Bondage: What NEVER to Do

Bondage can be a lot of fun for the couple that wants to spice
things up or who wants to explore a little BDSM along the way, but
when it comes to playing with bondage, there are some safety
considerations that you need to remember as well. Having fun is
one thing, but making sure that you have fun in the future too is
something you need to keep in mind.

A lot of people think that bondage is just about tying your partner
up and making sure they can’t move. Or, for others, bondage is a
game of getting someone to do something they don’t want to do
because they are tied up. But often, this narrow thinking can lead
to dangerous situations. Bondage can be hot and erotic, but it can
also be deadly – and that’s not being dramatic.

When you don’t know some basic ties and some basic rules of
bondage, you can inflict bodily harm on someone else. For example,
if you tie someone’s wrists together improperly, you can break
someone’s bones quite easily. If you suspend someone from the
ceiling by their wrists or their ankles, you can also break small
bones, permanently harming them. But being safe about bondage
isn’t just about preventing bruises and breaks; it’s also about
preventing emotional trauma – the kind that never really goes away.

Bondage is, at its core, a form of trust play. When two people
trust each other, it can be a beautiful experience in which one
person loses control by giving it up to the other person. But if
one person breaks the trust or loses the trust of the other,
bondage can be a horrifying experience. When lines are crossed
that were promised to not be crosses or the person being bound
doesn’t say anything about something hurting or being
uncomfortable, both people can be emotionally scarred from the
experience. And that doesn’t make a second attempt all that
appealing.

To help make your first (or millionth) bondage experience all the
more safe and sound, here are some basic tips that you should keep
in mind when you are in a bondage situation:

**Never do bondage with someone that you don’t trust – This should be
fairly common sense, but you would be surprised to see how many
people will actually agree to a bondage scene with someone they
barely know. Even worse, they will go somewhere with this person
that they are unfamiliar with or even go to their home without
telling anyone where they are going.

**You shall not tie anyone up until you have learned some basics
and practiced on inanimate objects.
When you don’t know what
you’re doing, your partner should not be a test subject.

**Do not do bondage by yourself. Someone must always be present, of
course make sure you trust them as in previous example. Never
leave someone alone, tied up and helpless. EVER. Someone should
always be in the room at all times.

**Never do bondage while either of you are intoxicated or under the
influence of drugs
– This is going to hinder both of your abilities
to make solid decisions about your health and well being. For
example, someone that is drunk might not realize they are tying
someone up so tightly, while the person being tied might not feel
the pain of their bones being crushed.

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…And that’s just the beginning there are even more safety issues
you must understand before trying bondage. To learn more visit:
Bondage Tutorial

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What you need to realize is that bondage is a game, but it’s a game
that needs to be played with safety in mind. Because you are
working with the issues of trust and bodily safety, you need to
keep in mind that the human body and mind are fragile. There are a
number of ways that you can make sure that your bondage scene is
safe – learn about proper ways to tie and what can harm the body,
don’t do bondage with someone that you don’t know, or when either
of you is intoxicated. But you also need to create a true feeling
of trust so that you both get what you want from the scene.

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To create even more intensity and desire in your bedroom learn
how to do bondage safely so you can focus on all your desires
instead of having to end the scene short due to injury Visit:

Rope Bondage Techniques

Regards,

Mistress Sophia
& Master Bishop

 

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P.P.S.

**Please note that bondage is only meant for adults 18+ years of age
and older who are freely willing and consenting to participate in
the activity. Bondage is never meant to hold someone against their
will EVER!

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1 thought on “Bondage: What NEVER to Do”

  1. Bondage is trust play – I like this definition. Trust is so underrated in discussing bondage, with many people jumping right into restraints and spanking and what have you. Talk to your lover first, play with them second.

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