BDSM in the Kitchen: Check Your Cupboards and Drawers, Playtime’s Already in Your Home


BDSM should be accessible to everyone and it shouldn’t cost an arm and a leg. Unfortunately, BDSM equipment is expensive. That’s a major deterrent to many that don’t have the budget for it. But what is BDSM if not creativity put into action? So let’s get creative and look for practical solutions in an unconventional place; our own homes. And what better spot to start than somewhere already loaded with wonderfully sinister items?

I call it “Kitchen Kink”

I often give sub/slave tasks that involve creative thinking in the kitchen. I’ve dubbed this “kitchen kink” and it helps them to think beyond just whips, cuffs, rope, and leather everything. Now, I love me some great hand-made items to torment my sub with, but sometimes thinking outside the box gives us the ability to experience new and delightful sensations in BDSM. From impact elements to food items that produce wild sensations, I’m giving you a list of amazing things you can try in your next play session. Say hello to “Kitchen Kink.”

All you need is a kitchen and the following utensils

  1. Spatulas – These are some of my favorite tools to play with from the kitchen. Great for spanking, cbt, and even a wicked bastinado, spatulas are flexible with a wide head that gets a great thwack when you need it most.
  2. Spoons – From bamboo mixing spoons to metal soup spoons, these deviously devilish things do a lot! I’ve used spoons for spanking, cbt, and then doubled the handles as a makeshift cane. Granted it’s not very effective in that regard but when you need something quick, it does the trick. You can even freeze metal spoons to play with temperature and then cup some testicles for a bit of frosty torment.
  3. Forks – Don’t have a Wartenberg wheel? No problem. Forks are a wonderful substitute. I quite enjoy giving a spiky sensation and playing with the fear that I just might pierce the skin. Do be careful though, they can be sharp and we want to be as safe as possible. Forks are also a great item to use on the bottom of the feet for tickle fetishists.
  4. Knives – Oooh, knife play! Dangerous but exciting. With knives, you need to be very careful. Knife play should only be done if you know what you’re doing. If you have that edgeplay kink though, then go for it!
  5. Bag Clamps – For more than just making sure your chips don’t get stale! You can use bag clamps for everything from nipple clamps to labia clamps to makeshift zippers. I love making a sub drool and bag clamps work wonderfully when gags aren’t available. Placing one of these cumbersome suckers on their tongues so they can’t help but drool, is delightful!
  6. Skewers – I know what you’re thinking but no. I don’t recommend actually skewering your partner. Skewers can however, be used for that pokey feeling or sensation play when you combine them together. If metal skewers are available, you can also freeze them for temperature play. Tie two of these together with rubber bands and they make a great nipple-pinch or even clit-pinch device. Skewers can used these for so much. They’re a staple in my bag.
  7. Rice – I swear rice is a magical food. We all know rice is great to make a sub kneel on, but there’s so much more you can do with it. If you want to get creative, put some rice in an old sock and heat it up in the microwave. You now have a heating pad that can be used for temperature play.

These are just a few ideas to help get your creative and kinky mind going. Kink and BDSM should always be accessible to anyone who wants to play. With kitchen kink, everyday items in our own homes can allow everyone to explore their glorious deviancy.

What item do you like to play with? Are there foods or objects you can think of that can enhance the experience too? We would love to hear it in the comments!

Written exclusively for Female Fetish Federation

2 responses to “BDSM in the Kitchen: Check Your Cupboards and Drawers, Playtime’s Already in Your Home”

  1. Miss Dee Meaner says:

    Ohhhh!!! I hadn’t thought of these!! Ok I’m going to go rummage around my kitchen right now to look for more ideas to add to the list!

  2. Leesha Lacey says:

    This is a great article!! So many ideas that are sitting there in front of us all along!

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