When you start working at BDSM, there are a few things you should keep in mind.

Many people think of blindfolds, handcuffs, and silk ties when they hear about BDSM (Bondage and Discipline, Dominance and Submission, Sadochism and Masochism). Others go beyond.

Some individuals don't like BDSM, yet others are more intrigued than ever. New to BDSM? You may wonder where to start.

For this reason, we have sex educators and professionals who draw attention to the fundamental information that BDSM novices need to be aware of.

Before trying BDSM, you need your partner's permission. As consent is BDSM's foundation, you must start there. Without consent, you risk harming someone. Active consent should be informed, enthusiastic, and voluntary.

Be patient—BDSM is a massive activity network. Beginners who desire to learn everything may fall into spanking, bondage, and other rabbit holes. You may try anything initially. You may want to try things without knowing the consequences. So relax, know there will be temptations, but be careful first.

It may seem foolish to tie a fancy knot or make your spouse kneel at first. Mistakes are inevitable. However, BDSM is about enjoyment and discovering new desires and fantasies. Adventure should permeate everything.

You both have equal say in what you do to each other, especially as novices. As you improve at negotiating scenes, you'll make them sexy and even part of your foreplay. Finding your BDSM role will be the most crucial step.

Some prefer clear language—stop, go on, I'm okay. Some utilize colors—red (stop immediately), yellow (I'm uncomfortable or slow down), green (continue). Use basic language in strong BDSM scenes to avoid injuring each other.

Watch this space for further developments.