should be taken seriously. That isn't to say it shouldn't be done at all. I enjoy it a lot myself. I'm saying though that you should never do it with someone you don't trust to have your best interests in mind, or someone you don't trust to stop if things go too far.