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October 25, 2021 3 min read

Hello #MomentumLovers! 

Pretty mucheverything has been fetishized bysomeone, but there are some aspects of society that are fetishized more than others – and the world of medicine is definitely one of those.


“Medical play” is a popular type of kink that encompasses everything from doctor/patient roleplays, to consensualrectal “exams,” to pretending your penis is a life-saving antidote for a perilous poison. It’s the source of some of the most magnificently “messed-up” fantasies in all of kink-land. Many people enjoy the taboo of combining medical themes with sex, and the tension between a doctor’s cold clinical demeanor and the lewd things we may imagine them doing to us (or us doing to them). If the thousands of medical fetish porn clips on the internet are anything to go by, it seems thatmany people see the potential for perverted hotness under paper gowns and surgical gloves.


But how do you actuallydo medical play if you’re brand-new to it? Here are some suggestions for working medical themes into your kinky sex life...


  1. Do a medical roleplay

The medical world is full of power hierarchies, and is therefore easy to “kinkify.” You and your partner could roleplay as a bossy doctor and a subservient nurse, a flirtatious anesthesiologist and a shy surgery candidate, an anxious medical intern and their litigious patient, or anything else you can dream up.


If you’re at a loss for hot scenarios, check out some medical fetish porn or watch a few episodes of a steamy medical TV drama.


  1. Incorporate medical equipment into your play

Many, many, many different medical devices have been co-opted by kinksters for various purposes. Stethoscopes, speculums, enemas, Wartenberg wheels, dental dams, straitjackets, needles, urethral sounds, dental gags… The list goes on and on.


If you’re curious about this type of play, pick up a piece of intriguing medical equipment from a fetish supply store, read up on how to use it safely, and get creative! (Just keep in mind that some pieces of equipment flat-out shouldn’t be used by anyone who lacks medical training. If you’re not sure, probably best to err on the side of “don’t do it.” You can always just play pretend instead!)


  1. Perform a “medical examination” on yourself or a partner

You may have heard about the benefits of doing self-examinations, to detect early signs of conditions such as breast cancer or testicular cancer. Since it’s important to do these regularly, you might as well make them sexy!


After reading up on proper examination technique, give your partner (or yourself) a slow, thorough exam with your hands. Make sure to usea good lubricant to keep things comfortably slick. You can do this in-character as some kind of medical professional, or just be yourself – it’s fun either way!


  1. Eroticize the pandemic

Living through a global pandemic isn’t the sexiest thing, to say the least – but one way of coping with trauma, potentially including a global collective trauma like COVID-19, is to explore it through kink.


Maybe you’ll roleplay as a nefarious doctor and a nervous patient undergoing an unconventional “COVID test” that involves, for some reason, a vaginal swab… with the doctor’s tongue. Maybe you’ll wear aface mask throughout sex to enhance the medical mood. Maybe you’ll punish your submissive for not being thorough enough while washing their hands. The possibilities are endless!


  1. Re-imagine pleasure as a “procedure”

Many of the best setups for medical kink scenes involve someone being given pleasure “for their own good” as part of a fictitious medical procedure, sometimes coercively. (We’re talking about roleplay here;actual coercion and non-consent have no place in kink or anywhere else!) Lots of medically-minded kinksters enjoy the power dynamics and torturous bliss that these types of scenarios can conjure.


You could, for example, pretend to be a mad scientist who is “milking” a hapless subject’s semen from their body by any means necessary, for mysterious reasons. You could roleplay as an alien and an abductee, learning about each other’s bodies under the cold lights of a UFO’s medical bay. You could portray a sleazy obstetrician who convinces their pregnant patient that clitoral pleasure is an important component of a healthy pregnancy. All of these scenarios make normal sexual pleasures into something more psychologically complex and taboo, which many people find exciting.


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