What Is The Primal Play Kink and Should You Try It?
Q: Amanda is a 25 year old bisexual, and her question for The Cooper and Anthony Show was this: she has a kink she wants to explore and she thinks it’s called, “primal play” but she isn’t sure. In her relationship, she’s a sub and her boyfriend is a dom. She wants to be hunted like prey and wants to be captured and tied up, held down and he is into it. The problem is that she cant find videos or any information about it. Is there a term for it? Where can she find more information about this particular fantasy?
It is called primal play, you were right, and it’s about expressing ourselves freely and wordlessly. Doing what comes naturally. It’s also all about trusting each other implicitly. But it has that fun silly frivolousness to it. While there was little research and discussion about it, now it’s popularity is on the rise. That means you can find several articles on the primal play fetish from many reputable sources.
PRIMAL PLAY: MISCONCEPTIONS
The biggest misconception I’ve seen about primal play is that it’s always animal play or about pretending to be an animal or something like that. That’s not true. It’s about being raw and real and in the kink world it is considered one of the more honest kinks. It can be animalistic, but it’s not about pretending to be a bear or something. it’s about connecting with one’s most primitive, basic, and animalistic needs. Primal play centers around raw feelings, actions, and natural impulses, especially sexual urges.
And while I understand you are the sub and your boyfriend is the dom, some people who do primal play switch roles at some point where you chase him instead of him chasing you. It can be something like, you play tag on a beach and runa nd chase each other for the sexual turn on.
Primal play has a fun silly side to it that keeps sex less serious and more fun for some people.