A Bondage BDSM Primer

Posted on February 13 2017

Have you ever wanted to get a little kinky in the bedroom but weren’t sure how? Let our bondage primer be your guide. Instead of reading the same old tips and tricks over and over again, we’re going to talk a bit about what bondage actually is, why people like it, and how you can safely and consensually incorporate it into your bedroom play.

A Bondage BDSM Primer

What is Bondage?

To put it in plain terms, bondage is the act of tying up another person for either aesthetic or sexual satisfaction. That is, you may simply enjoy how the ropes look tied around the breasts, back, or restraining the arms and legs. Or, you might be sexually aroused by this display. Though it is the “B” in BDSM, it is not sadomasochistic in and of itself.

Why Do People Like Bondage?

People like tying each other up and using restraints because, well, we all have things that turn us on, right? For some, it’s the way the rope or restraints dig into the flesh. For others, it’s the feeling of being immobilized that gets them hot. Though many people like BDSM, there are a million different reasons they enjoy it.

To Be Tied Up or To Tie Others Up, That’s the Question…

Not everyone enjoys every aspect of bondage. You might be submissive and enjoy being tied up. Or, you might be dominant and like tying others up. Still, you might enjoy being on both sides of the equation depending on your mood. It’s an individual experience and while you can enjoy it with your partner, make sure you’re both on the same page first. Come up with a safe word before entering into any rope play. Talk about what you would like to do (and what you don’t want to do) before the sexual mood strikes. That’ll avoid any misunderstandings in the middle of the fun.

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