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Bondage Guide for Beginners

Bondage Guide for Beginners

If you’re interested in trying something new and a little risqué, then bondage is the way to go! When people think of bondage their mind usually goes to the extreme – a dark room with people dressed in leather and latex hanging off the walls while someone whips them. But the typical bondage experience is nothing like that. Most bondage beginners start out by cuffing someone’s hands together or tying them to the bed. There’s nothing really threatening or scary about that, is there? If you’re curious about trying bondage, these sex tips for beginners can help you get started.

 

Establishing Bondage Boundaries
Before you actually tie your partner up, it’s important for you both to have a conversation about bondage. You need to lay some limits about what is and is not okay to do. And it’s vital that you come up with a safe word, a specific word or phrase that your partner can use when they’ve had enough and want to stop.

Bondage is primarily about trust. So it’s important that you and your partner stick to the plan – especially if you ever want to try bondage again in the future.

 

Shopping for Bondage Toys
Bondage beginners generally start out with some type of simple restraint. You can use virtually anything to restrain your partner, including silk ties, Velcro restraints, handcuffs, ropes, weights, and even verbal orders. With its recent surge in popularity, there are many beginner-friendly bondage restraints that come with comfortable padded lining and Velcro cuffs for easy removal.

Most couples generally begin by tying their hands together or to a bed post with silk ties or rope. If you don’t like being tied up, you can try other restraints such as hand cuffs or even specialized bondage tape. Some bondage enthusiasts even suggest starting out with paper streamers for peace of mind. The streamers give you the illusion of being restrained, but allow your partner to break out easily if they become uncomfortable.

 

Playing Bondage Games
Once your partner’s restrained, they’re at your mercy. This makes it extremely important that you follow the safety guidelines for bondage and BDSM and your earlier conversations about what is and is not okay to do.

It’s generally best to start things with something basic. Try teasing their nipples with a feather duster or a melting ice cube. You might even doodle all over their body with edible paint and then lick it off. From there, you can move on to a playful spanking with a paddle or a riding crop. Try blindfolding your partner too, the suspense of what you’re going to do next is incredibly erotic and a huge turn on.

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