Introducing my boyfriend to bondage

skittles1605 skittles1605
I AM WANTING TO INTRODUCE MY BOYFRIEND INTO BONDAGE. WHEN I TALK ABOUT IT HE SAYS THAT HE IS WILLING TO TRY BUT THEN NEVER DOES. I LIKE SWITCH ROLL SO WE TAKE TURNS ON DOM AND SUB. HOW CAN I BRING BONDAGE INTO THE BEDROOM WITHOUT FREAKING HIM OUT?
12/07/2012
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MissMori MissMori
Talking about it is a great start! Maybe you could move the talks from "are you willing to try this?" to "I want to try these specific things, can we make a date to pick one and try it out this weekend?"

Then, you can start small and discuss how you both felt about it afterwards.

Since a lot of bondage can look scary and too hardcore, depending on what he's been exposed to, you could start with something like just having the bondee's hands tied together with a silky scarf.

Figuring out which role he's more interested in trying and doing that first could also help introduce him to it.

Good luck, and have fun!
12/07/2012
skittles1605 skittles1605
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Originally posted by MissMori
Talking about it is a great start! Maybe you could move the talks from "are you willing to try this?" to "I want to try these specific things, can we make a date to pick one and try it out this weekend?"

Then, you can ... More
Thank you! the talk went great we even looked around on here to see different things he might want to try and the things he doesn't think he could handle.
12/08/2012
higs higs
Its like what I did with my girlfriend, I frequently alluded to it, for a brief time, just to gauge her reaction, and when I felt the time was right, I simply asked if she'd like to try it! I'd like to think that simple method will always work, at least when it comes to someone who previously absolutely no opinion on the subject
12/08/2012
linnlinn linnlinn
From what I've learned so far, communication is the key, and the hardest part too sometimes. So if you can get that out of the way, it's all cake from there.
12/12/2012
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