What is a good beginner method for tying sum1 to the bed?

Contributor: callsignhusker callsignhusker
We want it to hold for moderate play but not cut circulation.
04/02/2011
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Contributor: Lucidity Lucidity
The under the bed restraint system is a good place to start. You don't really risk cutting off circulation as long as you listen to your partner.
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Contributor: Lithaewyn Lithaewyn
You really shouldn't have an issue of cut-off circulation with any cuffs of moderate quality. Like Lucidity said, the Under the Bed Restraint System is great for getting into proper restraints because it has everything you need. Also, you can always upgrade to high quality cuffs later because the tethers will work with any cuffs that have a d-ring.
04/02/2011
Contributor: VanillaCupcake VanillaCupcake
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Originally posted by callsignhusker
We want it to hold for moderate play but not cut circulation.
The silk ropes (if tied right) holds very securely and doesnt cut off circulation, you could probably look up different ways to tie it as well
04/07/2011