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FAQs About Bondage

What is BDSM?

BDSM is an acronym of various sexual practices and can be broken into three subcategories:

BD – Bondage and Discipline

DS – Dominance and Submission

SM- Sadism and Masochism

Difference between Bondage & BDSM

Bondage is a core part of BDSM rather than being two separate concepts. It may be used in conjunction with other sexual activities. Besides bondage, BDSM includes many other flavors of activities, such as Dominance and Submission, and role-play. Also, you can explore flagellation, spanking, medical submission and so on. Our Guide – 5 Common BDSM Activities will tell you in detail.

Furthermore, bondage is fairly pure and based around sex. It doesn’t necessarily imply sadomasochism. There are a couple of different types of bondage, like bondage for a purpose, decorative bondage. Some people find the act of being bound enjoyable in and of itself while others find the aesthetics alone of bondage pleasurable. However, BDSM is much more complex and a little bit hardcore. It’s more about control and discipline. People revel in BDSM for mental satisfaction. Dom expects to be pleased and demand obedience while Sub has the desire to please the Dom and always put the needs of their partners above everything else. In some cases it may not involve sex at all, for example, a Dom wants more control from the Sub so a chastity belt is used.

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What is bondage?

The Bondage refers to the act of restraint, restraint can be anything from simply restricting somebody’s movement, for example tying somebody to a bed or handcuffing their wrists together. But it also includes other sorts of restrictions, like wearing a ball gag or an eye mask during the play. There are also some advanced forms of restraint, such as bondage cages or ceiling hooks. Usually, there is a sexual aspect of bondage.

What is sensory play?

Sensory play is one kind of BDSM play which makes use of your partner’s senses to heighten arousal. When it comes to Bondage, it’s often done to the restrained player.

Is bondage safe?

Yes! But as with any other BDSM kinks, there are safety considerations before you dive in.

  • Discuss boundaries and decide on a safe word/action beforehand.
  • All discomfortin playtime should be the kind you want.
  • Check for loss of circulation
  • Stop immediately if the bottom experiences pain or signs of circulatory problems.
  • Neverleave a restrained bottom unattended.

Read more about bondage safety, and 3 Positions of Arm and Leg Restraints.

What is a safe word?

It’s a pre-agreed word which one partner can say if the BDSM play goes in too far. For instance, “Yellow” is commonly used to represent “I’m reaching my limit”, “Red” means “Stop at once” while “Green” stands for “Everything is perfect and keep going”. You can choose any word you like as safe words provided it’s short easy to remember. Negotiate with your partner in advance in case of confusion and misunderstanding.

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