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Bondage Basics

Whether you want to spice up your sex life or just start experimenting with something, couples bondage is a popular place to start for many people. Here are some factors that you might like to consider before you do.

If you have a vivid imagination or plenty of reading material from which to draw inspiration, there is no reason why the two of you shouldn’t simply experiment in the privacy of your own bedroom and see how it feels. The important thing to remember when experimenting with couples bondage in your own home is that although it is the act of giving control to another that makes it so exciting, you may need a safe word to use at first, so that you do not feel so out of control that you are too frightened to enjoy yourself. (A safe word is simply a word chosen, usually one that has no sexual context, which can be stated by either partner if they feel uncomfortable or want to stop.) The robot system is popular and works really well. Green - I like what you’re doing, you can ramp it up a bit. Yellow – I like what you’re doing, but stay at that level. Red – Stop immediately. Sometimes, one partner may be naturally far more dominant than the other, and in these situations a safe word can make early sessions much easier and more relaxing for both parties.

In order to physically restrain each other, you’ll need some basic equipment. Get inspired with a few suggestions below, and always remember to be safe.

Bondage Rope – While you could simply pop into your local hardware store and buy a length of rope, most people find that bondage rope, especially designed for the purpose, is easier to use. The main problem with regular rope is that it could chafe your skin very easily should you struggle when restrained and you may find it difficult to explain the resulting marks on your wrists if your work colleagues happen to notice them on Monday morning! Bondage rope is made of a softer material but is still strong enough to keep you tied up in knots. It’s also easy to wash, and much more sensual, which makes it ideal for play sessions. Try the Want To Play? Rope by Fifty Shades of Grey Collection.

Handcuffs – Although traditional metal handcuffs, similar to those that are used by police forces across the globe, can be very uncomfortable if you should struggle, many people prefer them to the softer options for precisely that reason. However, whether you’re bondage beginners or not, you should choose the handcuffs you feel most comfortable with, and that includes both metal, such as the You. Are. Mine. Handcuffs from the Fifty Shades of Grey collection, and softer varieties such as the Frou Frou Organza Cuffs from Bijoux.

Blindfolds – Blindfolds are one of the most fun, and easiest, ways to explore couples bondage because you’re sure to already have plenty of items at home that you can use to blindfold your partner! If you need a blindfold for your bondage exploration, try the Blind Passions Mask By Bijoux Petite Bon Bons!

You could also try a Beginners Kit, that will have a combination of these items.

With the above equipment and a willing partner, you're ready to get started on your journey into the world of bondage. Just remember that it’s supposed to be fun and try not to get too carried away! Choose the bondage toys with the most appeal to your particular desires, stay safe, and enjoy.


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