Bondage Restraints to Get You and Your Partner Hot and Bothered

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Bondage Restraints to Get You and Your Partner Hot and Bothered

14 November 2017
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Experimenting with bondage is a great way to spice up your sex life. However, if you are an amateur in this form of foreplay, you may find yourself in a pickle trying to make a decision on which types of bondage restraints to use. Keeping in mind that pain and pleasure vastly vary from one person to the next, you should not be surprised to realise there is a vast array of restraints that you could select. Your choice will ultimately depend on how demure or how hard-core you would like to be. Here is a concise list of the various bondage restraints that can get you and your partner all tied up!

Sashes

One of the basic restraints that you could start with when engaging in bondage for the first time is sashes. These restraints have a plush or satin feel to them, so they are less likely to injure either you or your partner. Moreover, the soft material of the sashes makes it easy for you or your partner to wriggle out of the restraints, making them suitable for partners who are not entirely sure about how they feel about being tied up. Some of the types you could consider include soft bondage tape or some silk ties that will help you safely dabble with bondage fun.

Soft restraints

If sashes are too PG for your bondage fantasy, but you are not yet ready to dive into the deep end, you could consider soft restraints. Some of the more common soft restraints you can find include fur handcuffs and flexible ties. Soft restraints differ from sashes in that they are strong enough to keep your partner restrained without the risk of bruising their skin. Thus, you can keep your partner forcibly immobile but without the anxiety of being in danger.

Silicone rope

Rope has been used for time immemorial in bondage. Nonetheless, if you are just starting to experiment with this type of pleasure, it may not be advisable to reach out for the regular rope from your local hardware store. Silicone rope is designed to be stronger than soft restraints, making it suitable for lovers looking for some edge. What makes this material distinctive from conventional rope is that the silicon is exceptionally flexible and soft to the touch, so it will not pose the risk of rope burns, skin inflammation or cuts from the rope fibres.