How To Use Bondage During Sex

Posted: 10/05/2010 |Comments: 0 | Views: 2,782 |

You would not be alone in thinking that bondage is a relatively new phenomenon. In fact it has been around for centuries and for centuries people have been enjoying a satisfying sex-life with a little help from bondage tools. Over the centuries bondage has been depicted in novels and films, yet still it is thought of as a taboo subject and only suitable for people with fetishes or strange fantasies. This is not the case at all. Anyone can enjoy bondage in varying degrees. You do not have to don an entire leather dominatrix outfit and invest in a range of whips and cuffs to enjoy bondage in the bedroom, although you can if you want!

 The best way to view bondage is as a form of play where partner is the dominant "master" and the other plays the role of the submissive "slave." This can be as simple as one person being in charge of tying or blindfolding the other. As much fun as bondage in the bedroom can be, there are a few simple steps to follow to help you use it successfully and safely. 

 Firstly, bondage is no fun on your own. You need to make sure that your partner is willing to go ahead with it. It is essential to discuss the idea before going with and not to spring the idea on your other half. It may be the first time that either of you have any tried anything remotely like bondage before, you will need to agree to it 100% before going ahead. If you were to spring the idea of using rope or handcuffs on someone you could not only scare them but the situation could become confused in the eyes of the law. You could actually get arrested for an array of charges including use of force or holding someone against their will, so be sensible.

 After having discussed the idea of bondage with your partner, the next thing to do is to gather your bondage tools. Do not make the mistake of presuming that you can use anything to tie each other up, you should invest in safe pieces that have been specifically designed for use during sex.  These pieces will ensure that you do not injure your partner in anyway and that you will get the most pleasure possible from your experience. Do not use ties or tights or anything that may become too tight and cut off a person's circulation- this is extremely dangerous. Also do not use anything sharp that may injure a person. Play safe and invest in some high quality pieces from a reputable bondage company such as Bound 2 Impress.

 The most important thing to remember when indulging in bondage is to have fun and stay safe. Bondage can seriously inject some passion into your sex life but it can also be potentially dangerous. If you get the balance between pleasure and danger right, the excitement can be extremely thrilling. Start small maybe just with a blindfold and if you are partner enjoy the sensation of one person being in charge then move on a level and experiment with tying your partner's hands with a silk scar or a pair of handcuffs. You may want to stop here but if not then you can experiment with bondage collars, spankers, bondage restraints and much more.

 Bondage is meant to be fun, after all it is a form of play but if it becomes evident that your partner or you are not enjoying the experience then it must be stopped immediately. Choose a code word before starting so that you both know when to stop.

 If you are interested in experimenting with bondage then why not go to the Bound 2 Impress website and look through the extensive range of items that they have to offer. The purchasing process is completely discreet so there is no need to feel embarrassed. Try <a rel="nofollow" onclick="javascript:_gaq.push(['_trackPageview', '/outgoing/article_exit_link/2336888']);" href="http://www.bound2impress.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=41"> Bound 2 Impress </a> for the ultimate in bondage for the beginner right through to the more experienced!

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