If your partner isn't into hitting, but you can both get turned on by nipple clamps, that would be a great realization to come to!
If you already know your specific desire, let's talk about things to consider when finding someone specifically to fulfill your BDSM needs.
The more the submissive is reminded of their place in your world the deeper the servitude becomes, slave contracts and consistent dominant approaches will always deepen this relationship, you can also have a look at the slave registry and get your slave to register and get their own unique number and certificate as an owned slave.
If you are the Master or Mistress reading this looking for new ideas please remember you need to always be consistent, there is nothing worse than a slave feeling as if their Master/Mistress is not dominant enough or that they are not consistent in their approach. I'm happy that you and your partner have talked about boundaries. Or are you a Dominant, and you want to be in control of someone else?Are you interested in being tied up or otherwise restrained (bondage)? And is the type of punishment you're interested in physical (e.g. [related_post] Seeing as you mentioned that your partner isn't into hitting you, I assume you enjoy pain.Personally, I’m so physically oriented that I know I can’t keep a long distance relationship going if it’s too far, for too long, with visits too far between.I mean, I can do it for a few weeks at a time if it’s temporary and an infrequent occurrence, say once or twice a year. I'm in a relationship where my partner is not interested in BDSM, but I am. They can't bring themselves to hit me — it makes them uncomfortable. I'm going to write this to try to help those who might not be as experienced, too. This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what to consider about you and BDSM.