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Getting Started In Bondage Sex: A Guide To The Practice

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Your questions about bondage sex can finally be answered now. We’ll go over what it entails and how to make the most of it. To baptise this sexual practise, which has become so popular thanks to erotic literature and books […]

Your questions about bondage sex can finally be answered now. We’ll go over what it entails and how to make the most of it.

To baptise this sexual practise, which has become so popular thanks to erotic literature and books like 50 Shades of Gray in particular, the term “bondage” has been used. This kind of sex is nothing new; in fact, it has been around for a long time. However, it is no longer a taboo subject. Some questions, however, remain about the practise of bondage sex: what does it entail? Is there a distinction between bondage sex and BDSM? So you can make an informed decision, we’re clearing up all the ambiguities and giving you some pointers on how to get started with bondage sex.

What is bondage sex, and how does it work?

When you hear the word “bondage,” you probably picture whips, eye masks, various sex toys, and a lot of leather. However, none of these things are required, and sadomasochism is not the only incorrect term for it. In bondage sex, one person’s body is immobilised while sexual intercourse is taking place. a method of immobilising someone using ropes or other devices (chains, handkerchiefs, handcuffs …).

Prior to the introduction of the modern concept of “erotic” bondage, the term “bondage” was used to describe a Japanese practise of immobilising prisoners (also known as “tie” in Japanese). When performed with both parties’ consent and meeting the acronym SSC (sensible, safe, and consensual), bondage can be a healthy, enjoyable, and exciting experience. As a result, it’s time to let go of the assumptions we’ve made in the past. Doing it correctly can make for an enjoyable experience.

Bdsm And Bondage Have Distinct Meanings.

What you’re looking for is the first initial of the acronym BDSM, which is bondage. These practises include: bondage, discipline/dominance, submissio and sadomasochism. This is what is meant by the term “sexual practises.” This is what the erotic novel 50 Shades of Grey has to offer. However, the focus of this article will be solely on bondage sex, immobilisation, and methods for engaging in it.

Here Are Some Pointers On How To Get Started With Bondage Sex:

Practice with a partner or someone you can trust. You can do this with anyone, but it is safer to do it with someone you can trust. It’s critical to feel secure and at ease in any given situation. Consider the scenario in which a total stranger offers to tie you up on your first date.

Decide on a character: You have the option of being either the tied person or the tied person yourself. Before you begin, come to an agreement with your partner.

Stop feeling guilty about wanting to enjoy sex. The goal is to enjoy sex, so stop feeling guilty and express your sexual fantasies out loud.

It’s best to begin with loose ties so that you have the feeling that you can release them at any time. Starting with tight ties can be overwhelming for someone who has never practised it before. Try it with your wrists or feet tied to get a feel for it.

Beyond immobilisation, other accessories such as lubricants, an eye mask, a vibrator… can be used to increase pleasure.

If you’ve heard of the “safe word,” a term agreed upon by two (or more) people before practising BDSM, then you’ve heard of bondage, yes, but without pain. When someone expresses a desire not to continue a particular behaviour, it is helpful to say it aloud. “Looser,” “Stop,” and the like are all possible meanings for the signal. Alternatively, you can simply tell your partner to stop.

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