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Restraints

Restraints

What are Restraints?

To put it simply, BDSM restraints are the equipment you use to tie up and subdue the sub. This helps the Dom establish control and authority as they make sure that the sub is rendered immobile. Of course when you can’t move, you’re under the mercy of the Dom and this heightens your thrill and sensations during the experience.

If you’re a newbie in bondage, this is where people start experimenting into kinky play. But whether you’re a beginner or veteran in BDSM, these are still essential bondage items. Even if you’re one of those who prefer vanilla sex, you may have tried restraints at least once, you know.

How to Choose Restraints?

There’s a wide selection of toys when it comes to restraints. Straps, cuffs, and gags are the most popular ones but, of course, there are tons of choices and variety of options out there when it comes to restraints. You can try simple restraints, including wrist and ankle restraints. There are also those that you use for the whole body like body harness restraints and arm binders. You should also consider the material. There are steel, leather, cloth and satin restraints. Depending on what you want and how your play will go, make sure that you choose restraints that won’t hurt you in any way.

How to Use Restraints?

There are so many types of restraints so how you use it will also depend on what you have. Handcuffs are tied or worn around the wrist to give up control of the hands. Armbinders and other full body restraints have more extended reach and thus, give more expanded control over the sub. Either way, these restraints give the sub a feeling of helplessness that the dom uses to heighten the experience. For safety purposes, the dom must never abuse the control they have over the sub. Moreover, prolonged usage of some types of restraints can cause damage to the sub’s skin. So, the dom should be responsible in making sure that the sub is alright all throughout the play.
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