Obviously, bondage is a practice BDSM (Bondage/Discipline, Dominance/Submission, Sadism/Masochism), together with sadomasochism, fetishism and other kinds of obedience, dominance and sexual punishment. Although at first seems violent, these activities usually are not kinds of sexual abuse, simply because they occur simply with CONSENT with the sex partners. Others get excited if they cannot move or since they such as the pain brought on by bindings, coils, etc....
There's soft bondage: handcuffs purchased from a sex-shop, his hands tied to their bed while having sex, or even the reality which you tie your lover along with his hands over his head using the t-shirt you simply took off belongs to the Bondage category. If it is used as a foreplay technique "tying up" assumes the utmost trust involving the partners. One of them is entirely or partially immobilized, and the other is producing pleasure using - adult toys, oral sex or masturbation.
Or, obviously, you can do both...
There are 2 roles that the bondage partners share: the dominant bondage - the one who has power over the tie, as well as the role of the dominated - an individual who is related and lacking freedom to move.
In establishing such roles, the sex of the partner matters not, but start by making them pleasure; both the man and the woman, you can locate both in situations. Because they involve a serving of risk (pain due to bindings, bruises, choking, unusual positions) self bondage gear will not be practiced without precaution measures. So-called "security" language is some codes, agreed, whereby the partners communicate during intercourse "linked." The dominated person must communicate clearly what he feels: contrary hurts, if he wants more alert action or be let loose, or if the emotional or physical limits are exceeded. The security words must be besides those who usually utter during sexual intercourse, for your dominant to learn just what he must do.
As an example, "green" may imply that everything is ok, and "red" - everything must stop. Also being a way of precaution:
- Bondage should never be blended with drugs or alcohol.
- You should not stay tied inside the same position multiple hour (the bonds may reduce blood circulation).
- Do not choose positions that can affect your breathing.
- The bonds have to be tied to allow them to be untied.
So long as it's desirable for both bondage partners and is practiced in the right range, bondage can be extremely exciting, because mutual confidence grows in couples and reaches a degree of intimacy deeper than a regular bet on sex.