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It falls under the umbrella of power play, where one partner takes on a more dominant role during sex while the other assumes a submissive role. Although this assumes a hierarchy of power, it is better to characterize bondage sex as an open dialogue to negotiate behaviors and achieve mutual enjoyment from physical and psychological stimulation.




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Bondage sex is a form of consensual and recreational sex play that involves tying, restraining, or binding a person with rope, handcuffs, or other items that can restrict movement. Beyond the restraint, bondage sex also involves a consensual power dynamic between a dominant and submissive partner. However, it is also possible for a person to practice self-bondage during masturbation.


Evidence suggests that 58.9% of males and 54.4% of female BDSM practitioners list bondage sex as one of their favorite BDSM activities. Additionally, a 2015 study investigating females in the kink community adds that bondage is a preferable activity, with more than 85% of individuals indicating they participate in bondage for sensual or erotic pleasure.


Additionally, the study adds that playing with interpersonal power through the exchange of power via physical restraint is one of the most common reasons people engage in bondage practices. Others note that they may compare bondage to an eroticized way of practicing mindfulness, similar to meditation or other general leisure activities, as it allows them to relax and practice a form of focused attention.


Bondage sex can encourage couples to explore their desires and fantasies. Bondage sex hinges on trust and security. This sense of vulnerability that comes with giving up control may help develop trust and closeness among partners. Practicing bondage may also improve communication skills, including negotiation and assertiveness.


A 2019 review states that BDSM can offer a safe space for people healing from trauma, PTSD, and abuse. Moreover, therapists may use practices such as bondage as a tool to help couples working on power dynamics. This may help couples experience relinquishing and assuming control in the bedroom before they do in other parts of their relationship.


People practicing bondage sex may be at risk of physical injuries. In a 2016 study, more than 70% of participants report at least one accident from performing a BDSM practice, with hematoma being the most common injury. The study adds that injuries are more common in those who use drugs while performing BDSM sex.


Sexual partners need to explicitly give their consent, clearly define their boundaries, and negotiate and discuss what they are willing to do and what are out-of-bounds. All parties must also agree on a safeword, which refers to a word or signal that can instantly stop the sex act. People should also consider staying sober while performing bondage sex to ensure the safety of those involved.


The portrayal of BDSM in media is often inaccurate and sometimes too extreme. A person planning to do bondage sex at home should consider attending a class, reading books, or checking out informational videos online beforehand.


Trust, security, and mutual consent are the pillars of bondage play. However, things can quickly escalate, and it may be difficult to recognize if the other person is teasing or honestly requesting to stop the play. A safeword is any phrase or action that immediately signals that sex play needs to stop. It can help ensure that the sexual activity remains safe, pleasurable, and consensual.


A person must know how to get their partner out of restraint before using them. Individuals can keep a pair of safety shears or handcuff keys within their reach, especially when trying more difficult bondage positions.


The sensory deprivation that comes with using bondages can be unsettling for beginners. Couples can begin by restraining one area, such as the wrists, then slowly easing into more advanced restraints based on their confidence and comfort.


BDSM An umbrella term used to describe a sexual practice that involves the use of physical control, psychological power, or pain. It typically includes the components of bondage and discipline, domination and submission, or sadism or masochism.


Bondage and Discipline A type of BDSM practice that incorporates bondage (tying, binding, or restraining someone) and discipline (punishing a submissive partner when they break a rule).


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Rope bondage, also referred to as rope play, kinbaku, shibari or fesselspiele, is bondage involving the use of rope to restrict movement, wrap, suspend, or restrain a person, as part of BDSM activities.[1] Japanese bondage is the most publicly visible style of rope bondage. An alternative style, "Western bondage" is about achieving restraint; the Japanese style is more concerned with the artistry of the process.[2] String bondage is the wrapping of rows of string around a body area for arousal. String bondage is also known as constrictions.[3][4]


Rope bondage derives from the erotic Japanese bondage art form of shibari, which was in turn developed from the now-defunct Japanese military restraint technique of hojōjutsu.[5][6] The rope dress is not of itself a form of restraint, but is used either by itself as an adornment, or incorporated into restraining bondage.[7]


Bondage ropes used come in a variety of materials and length. Japanese bondage traditionally uses natural fibers such as hemp and jute which are cut into approximately 25 foot (7.6 m) lengths. Western-style bondage typically uses longer ropes that span a wider variety of materials.


A chair tie is a form of furniture bondage, a bondage technique which has multiple forms. It typically places the subject in a chair with wrists bound to the arm rests of the chair or bound behind the subject's back and behind the back rest. The subject's ankles are generally tied to the legs of the chair, and additional ropes are sometimes used to keep the subject fully secure. A chair tie is occasionally combined with suspension bondage.[citation needed]


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