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Gay Bondage Guide

Bondage (or BDSM if you want to give it it’s full, proper Sunday name) can be as soft or as hard as you like. You don’t have to be strung up by your nipples to the ceiling to be enjoying the exciting new thrills and sensations that Bondage play can bring to the bedroom.

Buy why do it?

Well, why not? Bondage can be soft and romantic, as well as down right kinky. It can help offer new physical and emotional experiences as well as generally turn a regular sex session into something more explosive. But sometimes, it’s just fun to try something a little bit different – and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that.

There are many different types of equipment and toys that you can use!

Blindfolds

The most basic bit of kit that should be in every ‘bondage’ box should be a blindfold. Restricting your own (or your lovers) eyesight is a simple and non-threatening way of creating new and stimulating experiences with very minimal effort. Whether you are teasing your love with your tongue or lips, or something more interesting – not being able to see heightens every other sensation.

The other fantastic thing about blindfolds, is that it can help lower inhibitions from both sides of the fence. They typically come in 2 styles – there’s the ‘elasticated’ blindfolds or the ‘tie’ style.

Tickler

It can help stimulate those nerve-endings, leading to heightened sensations. Just a light, delicate touch helps draw the blood to the surface to increase sensitivity and pleasure.

The best way to use a tickler, is to hold it very lightly between your fingers, and slowly and very carefully drag the tickler across your partners naked body, paying particular attention to those areas that have multiple nerve endings (bottom of hands, feet, nipples,

Cuffs

Using restraints in the bedroom is not something one would normally consider lightly. Tying someone up (or having them tie you up) requires a good deal of trust – and is certainly something you would discuss first. But once you’ve agreed and gotten into it, being cuffed is wonderful fun. These days, cuffs come in a variety of materials. When using cuffs, you’ll definitely want to experiment with finding the most comfortable position for you.

Spanker

Using a spanker is once again something that you really need to think about before you just go ahead and start thrashing away, because you can cause some serious damage! 

Just remember, when you are using a spanker, you should take care:

  • NEVER hit someone anywhere other than thighs/buttocks. If you hit them anywhere else, you risk a serious injury
  • Agree a safe word – if the spanking gets too much, then use the safe word and cease. This is where trust is a huge part of enjoying a safe and satisfying BDSM experience.
  • Unless the spankee has expressed otherwise, try not to focus all the attention on one area.
  • Always use an after-spanking lotion (or something with Aloe Vera in it) to help soothe and calm red skin.

Flogger

A basic flogger will be small ‘whip’ which has multiple strands (called Falls) attached to a handle. They are made from all sorts of different materials – Suede, Leather, PVC, Nylon, Rubber, Chain. Picking the right material for a beginner is incredibly important – as different materials will feel different on impact.

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