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In sexual games, bondage restricts a partner's behavior for sexual pleasure.
There are many reasons why some people are enraged by slavery. In this game, there is a dynamic occurrence of power, a partner control ("dominant" or "dom") and a person giving up control ("submissive" or "sub").
Just as many people get inspiration from other fantasy role-playing, DOM/sub-dynamics can be an exciting exploration.
All sex games need to build trust between people who play together, but it's never more true than testing your body's boundaries, such as when bound.
Discovering bondage in a relationship is a great way to get closer and build trust that lasts longer than the bedroom.
Yes! The common misconception is that all restraints are hard and painful, or that you need your own personal dungeon and a set of stocks to try.
Although bondage can definitely be mentioned above, everyone starts somewhere. This means that there are several levels of restraint equipment, most of which are gentle, super emotional and romantic.
Whether you use a soft restraint device as a stepping stone for a more advanced game or stay in the comfort zone forever depends entirely on you and your partner.
To help you get started, we have a complete product category dedicated to beginners.
First of all, we suggest starting with blindfolding. Blinding is the perfect balance between restraint and sensory play. Essentially, blindfolds limit vision. What about the results? The wearer's whole body becomes particularly sensitive to other sensory inputs, including sound, smell and touch.
Explore blindfolded partners through strokes, kisses and licks to take full advantage of their new sensitive skin.
Feather tickler is an ideal first sensory tool. Some soft nylon buckle wrist cuffs reinforce constraints rather than overwhelm beginners.
Actual restraints (handcuffs, ropes, etc.) should not hurt (if they hurt, they are too tight), but the sensory games you've explored can be transitioned through a series of senses: from gentle kisses, gentle feathers and sensory massage to hot wax games, pinches and spikes. This will make your eyes moist (and everything in between).
How far have you pushed your sensory boundaries? It's entirely personal to decide what feeling you want to try together. You should agree before the game.
Yes! But like all sex games, you should follow some rules to make sure you both have the best time.
Restriction games have stricter rules, just because of the nature of the game: one of you is bound, and your body is not so strong, so you rely on your partner for your safety. Rules include never leaving a constrained partner alone (even for a moment), always saying a safe word, and never tying someone too tightly.