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The ultimate guide for beginner bondage.

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The ultimate guide for beginner bondage.

You're not alone If you and your spouse want to try something different in your sex life. Try kinky forms of sex like BDSM ‘Bondage for beginners’ — that is, tying up and teasing with your spouse. 

While some couples are focused on discovering the best sex toys for couples – or the finest sex toys in general – others choose bondage to spice things up in the bedroom. It is, however, far from a new trend, bondage play is one of the most popular types of BDSM.

Bondage sex is a type of BDSM in which one person binds the other in a sexual position. The procedure can be as straightforward or as complicated as the couple wishes. Some bondage jobs are doggy-style or missionary-style, while others are more athletic and require special bondage gear. 

 

Bondage Play Tips 

If you're new to bondage, keep these pointers in mind before you begin: 

Establish ground rules with your spouse. 

Before you begin engaging in healthy bondage play, you and your partner should agree on what you're both comfortable with. To feel comfortable and secure exploring, have an open and honest conversation with your partner about the roles you're both drawn to.

Choose a safe word. 

Bondage play is built on the foundations of trust and mutual consent between one or more partners. However, distinguishing between fun banter and a genuine request to slow down or halt the experience in the middle of a session can be difficult. Every bondage practitioner should establish at least one safe word with their partner—something that either party may use to indicate that a boundary has been passed and that a break is required. You and your partner can also choose two alternative safe words—one that signals a halt in action and another that indicates you're approaching a boundary and should ease down or change the direction of the session.

Always ensure safety. 

Bondage should only be attempted by beginners with someone they know and never by strangers. It is necessary to check on the physical and emotional well-being of one's partner. Asking if they are comfortable or developing a nonverbal cue such as a light tap to express pleasure are examples of this.

Toys, props, and costumes should all be included. 

Costumes, toys, and other extras may be used to enhance the experience. Allowing one's imagination to go wild can be fun as well.

Bondage positions for beginners.

Handcuffed to the bed: This type of bondage is shackling someone with rope or handcuffs to a bed—often a headboard. Bed bonding allows for a variety of positions, the most of which are suitable for foreplay or vibrator stimulation.

Cowgirl: The submissive partner is bound in a spread-eagle position as the dominant partner performs the cowgirl or reverse cowgirl position on top of them in this bondage position.

Spooning bondage: The little spoon partner's arms are bound in front of them in the spooning bondage position, often known as the rag doll position. For added kink, blindfold the spooned spouse.

Chair bondage: The body parts of a submissive are tied to a high-back chair in this style of bondage. Their legs are usually shackled to the chair legs, and their arms are usually fastened to the back of the chair. This enables the dominant to ride them or have oral sex with them.

Standing bondage: The submissive partner's arms are bound behind their backs—often to a wall or ceiling—and their legs are stretched with a spreader bar attaching their ankles to shackles while standing. This position allows the dominant to approach them from behind and use a penis or dildo to penetrate them. 

Now that you've finished reading our guide to bondage for beginners, the most essential thing to remember is to have fun.

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