Tied in Silence

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I have a terrible sight, no kidding. Just so you get an idea, I began wearing glasses when I was in 4th grade, and they’ve become thicker every time. I don’t complain. It’s something I can live with. Besides, as a compensation, my other senses have increased their sensibility, especially my hearing. A doctor told me that this is very frequent when one of our senses is weak. After all, we still need to live in the world. That’s why I enjoy so much being tied in silence.

I am a kinky person. Perhaps my poor eyesight put me on the fringes of social life from an early age. However, I don’t like anything noisy. That’s why I never use handcuffs. I don’t like spanking, either; it sounds like a thunderstorm in my ears. Ropes, on the other hand, make this delicious hissing sound, which I find extremely sexy. I can distinguish the material a rope is made of just by hearing it slide through my body.

That’s why I like doing my scenes in silence. I have a special room in my house in which all the walls have sound protection. At the center, there’s a special, noiseless chair; I can’t stand the eerie sound of a screeching, swiveling chair.

My boyfriend knows that he mustn’t say a word from the moment we start the scene to the moment when we begin aftercare, once he has untied me. The only sound I allow is the passing of the rope through my skin. I just love it!

You should try, too. Shibari is not just about touch; you can involve all the senses in a scene. That way, you will heighten all the emotions. You have no idea just how intense it can get once you understand how to go beyond rope and include the other senses.

This is my Shibari story.

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