Bondage Sex

Bondage Sex is widely known as a BDSM practice. The letter B in that acronym actually stands for bondage. You need to know that it is way more complicated and different from what you have probably assumed. After Fifty Shades of Grey, this practice gained popularity, but at the same time, a lot of misconceptions appeared. Here, we tell you what you need to know about Bondage Sex.

What is Bondage Sex?

Bondage Sex is the practice of consensually tying, binding or restraining a partner for erotic, aesthetic or sexual stimulation. While engaging in it, a partner is physically restrained in a variety of ways that include the use of rope, cuffs, bondage tape or self-adhering bandage.

How does Bondage Sex works?

Bondage sex itself does not necessarily imply sadomasochism, although some people like to include it in their practice. It all depends on what you are looking for and what you are into. This type of sex can simply be a practice where you enjoy tying your partner or being tied in order to have an erotic or sensual experience. It can also be used as part of sexual intercourse, in conjunction with other BDSM activities. In Bondage Sex, sexuality and eroticism are the most important aspects of the practice, although they might not be the end in itself. These factors play a key role along with aesthetics: apart from the pleasure gained by tying or being tied, an exquisite image is created.

In Bondage Sex, the most common reason for tying up a partner and being tied is to feel pleasure. This results in a beautiful scene and the temporary transfer of control and power between partners, making sex much more satisfying. What are you waiting for? It’s time to get some rope.

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