Everything You Need To Know About Bondage Sex

Many people think about bondage sex but have no idea what it involves. Here’s a straightforward guide with tips and prompts for beginners.

What Is Bondage Sex?

Bondage can be defined as limiting a person’s movement by tying them up, binding them or otherwise, restraining them. It involves an active partner (top) or a passive partner (bottom), although the bottom does not have to be passive.

The most important aspect of bondage game is trust because one of the partners is restricted and therefore vulnerable. You must be able to trust one another completely. Otherwise, this kind of game should never be played. Bondage works best in a loving and trusting relationship.

Benefits

If your partner has difficulty receiving pleasure, being tied up can be the key to relaxation. Some people like the adrenaline rush of the power or struggle of bondage sex game. Others like sensory deprivation because it makes the other senses come alive.

Bondage can also build more trust in a relationship. It’s a different form of sex play. Let’s face it, long-term couples need to spice things up, maybe even with a switch with their sex routine every once in a while.

A few hours of being erotically captivated and the physical intensity can be a great way to relieve stress.

Many people crave freedom from being tied up, with nothing to do but to receive pleasure from their lover. With bondage play, you feel incredibly free by the release you get after receiving the sensations in your body.

How It Works

When you’re starting out, you can always try starting with things around the house like scarves, ties and belts. When you’re ready to level up the experience, you can advance to things like blindfolds, handcuffs and rope.

Safe Word

Before you begin bondage play or any kinky play, it’s very crucial to establish a safe word. A safe word lets the active partner know that it’s time to stop the action because the passive partner needs a break, plus it’s an effective way to practice communication and good communication leads to better sex.

What are some good ideas for safe words?

Some people use the traffic light system where green means go, yellow means slow down and red means stop. Some people use a word they rarely use in real life, like pineapple or butterscotch. But bad ideas for safe words include “no” and “stop’ because those are words you could still use in the heat of the moment and not mean what you’re saying.

Tying Up

When it comes to experimenting with being restricted, the passive partner needs to feel comfortable with the situation. After establishing the safe word, if it’s your first time being tied up, try paper streamers or bondage ribbon so you can break free more easily. If being tied up isn’t exactly your thing, try the leather or fur cuffs instead. Rope takes time to learn to tie, unless it’s adjustable bondage rope. You have plenty of options when it comes to where you’re tied to.

Sensory Play

A blindfold is a perfect way to add even more mystery to your bondage experience. You can utilize feathers and furry paddles to play with touch too.

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