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Bondage Around the House

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So you want to try bondage? You don't want to go out and buy fancy handcuffs or rope from a hardware store? That's ok, there are everyday household items you can use for your little fantasy!

  How Do I Play Safe?

With any kind of bondage you should always have some kind of safety scissors readily available. If your partner is restrained and there's an emergency you can't always count on being able to untie your knots, so that's why you keep scissors handy. These will be especially needed if playing with zip ties, since you can't just pull them off.

Circulation is a big deal with bondage. You need to make sure your partner always has blood flow to all of their body parts. You should be able to fit your fingers comfortably between any of their binding. This is a good way to make sure they're doing alright. You should also make sure nothing is turning red or bluish-purple. If that happens, you need to untie them.

It's good to have some kind of safe word or gesture for them to let you know they need to be untied. It's always good to check up on your partner as well. Just a quick "You ok?" they can nod or say yes. You can also have some kind of method where you squeeze their hand and if they squeeze back, they're doing fine, or something like that.

You should also never leave anyone restrained by them. If you need to use the bathroom, untie them. Let them take a break as well.

If you proceed with caution, bondage can be very fun. Just follow these tips, do a bit of research, and have a good time!

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Mollena Williams  

WHOAH

Wait wait. Don't run out and zip-tie your sweetie to the bed just yet.

Zip ties tighten, incrementally, one way. This jeans, as they get tighter you CANNOT UNDO THEM unless you CUT THEM OFF.

They're a high-risk item for bondage and I absolutely caution people against using them. The edges are often sharp, and once they are tight, even the few moments it can take to get a safety scissor in the mix can be enough to cause damage. And, if the bottom flails around, even getting the edge of a safety scissor between flesh and tie can be tricky. They'll also leave rather livid marks very easily.

Mollena Williams

08/28/2012

Thank you very much for adding your words of caution.

09/16/2012

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