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Bondage for Beginners

bondage for beginners

How To Introduce Kink To Your Love Life

Inspired by Fifty Shades of Grey, more and more people are dipping their toes into bondage and all it has to offer.

For a lot of people, bondage is something that they are keen to explore but are unsure of how to go about it. Well, there’s no exam to pass – all you need is to be open minded, aware of how far you and your partner are willing to go and have the patience to find out what works for you. If you’re a beginner, you may find that your first experiences with bondage result in quite a lot of self-discovery – and that’s normal. With the right attitude and toys, bondage can be a really fun way to liven up your sex life.

 

What’s bondage all about?

If you don’t know much about bondage, then it’s time to swot up. In a broad sense, bondage restricts the movements or senses of one partner. Some of the most popular bondage activities include tying a partner up using cuffs or restraints; or using a blindfold or eye mask to prevent them from being able to see their other partner. Surrendering control in the bedroom and letting your partner take over can be really pleasurable and even a little liberating! Additionally, when one sense, such as sight, is restricted, it can heighten sensations elsewhere.

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Safety always comes first

While all of this sounds fun (and believe us, it is!) it requires a lot of trust between you and your partner. Bondage isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, and you both need to be completely comfortable with it before introducing it into your sex life. Whether one partner is always submissive or you take it in turns is something that needs to be talked about too – never assume what role someone will want to play. When you do bring it into the bedroom, bondage play can get pretty intense, especially if you’re experimenting with role play too. A good way of ensuring that nothing ever goes too far is to come up with a safe word that either of you can use if you want things to stop. A word that can be instantly recognised by you both or a colour code system (green for go, red for stop) ensures that you can go into a session feeling safe.

 

Treat yourself to some toys

A big part of bondage is the use of toys. If you’re just starting out, don’t be tempted to buy the biggest thing you can find! Starting with something small and working your way up to more advanced toys is a much better way of finding out about your preferences and limits. You will find all the toys you can dream of on Forbidden Obsession and items will be delivered discreetly to your home.

Soft, furry handcuffs are great for those who are new to restraint play as they’re gentle on the wrists. Silk ties are great for this too. If you’re looking to toy with the senses, then a blindfold is something that is effective but easily removed if it all gets a bit much. Remember, bondage is meant to be a pleasurable experience – not an endurance test!

 

Spice up your bedroom

So there you have it, your very own bondage boot camp. As long as you are both fully aware and consenting, exploring bondage together is a great way of building trust and intimacy – and it makes for some incredible sex too! Of course there will be some things that you don’t like; but we can guarantee that there will be plenty that you will. What are you waiting for then? It’s time to get kinky!