Obviously, bondage is really a practice BDSM (Bondage/Discipline, Dominance/Submission, Sadism/Masochism), together with sadomasochism, fetishism as well as other kinds of obedience, dominance and sexual punishment. Although at first glance seems violent, these activities aren't forms of sexual abuse, given that they occur only with CONSENT of the sex partners. Others get excited when they cannot move or since they just like the pain due to bindings, coils, etc....
There's soft bondage: handcuffs purchased in a sex-shop, his hands linked with their bed during sex, or the simple fact which you tie your partner together with his hands over his head with the t-shirt you just shot to popularity belongs to the Bondage category. If it's used as a foreplay technique "tying up" assumes the most trust involving the partners. One is entirely or partially immobilized, and yet another is producing pleasure using - adult toys, oral sex or masturbation.
Or, of course, that can be done both...
There are two roles the bondage partners share: the dominant bondage - the one that has charge of the tie, as well as the role of the dominated - an individual who is related and lacking freedom of motion.
In establishing such roles, the sex of the partner makes no difference, but by making them pleasure; both the man and also the woman, you are able to locate in the situations. Simply because they involve a dosage of risk (pain brought on by bindings, bruises, choking, unusual positions) heavy bondage gear should never be practiced without precaution measures. So-called "security" test is some codes, agreed, whereby the partners communicate while having sex "linked." The dominated person must communicate clearly what he feels: contrary hurts, if he wants more alert action or be let loose, or maybe the physical or emotional limits are exceeded. The protection words must be besides the ones that usually utter during intercourse, for that dominant to learn exactly what he must do.
For example, "green" may mean that everything is ok, and "red" - everything needs to stop. Also like a way of precaution:
- Bondage should never be blended with drugs or alcohol.
- You should not stay tied within the same position multiple hour (the bonds may reduce blood flow).
- Do not choose positions that will affect your breathing.
- The bonds have to be tied for them to be untied.
Provided that it really is desirable for bondage partners and is also practiced inside the right range, bondage can be quite exciting, because mutual confidence grows in couples and reaches a level of intimacy deeper when compared to a regular sport of sex.