Bondage

Bondage

BDSM (Bondage, Discipline, Sadism, Masochism), or bondage play as it is more commonly referred to, is used as a general term to cover a wide array of activities, distinct subcultures, and interpersonal relationships, sometimes even going beyond the original categories of bondage and discipline, dominance and submission, and sadomasochism. While bondage play is no longer something new, it remains to be foreign territory for a lot of people so bondage play is used as a means of pushing sexual boundaries and testing one’s limits. Bondage play is exciting but it can also be very daunting so delving a little bit more in the territory is essential in making the most out of the experience.

Some BDSM basics

Bondage play builds upon the physical arousal one gets in the face of being rendered helpless or rendering a partner helpless. While submission and domination are integral to bondage play, just as important to the experience is the consent of all parties involved. It is important that you have good communication at all times with parties part of the act as this will help ensure you avoid situations of pure distress. It is also for this reason that before bondage play ensues that all involved parties agree on a safe word. To avoid accidentally uttering the safe word while you’re in throes of passion, it is best that you come up with one that you don’t normally use. Don’t use something too obscure either as this increases the likelihood that the parties involved will forget the assigned safe word.

It’s typical for bondage play to have an elaborate setup but you may be able to get more out of the experience by being creative and spontaneous, such as using ordinary everyday objects in the act. Not only will this address your sexual needs at the moment but it’s also a great way to be reminded of the memorable romp you had.

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