Tips for Newbies Experimenting With Bondage Restraints

Posted on: 6 December 2017

If you and your partner are looking to inject some spice into your sex life, bondage would be an exciting place to start. Nonetheless, if you have never explored this activity before, it would be advisable for you and your partner to be mentally prepared. Bondage can be extremely fun, but if not carried out in the right way, it can prove to be both uncomfortable and injurious too. Therefore, newbies should take particular care to make sure that neither partner feels overwhelmed by the physical restraints. Other than talking about this with your partner beforehand, the following are some handy tips for newbies that are looking to experiment with bondage restraints.

Tip 1: Do not start at the deep-end

A mistake some coupes make when engaging in bondage for the first time is assuming they can go all the way hard-core as per what they have seen online. In reality, you need to start small so that you are both comfortable with the physical restraints. To start off, ensure that you are not going overboard when contorting your partner's body. Keep in mind that the partner that is being restrained will be the most vulnerable, and you need to give them some assurance the entire time.

So instead of immediately jumping feet first into a hogtie position, you should start off by minor restraining of the wrist or ankles. Secondly, do not think that you need to use all your bondage restraints in one go. If this is your first time with your partner, get your feet wet by sticking to regular restraints such as handcuffs rather than using a ball gag, whips and more simultaneously!

Tip 2: Take note of the material of the restraints

Another thing that you should take note of when trying out bondage restraints for the first time would be the type of material that they are made of. A rope may seem like a thrilling option due to its coarse texture, but you also have to consider the chafing and bruising that could occur, especially if you are not adept at restraining your partner.

It is recommended for newbies to start their bondage journey with softer fabrics such as silk or cotton. These materials afford you the thrill of bondage, without being too uncomfortable. You could even consider nylon rope, which offers flexibility and would be easy to remove if your partner no longer wants to be tied up. 

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