Dislocations

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How do you avoid them when restrained?
04/15/2011
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Redboxbaby Redboxbaby
We use restraints often. They are supposed to be taut, but at no point would there ever be fear of dislocating anything, at least not the way we play. I have been restrained with my hands tied together and high above my head. Again, at no point did I feel like I would dislocate a shoulder. If I did feel that way, the safe word would certainly come into play, but my husband doesn't want me drawn and quartered. That's not his thing.

I would think if you dislocate something, due to over restraint, you may be doing it wrong. I don't know though.
04/15/2011
soyandapplecrisp soyandapplecrisp
Dislocations have never been a problem and we get really rough too. I can't imagine how you'd dislocate anything unless there was applied pressure on one area of the body while it was moving in the opposite direction that it shouldn't have been, which shouldn't happen with restraints if you're at the very least stationary.
06/16/2011
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